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Friday, 19 June 2015

Latest PBCC Prayer Agenda

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  1. Could we have focus on prayer, please?

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    1. Hmmm, would that be OneFocusGlobal prayer?

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  2. Is this the total agenda or are local meetings allowed to add their own items. e.g the sick; salvation of children and young people ( if that is considered necessary since they are members from the time they are babes in arms)?
    More concern about buildings than people and here was I thinking people were the church, not the buildings.
    Waken up EBs this is a business not a church.

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  3. Talking of focus, how do you read it? It's much too small and blurred on my screen.

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    1. Craig Hoyle's post of 19 June on the Ex-Exclusive Brethren Facebook page has a better copy which can be enlarged to read more clearly.

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  4. A landmark ruling against the Jehovah's Witnesses today will leave the PBCC with more to worry about than Halal Burgers and Tea for Fireman.

    http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-33201010

    And this against a member who is no longer alive.

    'This is the first civil case for damages for historical sexual abuse in the UK brought against the Jehovah's Witness organisation, and is thought to be the first brought against any non-mainstream religion.

    It illustrates how the law has expanded in recent years so that a person need not be employed by a religious body for it to be vicariously liable - ie responsible - for their actions.

    The court firstly asks whether the relationship is "akin to employment".

    It doesn't have to be an actual employment relationship (for example, priests are not "employed" but the Church can be liable for their actions), but the relationship has to share features which you might see between employer and employee (for example, where a Church exercises control upon what a priest can and cannot do).

    Secondly, the court asks whether the abuse was "connected" to that relationship. For example, if someone uses their position of responsibility as a means to abuse children, then vicarious liability is likely to result

    PBCC, the net is closing.

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    1. Very interesting, because PBCC thinking is that once someone is dead, we have to leave it to God to sort out.

      'The Lord will make the issue' is the biggest lie the PBBC have ever spun. It's the classic excuse for doing nothing when the person accused is higher up the pecking order than you are.

      Lower down? They are down on you like a ton of bricks, spelt with a P.

      BLOODY HYPOCRITES

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  5. Pray for the strength to come up with another agenda for next week. Pray to get more creative with lies and a lessening of conscience when telling them. Pray for the strength to ignore family and friends who have left the cult.

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  6. Sad to see how it is all politics, no honouring of Jesus, just self interest. Then the sad statement in the UK section: "Traitorship and disloyalty should be removed from amongst us". It really does point to them not being a church, but rather a covert political organisation.

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  7. Are the Charity Commission aware that for the PBCC, 'traitorship' = telling people outside the church what is going on.?

    Where is the much trumpeted 'Public Benefit' in that 2015 outlook?

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  8. The acknowledgement that traitorship and disloyalty exists within the UK EB/PBCC demonstrates that not everyone in that organisation considers BDH to be the greatest thing since sliced bread.
    The fact that these agendae are being published on this blog is evidence that at least one person from within the cult wants the current "matters of concern" to be brought to a wider audience.
    Any visitor to any mainstream (or indeed any) church is welcome to take away the weekly diary or news sheet of that church which is likely to include matters for prayer .
    To state that the EB are a mainstream church is clearly nonsense when its own publication (this agenda) gives the clear impression it is a secret society.

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    1. I totally agree with all of your comment. Would just add that there are current HEB members exposing things in multiple localities worldwide. I have heard of three different people in the UK (one known to me personally) and goodness knows how many there are in Aus & NZ. There is a huge amount of discontent within the system. I am posting this information not to dob people in, but to encourage them that they are not alone in their discontent and subversion.

      It is horrific that the dissemination of 'church' information should even be considered subversion or traitorship or disloyalty! This alone should be ringing alarm bells among the HEB, but they have been subservient to their cult leaders for so many decades now they have forgotten what normal behaviour (or even proper 'thinking') is like.

      While wishing every encouragement to HEB prepared to disseminate info from within, I also warn them to be very careful. BDH & co are desperate to stop these leaks, and desperate people will do mind-blowing things to get others to do what they want. Be aware of the possibility of slight differences being inserted in circulars such as prayer agendae, to identify locality... get clever, and insert your own tiny changes before publishing, to throw them off the scent. I know this sounds a bit KGB-like, but BDH & his cronies have a great fondness for control, so you need to beat them at their own game.

      It's such a tragedy that this 'game' is even being played in the name of a so-called Christian group. Breaking up families and friendships should SO not be allowed to be a game... that's what Human Rights legislation is supposed to prevent!

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