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WhAt To SaY, WhAt To Do?

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Hey everyone! It's summer_101. I'm new here and I posted in new members already (thanx to chad for welcoming me...I'm taking your posting advice now ) but I'd thought I'd get my situation out in the open. My husband (Abel) is in the army and he is currently stationed in Korea. His roomie is a satanist who has no problem in showing so (ex. playing music from cradle of filth very loudly in the room.) He seems friendly and he talks to my husband and I, but ofcourse one can never be to careful so I sort of maintained my distance. But the little that we did say to eachother made me want to help him. And the more I hear of him from my husband, I really just want to reach out to him on my next visit (in May) and share what God can do for him. I've had experience in dealing with young satanists before, but for the first time I don't know what to say. He's so into it that I'm actually a little afraid. I know that God would like me to try and speak up, but right now I'm not sure how to reach him. Any ideas? Thanx for reading..please reply! :smile:
 
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Okay, here's a suggestion. You find out if he really is a satanists and isn't just doing it for the image. I like to think people like that listen to that sort of music for aesthetic purposes. Whether they believe in what is associated with that music is something they bind their lifestyle too, and rather than the image of the genre, is really the determining factor of if you should "save" him.

What you have to ask is, are you doing this for him, are you doing this for yourself, or are you doing it for God. I'd recommend just clearing some misconceptions up for him about Jesus and what not, and answer the questions HE has not what you want him to know.

Kay done
 
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The Wang Master said:
Okay, here's a suggestion. You find out if he really is a satanists and isn't just doing it for the image. I like to think people like that listen to that sort of music for aesthetic purposes. Whether they believe in what is associated with that music is something they bind their lifestyle too, and rather than the image of the genre, is really the determining factor of if you should "save" him.

What you have to ask is, are you doing this for him, are you doing this for yourself, or are you doing it for God. I'd recommend just clearing some misconceptions up for him about Jesus and what not, and answer the questions HE has not what you want him to know.

Kay done
thanx for your input. yes, he really is a satanist. he says that satan is his lord and provides for him and that God doesn't really care for us. i would really like to help him b/c i say regardless of him being a satanist he's a good guy. the thought of him losing his soul his really disturbing. i am hoping that i can clear up anything for him so he can come to jesus and live a better life. thanx for your advice...i will try to clear up the misconceptions.
 
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Let You're Husband Deal With Him !!! You Pray That You're Husband Will Find Favor With Him And Open Doors To Witness Jesus . Big-brother
 
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I totally agree. Your husband should be the one talking to him about spiritual matters, not you.

You should be scared to deal with him as should your husband. Pray and pray about this young man AND pray for your own spiritual health in dealing with him. Make sure that your husband has someone with him there that he can be accountable to so that he is not in a position to fall while dealing with his roommate.
 
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