Re: The Living Word Fellowship, The Walk, John Robert Stevens
Date: March 26, 2018 12:21AM
> changedagain Wrote:
> I think people understand that they have no choice
> but to accept the marriage as the will of God, a
> requirement if they are to remain in good standing
> within the fellowship. There was a significant
> purge after John and Marilyn got married, after
> Gary and Marilyn got married...and I see no reason
> why this new development couldn't trigger yet
> another one. That said, I suspect the people that
> remain are exhausted and will go along with
> it...perhaps feigning some enthusiasm.
> In any event, this new family appears happy...so
> good for them (I guess). They will certainly have
> the resources to do whatever they, I mean God,
> wants--so that's a big plus.
> lily rose Wrote:
> I think you are probably right changedagain. There
> has been so much member conditioning and
> programming that has occurred over the years. But
> maybe, just maybe for someone who is having second
> thoughts about Gary's sincerity in perpetuating
> JRS's charade about being God's remnant to bring
> forth judgment and the kingdom, maybe it will be a
> tipping point for them to jump ship. I say that
> because it was JRS's marriage to M that may have
> been the tipping point for me in recognizing the
> Walk was not what I thought it was. I don't think
> I was jealous because I was young and certainly
> didn't have the hots for JRS or ever entertained
> the thought of being or wanting to be his wife.
> That would have been gross to me. However, maybe
> some of the older women may have longed for that
> at the time. It's hard to describe, but because
> the light bulb was starting to come on for me,
> JRS's marriage to his secretary just didn't fit.
> It was bizarre, weird, and contrary to what I
> thought the Walk was all about. Now here's G-man
> marrying a beautiful young woman who is young
> enough to be his daughter. G-man is almost 70.
> Sivania deserves better than that. Unless, of
> course, owning five parsonages, traveling the
> world, drinking champagne and being revered by the
> members means more to her than a marriage where
> true love
Good ponts, Lily Rose and Changed Again. If the previous pattern is followed, does this mean that S will take over the group when G is gone? And who will divorce their wife so that they can marry her? After all, someone will have to bring the Word. Just wondering. Because anyone who thinks that someone other than Hargrave FM owns or has any say over the corporation is certainly mistaken.