From Tom

The present scenario facing our families has resulted in Vic and VCY America rattling legal sabers in an attempt to scare away natural consequences. The old secular TV game show of the 60’s and 70’s had it right–“Truth or Consequences.” The truth, which has slowly been coming out over the past three and a half years (actually over 25 years), is taking its natural course, shedding light on shadowy things–things that in the world of narcissism ought never be spoken.

Not surprisingly, the thread of this whole scenario can be followed (or you could say, predicted) in Scripture. It is not wrought by human minds or manipulations, but was designed into the fabric of moral code governing human relationships by the Creator Himself. We can’t “argue” with that.

Well-known Scriptures such as “Be sure, your sin will find you out” (Numbers 32:23b) and, “Be not deceived, God is not mocked; for whatsoever a man sows, that shall he also reap.” (Galatians 6:7) quickly come to mind. Vic and Randall Melchert in their arrogance have ignored the direct instruction of Matthew 18. Simply, they can’t do that without consequences, though they may be long in coming. (The Matthew 18 process started three and a half years ago with Ingrid privately entreating Vic at our kitchen table which started all of this.) You can deal in truth, or be crushed by its consequences. Let’s see, there’s even a secular “proverb” that deals with this: “The wheels of justice grind slowly, but exceedingly fine.”

The devil has sought the destruction of our family: “The thief comes only to steal and kill and destroy” (John 10:10), and while he has had some success, yet we have hope and “we know that all things work together for good to them that love God, to them that are the called according to His purpose.” (Romans 8:28)

2 thoughts on “From Tom

  1. healingInHim says:

    Tom, Ingrid & family, I have been following this sinful episode for quite some time and had really hoped that perhaps you were on the road to “peace”… Perfect peace comes only from the Lord andit grieves me to see what Vic Eliason and foes are capable of accomplishing as the willing workers of the enemy of our souls.
    I grieve openly for you as I am in similar circumstances – my spouse and family, extended family being the perpetrators.
    Tom – although you and the family are in the heat of a great battle I am grateful that you at least have others who lean on the Lord for strength and thus can be there for each other. Your posting has also reminded me ‘again’ of God’s ultimate protection for those who TRULY love and seek to honor Him.
    Thank you Ingrid for your honest postings and revealing the truth … I am still fearful of being too openly honest with my life. Although you must be weary of this particular battle, your family inspires others to press on and we will continue to pray for you and your loved ones.

  2. Ann says:

    I’m so sad for your family. You are all in my prayers for open hearts and renewed minds in Christ. Even the Roman Catholic and Orthodox churches cannot reconcile after some odd 1000 years — so yes indeed, the evil one is always hard at work. Grace and peace of our Lord Jesus Christ to you all.

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