User talk:Kristin

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hello everybody:-) i am going straight to the point here.. this may sound very strange and unbelivibel to it feels to me, telling you this, but i really need help in understanding what is happening to me... have worked as a healer and savior of lost souls this past few years...and that is a wonderfull gift to have been given, to send gods love and healing into a nother human beeing, it makes you very gratefull... so on to the weard thing that has happened to three people i healed. with some time appart have`` oil`` come out of the skin, and the pasients was cured, then and ther... can someone pleas helpp me, and fill me inn on what, and how this could be happening... this is my email, please kontackt me if you have heard obut this before ..

I am removing your contact details since this sounds like free advertising for converting people on an Orthodox forum :-)
The Orthodox point of view is to be VERY cautious about what you are experiencing and especially what you are doing for others ... Might I venture a guess and say that you belong to the Pentecostal (or an off-spring) church?
To be honest, if I was to share bluntly what is happening to you ... you would not handle it and get (a) very upset and or (b) defensive (which mmight end up causing a massive 'Editing war'.
The biggest deception of the devil was to convince the world that he does not exist ... Vasiliki 04:01, June 10, 2008 (UTC)