The Church Without a Name by Kathleen Lewis
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Are you the Victim of Mind Control?
If you answered "yes" to most of the questions on the previous pages, the group which you are involved with is certainly using manipulative mind control techniques.
Now that you know this, what will you do?
1. You need to realise that whatever group you are part of does not have a monopoly on God. For many people in mind control cults, leaving the movement is usually considered the equivalent of leaving God Himself and forfeiting one’s salvation. However, the truth is that there are Christians in all denominations who have found salvation in Christ alone, and not the church group itself. Many people who are trapped in a spiritually abusive religious system often feel as though they would have nowhere else to go even if they did manage to make the break from the group. - The answer is found in what Jesus said in the Gospel of Matthew 11:28: "Come to me all you who are weary and heavy laden and I will give you rest."
2. You need to leave the group. This may be difficult, but by staying you will only continue to be spiritually and mentally abused. You will also be contributing to a system which, in your heart, you know to be wrong. Don’t let pride keep you from leaving the group.
3. Don’t feel as though you will be alone in your decision to leave. There are many individuals who have been in the same situation as yourself. These people come from many different religious groups, but have all been victims of the same dominating mind control techniques. Today, many are living new lives of liberty, security, and hope. For encouragement, you may wish to read some of the stories posted or linked to from this site.