Jag vet inte hur drivande Bror Spetz var v. Samma vision eller missbruk av densamma? Tack att du tar upp detta! Antag till sist att det finns Jag funderar lite kring kulturer med starka auktoritetstro. Jag skall bo hos dem och vandra med dem, och jag skall vara deras Gud, och de skall vara mitt folk.
Tack och lov har Jesus segrat! Annars hade de ju inte fortsatt! Idag inser jag ju att det var den Helige Ande som varnade mig. G 12 visionen eller ej. Jag tror inte
Sanne pa benen igen det bara var tomt snack det som Jesus sa i Matt Och sen hota med att Gud ska dra sig tillbaka sitt beskydd i annat fall. Helst att sammanfatta det hela i en logisk formel, eller en manual. Tack Elisabeth, Johan och alla ni andra!
Hur kunde "Sanne pa benen igen" vara fel??? Jag tog allt och slog bort funderingarna. Han har tagit till sig det ord som Gud gav honom: Hur harmoniserar detta med Guds ord? Det kommer man inte runt. Sedan SKA som in i ens cell.
Jag ska inte utesluta det. Hur kommer det sig??? Eller ska detta med tiden rinna ut i sanden? Han sade till honom: Question all things freely to determine if they are true and of God. G12 will tell us that God puts authority in our lives for a reason and that we need to submit or we are in opposition to God.
When did God put them in authority? Did I miss the coronationor did they assume the position on their own right, claiming divine appointment? We need to be careful who we follow, or they may just lead us blindly into a ditch, all the while smiling and professing love for all. The leader in an abusive church is dogmatic, self- confident, arrogant, and the spiritual focal point in the lives of his followers.
The leader assumes he is more spiritually in tune with God than anyone else…. To members of this type of church or Sanne pa benen igen, questioning the leader is the equivalent of questioning God. Although the leader may not come out and state this fact, this attitude is clearly seen by the treatment of those who dare to question or challenge the leader….
In the hierarchy of such a church, the leader is, or tends to be, accountable to no one. Even if there is an elder board, it is usually made up of men who are loyal to, and will never disagree with, the leader. This style of leadership is not one endorsed in the Bible. Control-oriented leadership is at the core of all such churches. These spiritual power holders become strong role models, and their dogmatic teaching, bold confidence, and arrogant assertiveness become powerful forces of influence.
They use their spiritual authority to intimidate the weak. Abusive churches see themselves as special. It alone has the Truth, and to question its teachings and practices is to invite rebuke. Spiritually abusive groups routinely use guilt, fear, and intimidation as effective means for controlling their members.
In my opinion, the leaders consciously foster an unhealthy form of dependency, spiritually and interpersonally, by focusing on themes of submission, loyalty, and obedience to those in authority. According to the Probe Ministries article: Manipulation is the use of external forces to get others to do what someone else wants them to do.
Here manipulation is used to get people to submit to the leadership of the church. The tactics of manipulation include the use of guilt, peer pressure, intimidation, and threats of divine judgment from God for disobedience. Often harsh discipline is carried out publicly to promote ridicule and humiliation. As practiced in many abusive churches this philosophy requires every member to be personally accountable to another more experienced person.
To this person, one must reveal all personal thoughts, feelings, and discuss future decisions. This personal information is not used to help the member but to control the member.
To explain Sanne pa benen igen identifying mark, Zukeran writes: Criticism and exposure by the media are seen as proof that they are the true church being persecuted by Satan. However, the persecution received by abusive churches is different from the persecution received by Jesus and the Apostles.
Jesus and the Apostles were persecuted for preaching the truth. Abusive churches bring on much of their negative press because of their own actions. Yet, any criticism received, no matter what the source—whether Christian or secular—is always viewed as an attack from Satan, even if the criticisms are based on the Bible.
This rigidity is a natural result of the leadership style. Abusive churches require unwavering devotion to the church from their followers. Allegiance to the church has priority over Sanne pa benen igen to God, family, or anything else. There are also guidelines for dress, dating, finances, and so on. Such details are Sanne pa benen igen to be of major importance in these churches.
In churches like these, people begin to lose their personal identity and start acting like programmed robots.
Many times, the pressure and demands of the church will cause a member to have a nervous breakdown or fall into severe depression. Life-style rigidity in abusive churches often manifests itself in a curiously reactive mode with regard to sexuality.
Proscriptive measures reveal a sometimes bizarre preoccupation with sex that mental-health professionals would no doubt conclude gives evidence of repression.
Abusive churches discourage questions and will not allow any input from members. Unwavering obedience to religious leadership and unquestioning loyalty to the group would be less easily achieved if analysis and feedback were available to members from the outside.
It is not without reason that leaders of Sanne pa benen igen groups react so strongly and so defensively to any media criticism of their organizations. Virtually all authoritarian groups that I have studied impose discipline, in one form or another, on members.
A common theme that I encountered during interviews with ex-members of these groups was that the discipline was often carried out in public — and involved ridicule and humiliation. In my research of abusive churches, I never cease to be amazed at the degree to which private and Sanne pa benen igen concerns are made public and brought to the attention of the congregation.
The ultimate form of discipline in authoritarian churches is excommunication or disfellowshipping, followed by strict avoidance procedures, or shunning.
Abusive churches usually denounce all other Christian churches. They see themselves as spiritually elite. They feel that they alone have the truth and all other churches are corrupt…. There is a sense of pride in abusive churches because members feel they have a special relationship with God and His movement in the world.
In his book Churches That Abuse, Dr. We thought the rest of Christianity was out to lunch…. A church which believes itself to be elite and does not associate with other Christian churches is not motivated by the spirit of God but by divisive pride. Members in many such churches are afraid to leave because of intimidation, pressure, and threats of divine judgment.
Sometimes members who exit are harassed and pursued by church leaders. The majority of the time, former members are publicly ridiculed and humiliated before the church, and members are told not associate in any way with any former members. This practice is called shunning. Many who leave abusive churches because of the intimidation and brainwashing, actually feel they have left God Himself. None of their former associates will fellowship with them, and they feel isolated, abused, and fearful of the world.
We want to conclude with these important words from Dr. Ronald Enroth in Churches That Abuse pp. I want to discuss the range of emotions and issues that ex-members may face when they exit an Sanne pa benen igen situation.
Then I will provide a general overview of the changing experiences, feelings, and needs that emerge over Sanne pa benen igen course of weeks, months, and even years after departure.
Leaving a restricted and abusive community involves what sociologists call the desocialization process whereby the individual loses identification with the past group and moves toward resocialization, or reintegration into the mainstream culture.
There are a number of emotions and needs that emerge during this transition process. How one deals with these feelings and affective experiences has a significant impact on the overall healing that is required. Many have described the aftermath of abusive-church involvement as comparable to that of rape victims, or the delayed stress syndrome experienced by war veterans. It is recovery from what might be called spiritual rape. You feel like something has been lost and you will never be the same again.
Initially, victims may have a total lack of feeling regarding their experience. They may not evidence pain, anger, sadness, or even joy at being free.
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