Interesting. I never heard of him before. I think he spoke some truth, but his interpretation of the Shriners is a red flag to me. So, I am not going to believe him. He was not a mason himself, was he? I have no idea how he came up with something like that.
Thank you for the link, but I am not going to challenge my husband's beliefs. He is not going to change who I am or what I desire to become with God. I do not feel that we are cursed. In fact, I felt like I was cursed when I married a Christian who thinks he is wiser than God. I have a lovely family now and I am finally happy. I grew up in Texas by the way. I have guns. I will use a force, if I had to protect myself and my family. Nothing scares me anymore.
We talked to a godly and wise priest. He knew better. I’m forgiven. I believe God was going to forgive me anyway, but I chose to humble myself. My husband considers himself a Unitarian Christian. He does not attend a church anymore. I remember that we have been to a Unitarian church 5 years ago and they did not welcome us for being masons. So I do not think anything will change his mind. It took me Many years to come out of this. He also needs to know Jesus. I mean the True one, but that happens through an experience. Not sure how to put it in words but I believe one day he will figure it out just like me. I also do not think I’m saved because I do good works. Like I said, I could be a deadly individual depending on what I need to do and I will not even feel guilty for it. That is why I know only Jesus saves us.
Thank you for your prayers.