Nov. 25, 2019

Suffering in Silence

by Jennifer Johnson (author's profile)


Suffering In Silence

I've been keeping quiet and praying and hoping that the Lord would touch somebody's heart to bring what I need. I have various needs which I will not go into a long drawn out conversation about.

One of the things I can't stand about asking people for things, it's always a back each or ostracism from them. If you don't want to do anything for that person, that is your choice. But don't act like because a person has a need they are a disgrace to you.

Then you begin to assassinate the person's character because they are poor. And you are abundantly blessed with money or things. Why not bless others without stipulation? But some people put stipulation on everything. If you're this type of person or this group of people, then I will support you. Basically overall, you got to meet my criteria for me to give to you.

For 23 years, I've been asking for donation even broken down the needs. People have ostracized me and ignored me. Why? Because of stipulation.

I remember having a lady who saw me walking. She said I was going to take this truckload of clothes to the thrift shop, but instead she gave them to me, someone who has lost everything. She didn't ask nor question, just blessed me. Under the sound of my voice, there are tons of billions out there who got so much money till they don't know what to do with it.

I am not going to continue to suffer in silence because of what somebody may think of me for asking for help.

I have a financial crisis. I am in need of one big check for $120,000 to come to me so I can take care of everything. The person who helps me can get a tax write off as charity. If you are interested in helping me, contact me at I will email you back.

This is not a scam. This is a person who, for real, needs help.

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Jennifer Johnson


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Cavak Posted 1 year, 1 month ago. ✓ Mailed 1 year, 1 month ago   Favorite
I'm so sorry that I gave you contact information to organizations that couldn't help you. I will try to pass on your story to other people who I think may can. And I will try to keep looking online for other places on your behalf.

I'm grateful that you remain strong and continue to speak up for yourself. Happy holidays.

Jennifer Johnson Posted 1 year ago.   Favorite
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