I’ll admit that when I originally posted this and the several times I posted it afterwards, that I was doing it for selfish reasons. I wanted to be proven right. That’s been my concern this whole time to be quite honest.
I saw this man face to face a few times this week. One time I passed him in a tight area where it was impossible to avoid each other. I looked into his face and I feel like I saw his soul. At this point it really doesn’t matter who you believe, me or him, it really doesn’t. The outcome is the same either way. But when I looked into this man’s face yesterday, I saw that he needed your love and prayers more than I do.
Because of general conference last Sunday, it is fast Sunday this weekend. Keep this man in your thoughts.
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Remember the worth of souls is great in the sight of God” D&C 18:10
I know that I am not the only person who has been negatively affected by this man who has been trying to destroy my life. This gives me a lot of stress and pain. I held onto this pain for a long time and have only recently been able to accept that this was out of my control. I am trying very earnestly to fix it, and I want a solution that benefits everyone involved. I only want peace. I want it to be over. I want to move on. I know there are better things in store for all of us. I asked the Missionaries for a blessing on Thursday night. I asked them to bless that there would be a resolution to this nightmare I have been living these last two years. In the blessing they said to follow my promptings for a resolution. Before the blessing, they counselled me and asked me if I had faith that miracles can happen. I have seen so many miracles in the last few months that I didn’t hesitate to say that yes, I did believe in miracles.
I was prompted today to ask everyone, religious or not, to please pray for this man. Please pray that he will come to realise his worth in the sight of God and the worth of every other human being on earth.
I don’t know exactly why he is doing this to me, but I forgive him. He is your friend and colleague and he’s probably been good to you over the years. Forgive him, it is the path God has given us to peace.