Apologies to those friends who occassionally leave a comment under the anonymous setting because your aren’t registered with blogger, but I feel its best to block Anonymous comments after the comments of the second last post.
Why? There is an interesting phenomenon in ministry whereby you get those anonymous letters and notes by those loving people who feel it their duty to tell you exactly what they think :o) I don’t generally pay much attention to them…after all if people can’t be bothered to sign their name, why should I be bothered to read their letters?
However, there is something bigger at stake here. My hope is that on this occassion ‘anonymous’ is not a personal aquaintance nor someone I have spiritual responsibility for. Nevertheless, although knowing the comments were made without grace or possibly with out knowledge of the situation, I think removing the anonymous feature may be helpful in creating less opportunities for those sort of ‘rebellious’ comments. Rebellion, in scripture, is likened to witchcraft and I wouldn’t like to think that I was giving opportunity for any individual to be further embedded in a rebellious, bitter stronghold of the enemy.
Anyway…sorry for the inconvenience to others…its easy to register at blogger if you want to comment in the future. :o)
2 thoughts on “Anonymous”
Gosh!I can’t believe that there are people that are so ungracious. I wonder just how perfect ‘anonymous’ is in his own life …. What is it that the Scripture says? Matthwew 7:4Matt 7:3-5And why beholdest thou the mote that is in thy brother’s eye, but considerest not the beam that is in thine own eye?4 Or how wilt thou say to thy brother, Let me pull out the mote out of thine eye; and, behold, a beam is in thine own eye?5 Thou hypocrite, first cast out the beam out of thine own eye; and then shalt thou see clearly to cast out the mote out of thy brother’s eyeKJVYou’re right though, blocking anonymous replies is the only way to deal with it. God Bless you both …… We love you :-. Keep on blogging!! :-))P & P
Unbelievable… but maybe not – certainly sad! Suffice to say I am in total agreement with P&P – as you will see, I have registered myself so am now all ‘official’! God is and will continue to use you both mightilly, of this I have no doubt.Love & prayersAnn