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Discussion in 'Updates & Information' started by user12009, Aug 25, 2019.
Somebody help me to delete my account here on this board.
Ajay, you've been on PB since 2012 and we hate to see you go. This seems out of the blue. Is there anything wrong or is this just a time to move on decision? If you are determined to leave the board, a moderator or admin can close your account. We can remove your identifying info, but as policy we don't delete accounts, as it affects every thread you've participated in or started.
Maybe a change in User Name and Avatar to blur the back trail if the user is trying to deal with an issue?
Thanks; not our first rodeo. I left this public since Ajay chose to broadcast to the board updates and faq forum, so that folks might encourage him or if it is an issue with other members to clear the air, etc. at least before he departs.
I am really sorry for not mentioning my problem here. The issues are personal. I dont have any personal issues or misunderstandings from the fellow members in this board. I am here for almost 7 years and learned a lot from reading from this board. My understanding of reformed doctrine starts from this board and so many brothers and sisters encouraged me through thier posts.
Presently I am going through so much of difficulties and feeling like all the doctrines, knowledge fall infront of me which questions my faith in God. This is one of the reason I want to delete my account. If the deletion of account is not possible, it is okay for me to be inactive. Sorry for troubling.
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Ajay, I will deactivate in about a day to give you time to change your mind and afterward you can always contact the board to reactivate. No one wants to pry, but please feel free to contact members if you need help/advice. That's partly why this online community exists.
Sorry to hear that, praying that our good Father would uphold you and give you clarity and assurance.
I hope you will return soon, AJAY.
Will pray for your situation. We may not know all the details, but our heavenly Father does.