No, my writings and posts are not on happy cooking topics (I literally stink at cooking), what’s the latest clothing brand-name to wear, or what are the new funny mind-dumbing TV shows that are currently the fad in today’s society. I apologize that my discussions are not fun anymore, and have taken a very serious turn.
The moment I realized my son was vaccine injured, I had the burning desire to warn everyone I possibly can about this government covered-up secret that has deeply offended you. Honestly, this was not my intention. I’m sorry to be the one that interrupted your life with the truth that no vaccine is safe and effective, period. I apologize in making you upset by making the factual statement that, “Vaccines caused my son’s Autism.” I know that was not what my Christian friends wanted to hear from me, and I know you wish I would have stopped using my Facebook as my outlet to reach Mom’s in the same situation as I am.
I’m sorry that exposing the truth and having conversations about vaccines was out of the fun realm and got very tiresome for you to read. In all sincerity, I never wanted to hear my son had Autism. I never wanted to be the person who was all alone in this journey, but I just can’t unfriend the label and dismiss what happened. As painful as it was to accept, I’m sorry that I made it become a part of your life by sharing my daily experiences. I was and am constantly seeking help for my child.
As a Christian, I thought that God surely wanted me to teach a small women’s Bible group and be very active in serving and focusing in a church. As God’s plan in my life was unfolding each day (and still is), I realized that God chooses some of His children to go outside of the church and speak the truth in love on very personal controversial topics that people do not want to hear. Well, this is the calling that God has revealed to me through the Holy Spirit to do, and since I am God’s servant that chooses to obey, I apologize that you are not comfortable with me doing this. We all know that when our brothers and sisters in Christ are faced with God’s Word, and He calls them into action but they refuse to obey, it is because their own human reasoning has taken over God’s calling. This is mostly due to a person feeling the need to please others and have a huge friend base.
When the Bible speaks about obeying the Lord, it is not a suggestion, it is a command. God expects us to be a doer of His Word, so again, I apologize that I unceasingly explain the harmful ingredients that are contained in vaccines, and that approximately twenty-three vaccines are grown in aborted baby fetus tissue, which of course is against God’s design of why He created us, mankind. This should be an obvious immoral act to partake-in that a Christ-follower should be aware of, so of course I let you know. Again, by doing this I have offended many Christians for revealing this truth to you, since it now will make you think every time you inject your child with a vaccine.
I apologize that my speaking the truth does not always make you feel warm and fuzzy, and that it upsets your day when my voice gets loud and my research is continuously displayed. Jesus is love, and He came to earth as a lamb to be slaughtered for our sins. This should make us all cherish and hold Him higher than anything or anyone else. Some Christians however, tend to leave out the part that Jesus, our Lord and Savior, will be returning as a lion and shall place judgement on those who reject His teachings. Again, I’m sorry I acknowledge this because not many people want to know that there is a right lifestyle and a wrong lifestyle; evil or holy, obedient or disobedient. This I know has offended some of you that I call my friend, so please forgive my honesty.
For those Christians who were once my friend and I cared for deeply, but unfortunately you have abandoned me for an easier more entertaining life, I am saddened and truthfully disappointed in you. You see, as you have been deleting yourself from my Facebook, I’ve noticed. Yes, God will put a name on my heart, and when I pull up your account, I see that we are no longer friends; it does hurt for a moment I will confess. Wow, just wow! Each of these people have dismissed me as if we had never met. This is definitely not Christ-like and you set a very poor example. I know, I know, I offended you again and I’m sorry, we should have no accountability for our actions, just hugs and kisses.
The people that send me friend requests now may not be a Christian, but they treat me with more respect and kindness then most personal Christian friends that I’ve met through a church. I’m sorry I’m too bold, out-spoken, and a fighter for rights and this has turned you off; meekness still lives inside me though. I’m sorry that I think church cliques are destructive and that everybody deserves to be loved and asked to join events, yes EVERYONE, especially non-believers that need friends. God has revealed to me how corrupt most churches are today and how many of the church attenders (and some pastors) are great actors. Oops, it’s just so hard not to offend someone in this politically-correct world. I’m apologetic that I’m more interested in the truth than a kiss on the cheek from my enemy.
In closing, I apologize that my personality is not exactly like yours, and that I am such an offensive person who talks about the evil of vaccinations, Monsanto, and vaccine-pushing pediatricians. However, I am not sorry enough to change for your acceptance! I’m moving on, unfortunately, without most of my Christian friends by my side, that was your choice. I will always love you and pray we cross paths again and share a smile in our God-fulfilled journey. May God continuously show us love for one another despite our different callings, and may we always speak highly of each person that has touched our life during a moment.
God bless you all!
James 1:22-25 “And remember, it is a message to obey, not just to listen to. If you don’t obey, you are only fooling yourself. For if you just listen and do not obey, it is like looking at your face in a mirror but doing nothing to improve your appearance. You see yourself, walk away, and forget what you look like. But if you keep looking steadily into God’s law –the law that sets you free– and if you do what it says and don’t forget what you heard, then God will bless you for doing it.”