From Bahá’í to Christianity

From Bahá’í to Christianity

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  1. Baha'is fully encourage the independent investigation of the truth and appreciate the speaker's personal search. I hope she can still see herself as a collaborator in the betterment of her community with Bahá'is and others.

  2. Lovely testimony. I became a Christian at age 23, right out of the rock and roll scene and much occult involvement. Since then I've studied cults and false religions a lot, and Baha'i has always baffled me, how people can believe such contradictions. I can also attest to the demonic. Once, after I became a believer, I woke up with the mattress flopping up and down, and it wasn't a dream. I yelled, "Jesus help me!" and it stopped.

  3. Deep thinking is not something every human is endowed with! Her love for one faith over the other is a personal choice and hope she turns ours to be a true follower of Christ, and love humanity anyway!

  4. Wow is she right on! There is a spiritual, mystical, element to the one world dream. It seems good for all mankind! It is in fact, Marxism. It’s total control over the “little people “ by the “elites.” And like it’s baby brother, socialism, it doesn’t work.
    Look at all the countries which these tyrannical form of government have ruined.
    Faith in Jesus Christ in personally liberating.

  5. It's been a year since I last saw this video but I've been noticing that in the comment section most of the people who are criticizing This woman's turn away from Bahaism are mostly people who used to be Baha'i themselves, whereas the more compassionate people who are understanding of her perspective are still currently Baha'i. I'm actually shocked that most of the people who are say that this woman is misrepresenting behind are not behind themselves anymore. This sounds to me to be very bizarre. If you're no longer practicing in the Baha'i faith, it sounds like it's because you're not convinced that it's a true belief system anymore. So if that's okay for you, why is it not okay for this woman to have her own reasons to walk away from Bahaism? Why are her reasons for walking away from Bahaism misrepresentations but your reasons for walking away from Bahaism completely reasonable? Sounds a little bit hypocritical if you ask me.

  6. the believer is manipulated and deceived by a reward in another life as long as in this life you are a believer and you comply with laws, commandments, dogmas of faith, otherwise you will not be saved, they sell you an eternal life with deceit and lies and they live of the story in full luxury while the believer is starving, that is if you pay the tithe, give money to your church if you want to save yourself, when in reality what you have to do is save yourself from so many lies and manipulation, save yourself in this life and live them without suffering, guilt that all religions impose on you, the clergy speak in the name of a God invested by them, with sexist, homophobic, cruel, violent laws, full of hatred against the infidel who must be killed, they go against reason and science make this life a hell and a valley of tears, but that is if they sell you another fictional life, since this one has been turned into a shit of fights, wars, persecutions of all religions. Battle Points of View

    The Persian government viewed the Babies as a group of heretics who had rebelled against the government and who wanted to create a Babite state. Driven by the enmity between the twelfth clergy and the Babies, they decided to finish off the latter as soon as possible.

    The Bábís considered that they were announcing the arrival of the Qāʾim and that their jihad or holy war of resistance against the Shah's troops was self-defense. Hence, the Baha'is have been persecuted in Iran because the Baha'is attempted against the life of the Shah of Persia. to establish the bahai faith by force killing the infidel

  7. You know good trees by it’s fruits! There are 2 billion Christian, 1,4 billion Muslim, and millions of other … we have handful Baha’is on this planet. Look at the world we are living in. Don’t you see the problems? The only difference between religions is your own pure intention and good deeds! Not your words. Baha’u’llah has offered solutions for this sick and lost day. You take it or you refuse it. Life experience teaches you the truth.

  8. She was unable to learn how to wash hands, feet and face 3:34 "ceremonial washings" and she needed some one to teach her!!! or she was surprise to find out sex out of marriage is forbidden 3:5. wondering if there is a religion that dose not ask believers to pray?

  9. Ex-Christian here and happy i’m the Baha’i Faith. My story was the opposite I started getting signs leading me to the Baha’i Faith and God then blessed me greatly when I did. My life has changed for the better ever since and I couldn’t be happier thank God I found this Faith!

    It looks like for her she had an agnostic boyfriend making her doubt everything and she was too perfectionist which has nothing to do with the Baha’i Faith itself. She was even sleeping with this guy before marriage which the Faith doesn’t advise. Then she said she went to a Christian club and terrible things started happening to her? Like schizophrenic like episodes, why is she blaming it on the Faith? Interesting that these warning signs show up when she goes to the Christian classes and not when she was Baha’i. Then she becomes Christian and realizes she has epilepsy, bingo that explains a lot of her experience (scientifically epilepsy and possibly OCD creates a higher risk for schizophrenia)…again nothing to do with the Baha’i Faith.

    I am saddened to see that when she joined Christianity she experienced a miscarriage. I would not try to relate joining Christianity and the miscarriage as a sign that she made the wrong choice but it is sad that she is doing that with the Baha’i Faith and the bad things that happened to her in the past.

