Saeed Abedini Wants Some “Help”…

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21 Responses

  1. nancy slauson says:

    Saeed mentioned in an older comment on his Facebook page, that Franklin Graham had given him a job working in his foundation’s printing department. However, Saeed felt this work was beneath him and refused the employment. Evidently Saeed was not feeling the bite of hunger at that time.

  2. Michael says:

    Graham also gave him at least 20,000.00 for living expenses…and I don’t think the government gave Abedini all those new suits he sported after his release…

  3. Reuben says:

    Just curious, was he this crackers before he wilfully broke Iranian law for Jesus?

    I think I answered my own question.

  4. covered says:

    100’s of millions of supporters? Wow, that’s a lot. If just half of those 100’s of millions gave him $1.00 he would have um, um…. a lot of money. Saeed is a full blown idiot! I am waiting for our brother Josh to respond to this thread 🙂

  5. rjr says:

    Nancy Slauson: Yes, I read that, too.

    He also said in a more recent post that he was forced to “work like a Mexican” in Alaska last summer at a Marriage Retreat for Wounded Warriors and spouses.

  6. Ron says:

    Personally, I would be happy to be out of an Iranian prison.

  7. Jerod says:

    He is starting to sound like Alex Jones

  8. JD says:

    Somebody please send this guy an adult diaper. If you know his address, enter it at Depends.com. (I entered my wife’s contact info as a joke, which went over initially like a lead balloon.)
    Good thing she has a sense of humor, as I can’t fit in the Chihuahua’s dog house.

  9. Alex says:

    Sad situation. The Hagerman’s are good folks who tried to help from good hearts. What a mess, I feel bad for them. Wise move to have the courts guide them so they don’t accidentally make a mistake with the money. Hopefully the court directs them to give the money back to donors or to buy a home for Nagmeh and the kids.

    I’ve learned some hard lessons, so I’ll pray for Saeed and that God helps him come to his senses vs. mocking him. He seems to have some issues and is not beyond redemption, but he seems to be in need of repentance and is not in a good state of mind right now.

  10. Donner says:

    Alex Jones doesn’t sound as looney as these posts from Saeed.

  11. shortpolock says:

    Alex you’re absolutely right.

    Having been where he’s at the first step he needs to do is repent, then hock the computer. Evidently it’s an access to all kinds of trouble for him.

    I repented, and the next day my child dumped a bucket of water on my macbook.

    It was so good 🙂

  12. NC says:

    That’s great to hear about the Hagerman’s heart and integrity.

  13. Josh the Baptist says:

    Covered, I’m trying not to talk about the Christian “stars” anymore. I’m learning that so much of it is a sham. I mean, we all knew the 80’s televangelists were hucksters, but it goes mush deeper than that. With the internet, everyone can have the reach of 80’s televangelist. I’m trying just to let God deal with them, and mind my own local church. If these guys can live with themselves, nothing I say is going to help anyway.

  14. Stephen says:

    I saw this on FB yesterday and wondered if the story would make it here to PP.

    This guy needs more help than he knows….perhaps (and I’m not joking here) there was some kind of messing around with his mind.

    He sure doesn’t seem to be able to see reality clearly.

  15. Linnea says:

    Saeed’s comments wreak of narcissism. Pure and simple. Doesn’t wash well with the humility we are to put on as believers.

  16. Captain Kevin says:

    Dear Lord, PLEASE don’t let those who have giving hearts fall for this man’s lies. May Your Spirit do a new work in Saeed. Let Him see Your kindness, and may it lead him to repentance. For Your glory. Amen.

  17. Pat Kirwan says:

    You should be aware that Saeed’s mental state was not caused by imprisonment in Iran. Long before he was arrested he was, as his former Idaho pastor said, “clinically delusional.” At one time in the Boise church he even started wearing long robes, grew long unkempt hair and went around acting like he was “the Elijah to come,” trying to boss people around.
    The incredible thing here isn’t that he is a guy with mental problems, but that the Church is so compromised that he managed to make his way up the ladder of Christian corporate success with the help of his scheming, complicit ex-wife, who is so skilled at this that she has played the victim card, is keeping quiet, and is hoping to come out of this smelling like roses, when she was a major deceiver for years, standing before thousands (and millions via the media) and knowingly lying.

  18. Captain Kevin says:

    Pat, is it possible that Nagmeh was threatened/coerced into that role?

  19. dusty says:

    Captain Kevin @16

    Amen

  20. Judith Spradley says:

    I agree with your statement he needs help. Maybe all of us that have posted can ask God to help him.

    I believe that would be what the Lord Jesus would want us to do instead of making making fun of him. The whole situation saddens me. Many have tried to help him. I believe the best thing we can do is pray for everyone involved . Making fun of people is never going to “restore anyone”. Only Jesus can do that.

    We have ALL sinned and fallen short.

  21. Link07 says:

    One thing that makes me raise my eybrows is how much contempt he and his current/former suporters have for Obama. Obama went out of his way to get this guy. If anything they should thank the guy.

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