Yes I stole this from Mr. D-HIN3Z, BUT this reminds me of Shan! Color and all #evl :-)
If a girl understand and sticks around through all your BS, then it’s obvious she’s a keeper; but it’s also obvious you don’t deserve her.
Everyone wants to do what’s right, some just don’t have the courage to.
Two very important people in my life decided to leave the truth recently and it really made me upset. After taking a look at the situation it really made me realize that NO ONE is exempt from Satan. You could be in the dead center of the spiritual circle and still fall out at any given time if you give any sort of doubt to Jehovah and let your faith waiver.
The first person was a really good friend of mine. I used to go over her house ALL the time. We pioneered together, studied together, went in service together, and she was ‘the nun’ of the group. Her mom started taking the truth seriously when my friend was in 6th grade, so she had all these stories of crazy things her mom used to do. She would always say how the truth really helped her mom, and she never wanted that to be her. Over night it was like she was gone. She stopped going to the hall, and eventually moved in with her boyfriend. She lives in the area still so I see her ALL the time. I’ve seen her smoking, cursing people out, walking around with hardly any clothes on, and it’s hard for me to comprehend bc that is definitely not the girl I was friends with. Recently I asked her was she ever going to come back. She told me, “I miss you Morgan, but I have to do what I have to do to make me happy. Right now I’m content with my life.”
The second person is a elder in my old hall. He was by far my favorite brother period. He reminded me so much of my father. He would always check on me about everything. Made sure I was doing good in school, made sure I was eating right, made sure I was ok spiritually. When I decided to get baptized he told me things I needed to work on and helped me work on them. When my family went thru some hard times, it was like Jehovah used him to keep us together. He has seen me at my best and my worse. Whenever anything went wrong in my family he was the one to make light of the situation and help us to see that with Jehovah’s help anything can be done. Now this brother decides that he wanted to leave his wife stop going to the hall and live on his own. I never thought that seeing someone that wasn’t my family do that would hurt so bad. I was SO angry with him because I didn’t understand how could someone who seemed to love Jehovah, the congregation, everything about the orginization so much just all of a sudden call it quits. My dad asked him why he left and he said “He had to do what he had to do. The hall just wasn’t doing it for him anymore and he’s happy now.”
My first friend has a facebook page and every status she puts up follows the lines of “I wish things would get better in my life”, “My life sucks”, “Why can’t something go right in my life for once” (These were all taken from last week statuses) How could it be that someone that seems to be having such a bad life be content and happy with how things are going. This is what made me see that not having Jehovah’s spirit, guidance, and wisdom is dangerous. Satan will make you blind to the most obvious situations. It’s amazing how quickly he can take even who seems to be the strongest of us all down. With that being said I hope these 2 do eventually come back, and I hope I never get off track and loose sight of what is right.