    I wish her well and that God may guide her rightly, I hope her life is blessed. Christianity is a nice religion and Baha’i’s accept Christ and love Him as well but it seemed like what she needed was a supportive community at the beginning. Other Baha’i to help her with her practice and to teach her the mercy of God, we Baha’i’s also call God “The All-Merciful” so that she would realize that God isn’t going to punish her for not being perfect.

    May God bless her and guide her rightly and may He bless her and her family.

  10. Jesus forgive this sinners because they don't know what they're doing ! In the mighty name of Jesus Christ Amen. Jesus is Lord . He crucified , died and the third day He rose from the death. To God be the glory

  11. She was clearly attacked by neuroweapons, not satan. I have the opposite story to tell. I was attacked by strange sensations and demonic dreams while a Catholic but when I learnt about Baha'u'llah's teachings that demons and satan are just symbols for our lower, animal nature, the attacks became attacks by humans who know neuroscience and telecommunications, not demons. They know they cannot fool me about it so they simply abuse me like humans do.

  12. Baha'u'llah tested her and she failed. Had she persisted with the Baha'i Faith she would have learnt eventually that the attacks were done with neuroscience and telecommunications, not satan.
    She would discover that Babylon is the clergy of the seven main religions and their followers, that Babylon does sorcery – i.e deceives about spiritual matters with the use of science and other tricks. What a lunacy to deceive humans about the existence of satan literally. The truth is bound to come out.

  13. Emily Armstrong denies the Promised One–the return of Jesus' spirit, in this Day of Judgment, this isn't good any way you look at it. Through the operation of the satanic self, Emily has made herself blind to the Glory of God–who returned to earth in the mid 1800s metaphorically in the clouds (old world religions and their teachings) for all eyes (meaning spiritual eyes) to see. Why did He come when He did? Christians for centuries have been fighting among themselves (Reformation, Counter Reformation, Northern Ireland etc.) so much so that Europe has become agnostic, drowning in its materialism–similar to both Christians (prosperity gospel, materialist interpretations of scripture by fundamentalists etc.) and non-Christians (young people when asked if they have a religion on survey are answering "none", we Sociologists called them "none's" etc.) in America today who are divided. Currently Christians are divided into 46,000 denominations with differences in scriptural interpretations, this disunity ends with the Promised One of all religions, Baha'u'llah. Catholics are not only divided within Catholicism but from the 46,000 sects or varieties of Protestantism, even having different bibles with different books in the Catholic bible.

    So, this poor soul being interviewed has facts mixed up. Baha'is believe in the 10 Commandments and the same morals taught by our beloved Jesus. We don't believe in sleeping together prior to marriage. Baha'is and Christians have the same morals and similar beliefs. So, in my view this poor lady has taken a step backwards, missing the Promised One of Christianity and all World Religions, His name is Baha'u'llah. In the Tablet of Ahmad God says, "by denying Baha'u'llah you deny all the Prophets of the past and showeth pride towards God from all eternity to all eternity." That should be something this poor soul should think about carefully. By denying Baha'u'llah we lose both Jesus and Him, that's a serious eternal mistake.

  14. A psychiatrist in the United States would diagnose her as an individual with Psychosis, NOS. The delusions and hallucinations occur in Schizophreniform Disorder or Psychosis, NOS. It could also occur in Organic Brain Disorders secondary to Epilepsy and other illnesses of the Brain. Essentially this causes perceptual distortions. Religion and Faith also depends on one's own judgment. One has to investigate the truth at all times!

  15. It is not a big deal if you joined the Bahá’í Faith at one time and then decided to leave and join the Christian Faith. I, together with millions of others, have also left the Christian faith to make our spiritual home in the Bahá’í Faith. I have been a Bahá’í for 46 years.

    There is no compulsion in religion. Worshippers are free to enter and leave any religion they choose at any time. It is all between them and God. If you take a look at the religious scene, you will notice that many are leaving the Christian faith at the same time that others are joining.

    You might be aware that even in the days of Jesus, some of His own disciples left His faith because they did not like what He was teaching. And it wasn’t a big deal as far as Jesus was concerned. John 6:66 says: “From that time many of his disciples went back, and walked no more with him.”

    In the Parable of the Sower, we get to understand that due to many factors, not everyone joining a new religion will stay. You can find the parable in Luke 8:5-15. Hope you can reflect on it.

    You can also reflect on this adage of Jesus: “…many are called, but few are chosen.” (Matthew 22:14)

    As to whether the Bahá’í Faith can be associated with “an evil spirit” as you seemed to insinuate, do you know that Jesus Christ, the One you claimed to follow, was denounced as having the devil (John 10:20) and doing His work by means of “Beelzebub the chief of the devils” (Luke 11:15)? And do you know that He was betrayed by His own appointed Apostle?

    And that is the lot of all true Messengers of God. They are insulted, denounced as false, as sorcerers and evil men, etc. Go through religious history. There is not a single Emissary of God who was not accused of falsehood

    I have taken the trouble to point these things out to you, because it is not a big deal to leave any religion, including the Bahá’í Faith. But it takes a lot of courage to denounce an Emissary of God as evil and post it on the internet for all the world to see.

    Praying that God might help each and all in our spiritual journeys.