It's not something that's happened to me in my real life. It's something that has happened to me, on Facebook (FB), off and on in the past.
Please know that I truly adore FB. I truly enjoy using FB.
Not just because I've made more than 4,100 FB friends. I truly enjoy posting on FB to honour God.
Unfortunately, I've had trouble with FB from time to time.
I've been blocked and unable to even comment on Christian group pages that I've created:
* Jesus Loves You!
* Christian Singles Café - Worldwide!
In addition, I've been blocked and unable to post and/or comment on Christian group pages where I am an administrator... meaning I'm to take care of the group.
Plus, off and on, I've been blocked and unable to post and/or comment on other Christian group pages, where I'm a member of.
Even if I've been allowed to sometimes do postings, I've had to do security checks.
Yes! Why? I didn't really know at first. But, later realized why the security check is required.
So, I decided to explain it to you.
I coped/pasted something that I've received from FB, when I've not been allowed to share a posting. Here it is:
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Security CheckThis is a standard security test that we use to prevent spammers from creating fake accounts and spamming users.
If you think you're seeing this by mistake, please let us know.
Isn't that amazing?
Are you surprised what that information I copied/pasted and shared with you?
It surprised me. And, made me realize when I finally read it, why I need to do the security check.
You can see at the lowest portion of the message, where it says... Security Check. Underneath it stated: This is a standard security test that we use to prevent spammers from creating fake accounts and spamming users.
Isn't that awful?
To me, it is awful that FB has falsely accused me of being a scammer. And/or creating fake accounts?
Since when are Christian group pages spammer groups?
Why has FB lied about me? I don't lie to others. But, I believe they think I do.
I must admit that I believe they lie about me, and make me do thing that aren't good. Or, do not allow me to do things, like I mentioned, here today.
I truly believe FB treats me in an evil way.
Thinking of this made me think of Genesis 50:20, "But as for you, ye thought evil against me; but God meant it unto good, to bring to pass, as it is this day, to save much people alive."
Amen! But as for you, ye thought evil against me; but God meant it unto good, to bring to pass, as it is this day, to save much people alive.
Yes, I believe FB has thought evil against me. However, God meant it to be good, to bring to pass, as it is this day, to save many people alive.
Okay. I believe it's not the organization of FB that has thought about me badly and treated me in an evil way. I believe it's actually people who work for the FB organization!
Those people who are working for FB definitely aren't Christian!
Why do I think this? I think people working for FB are hurting me, because they are not Christian. If they were Christian, I believe they wouldn't be hurting me.
If they were Christian, I believe they would enjoy seeing what I write, referring to God. Plus, they would be happy to see that I try to help people come to Christ.
Yes, I do all I can to help people come to realize that they need to gain salvation and everlasting life by trusting in/believing upon our Lord, Jesus Christ.
After all, everyone needs to become a born again Christian, in order to have eternal life, and spend it in Heaven with Him.
So, please realize that I forgive anyone/everyone who works for FB, who do all they can to hurt me by blocking me, and preventing me from posting and/or commenting on group pages... even though they also are Christian.
May God have mercy upon FB.
May God bless FB.
And, may God bless anyone/everyone who enjoys hurting me, for I forgive them.
Until next time...
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