Tired Of My Mother's Trouble's, Must I Always Do Her Bid?

Dear Aunty eya goodevening. Am really stressed out and confused am 22 and a christian  attending a living Church, but my problem now is since my mom found this new church, I haven't rested. She wants me to start attending their services and programs, infact, she wants me to stop my church and start attending hers.

 I Have even done
deliverance in her church maybe that way she can let me be but yet she just keeps saying am dividing the family by going to another church.

 I love my church so much and am dedicated to it, I even have a service post in my church can't see my self going to another church. Please I need advice please

Comments

  1. Debbie4/14/2014

    This is serious really as it involves your own mother.
    Violence doesn't solve this type and I believe you won't ever resort to any form of it no matter how this turns out.
    Pray as Ugo said and ask the Lord your God for wisdom.
    Have a discussion with mummy and be as calm as His Spirit leads even when she gets hurtful.
    Let her know we believe same God and you're not against her church however you're already committed where you are.
    I don't know how understanding her new pastor is but if he's a truthful man of God, he'll encourage mummy to let you serve our God in your own right environ if you tell him about it.
    I will suggest you equally seek counsel from an unbiased elderly christian or pastor from your church.
    God will see you thru ok? And keep on serving Him with your youth, it pays greatly now and tomorrow

    Debbie (Google free me biko)

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  2. Anonymous4/15/2014

    Pray and pls don't be rude to her in any way. Just leave it all to God and let him run d show.

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  3. Tina O4/15/2014

    I understand why ur Mum is reacting that way. This same thing happened in my family,my elder sister joined another church,now our believes r different. If u still live with your parent,please attend deir church,until u leave their house,they deserve that honour.thanks

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  4. Anonymous4/15/2014

    Dear poster, u must not do all of ur mum's bidding;but this u must do. Is this church like ur family church? Is this church also a "living" church or ur mum is seeking for signs and wonders? Obey ur parents but not sheepishly. Aim to stand right with God than enjoy service posts or listening to parents.

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  5. Anonymous4/15/2014

    Dear poster, u must not do all of ur mum's bidding;but this u must do. Is this church like ur family church? Is this church also a "living" church or ur mum is seeking for signs and wonders? Obey ur parents but not sheepishly. Aim to stand right with God than enjoy service posts or listening to parents.

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  6. Mrs Anon4/15/2014

    You said it is her new church so I believe its not even your family church. What does ur father say? Have u finished school or you are still dependent on your parents? All these determine whether you can take your own decisions in the family. Religious issues are personal and no one can force you, eg I have seen where a parent/husband forced the children/wife and though they complied physically their spirit is not there. They don't participate in the worship style cos they don't believe in it and the man was still not satisfied...Just pray seriously over it because she is your parent and has d right over you. Pray pray pray...talk to your pastor for advice. Ask God to touch her heart by himself so that she will release you.Be nice about everything and don't act angry or quarrelsome but be respectful if u need to talk or explain things to her. Make sure you are helpful at home to her in other things, dont let her find any other complaint about you except this one, ie. Strive to be the best daughter to her so that your only fault will be the church one.You may want to attend hers sometimes to please her while still attending yours...God grant u wisdom.

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  7. Anonymous4/15/2014

    Dear Poster,

    i feel your pain. i had the same experience while growing up with my dad and uncles it was a tough experience.

    first and foremost, make sure you conclude all your house work before living the house. so she will have little or no excuse to tell you not to go to church.

    always pray for her, dont hate her, because she miight be thinking you are been mislead.

    thirdly you have to let your light shine, so many parents have joined their children's church because of the children's influence in the family.

    the bible say obey your parents in the Lord. never stop going to church because your salvation is the most important thing in this life.

    God bless you

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  8. Anonymous4/16/2014

    my mum is like dat 2 even @ 32 she stil wants be to be going frm church to church. Til i warnd her dat nonsense must stp! I went to one where d prayer warrior used his head to nod me. After dat xperience i went 4 deliverance. Also she had stp going 4rm one church to d other. U shuld pray and trust God

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