mikehill4jesus “The evil that can be in our Home, the Community and Christian Churches.”
28th June 2016 (10.14) My .mp3 Thought for Today Audio
I did an Audio about this case on Tuesday 26th January 2010 and have included it in my Podcast.
How do you overcome all this evil?
It’s so easy for Christians to simply quote the Lord Jesus from the Holy Bible.
John 16:33 ‘I have told you these things, so that in me you may have peace. In this world you will have trouble. But take heart! I have overcome the world.’
We have to provide examples that prove to the Lost Souls that the Lord Jesus tells the truth. True Christians can do this, but Churchianity Christians can’t.
This a tragic and cruel case of evil in a Community
(Taken from the INDEPENDANT dated Saturday 26 September 2009)
Harassed to death; why did no one listen?
Her story is so distressing that it makes me wonder what kind of neighbours lived in her street. Couldn’t anyone have saved her from herself? Why didn’t a single person of authority – a social worker or a police officer – simply act kindly, as the coroner put it, sympathetically and “sit down and have a cup of tea” with Fiona Pilkington to find out what was going on in her head?
Consider the list of abuse she carefully wrote up in a “harassment diary” found incomplete after her death – it would make most of us terrified – and, on top of everything else, she had two teenagers with their own problems. With an 18-year-old daughter with a mental age of four, and a son with severe dyslexia, this distraught woman sat in the dark until 2.30am night after night, too scared to put the lights on for fear of attracting the bullies who routinely made her existence a total misery. She endured shouting and verbal abuse outside her home until the early hours. Stones chucked at the windows. Fences set on fire. Fireworks pushed through the letterbox. Eggs and flour regularly thrown at her front door. She felt under siege – wouldn’t anyone? And yet it appears this antisocial behaviour was never deemed serious enough for effective preventative action to be taken against her tormentors.
After making 33 complaints to Leicestershire police, to no avail, Fiona Pilkington took drastic action – setting fire to herself and her daughter in the family car, with just their pet rabbit for company, ending their lives in the most horrific way imaginable. That was two years ago, and no one has ever been arrested or charged with any crime. Well done, everyone concerned. Doesn’t this story sound awfully familiar? Life in 21st-century Britain.
The case of baby Peter shocked us, with social workers, doctors and the local council all passing the buck. Sure, they apologised. But most people, having seen the pictures of the dreadful squalor in which that child lived would have stepped in and removed him to a cleaner and safer place long before he died from multiple injuries. Amazingly, it seems that social workers were reluctant to intervene. In the case of Fiona Pilkington, they didn’t even know about her plight, because the police failed to notify social services of her situation.
She eventually sank into a serious depression without ever receiving any counselling or support. In spite of receiving endless phone calls and pleas for help, the police apparently failed to note her daughter’s learning difficulties (and that Fiona herself struggled) and also that her son was dyslexic. If they had been more perceptive, they would have realised this family unit was being picked on for being different, and the bullies lived within yards of their front door. And the police still don’t seem to accept blame; they stated at the inquest that dealing with yobs “was the job of the local council”. Complaints against the police in Leicestershire rose 11 per cent last year. Failure to act on complaints was a key concern.
Incredibly, the ringleaders in the gang of about 16 youths who tormented Fiona and her kids still live in the same road and wreak havoc in the neighbourhood, although now a “problem family” has been belatedly identified and an injunction issued. That’s two years too late for Fiona. Between April and December 2007 – the period leading up to her death – the police recorded 313 incidents of antisocial behaviour on her estate. The local council’s community safety manager said that, with the resources available, he thought he “did a good job”. Doesn’t that sound just like smug Sharon Shoesmith, former director of child services for baby Peter’s local council, Haringey, who claimed that her team had done nothing wrong?
The coroner is in the final stages of the inquest into Fiona’s death, two years after her death. Leicester council instituted a serious case review and concluded that their social services “should have done more”. Their findings include the need to “pay more attention to the needs of families” and the need to “pay more attention to anti-social behaviour”. Surely these are fundamental requirements of the job. How can a woman with learning difficulties, with two severely challenged children, remain unsupported by social services? Statements documenting 18 months of abuse were given to the local council the day before Fiona killed herself and her daughter. Someone must take the blame. As the coroner said, “I don’t understand how it got to this point.”
That’s quite an understatement.
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“Churchianity” is a pejorative term, a word expressing contempt or disapproval, for practices of Christianity that are viewed as placing more emphasis on the habits of church life or its institutional traditions than on the teachings of Jesus. Hence the replacement of “Christ” by “Church” in the word “Churchianity”.
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God is in control!
Without God the Father, the Son (the Lord Jesus) and the Holy Spirit, we Disciples can do nothing at all to help the lost be saved. John 15.
Churchianity is not under the Lordship of Jesus Christ
So what’s the role of Jesus?
1 John 3:8 The one who does what is sinful is of the devil, because the devil has been sinning from the beginning. The reason the Son of God [the Lord Jesus] appeared was to destroy the devil’s work.
He came from Heaven to be a perfect sacrifice so that all who followed Him and obeyed his teachings and commands could be rescued from the Devil’s power over them. It’s called the Gospel of Jesus. He did many wonderful things for so many people and even tried to help evil people to believe in Him, the Saviour of the World.
He was not only seen by many people who knew he had been killed, he also worked with them.
Mark 16:20 Then the disciples went out and preached everywhere, and the Lord worked with them and confirmed his word by the signs that accompanied it.
He does the same today, all these years later. He and His Father come and live with those who prove their love for him by learning and obeying His Teachings and Commands. He also made many Promises that as a perfect Lord and Saviour, he could not break. He only lives with those who obey Moral Law, though it may take them time to learn it and put it into practice. These we call Christians and Disciples.
John 14:23 Jesus replied, ‘Anyone who loves me will obey my teaching. My Father will love them, and we will come to them and make our home with them.
PROFESSING CHRISTIANS WHO PRACTICE CHURCHIANITY NEED TO REPENT!
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