I am not dismayed about being an evil magnet. Actually I take great joy from the experience. Many talk about seeing the light of the kingdom manifest. Of course it is a noble desire but foolishly imagined by most. Manifested darkness is the concomitant that is required for the glory of the light to be perceived. Even in the creation story there was darkness then there was light.
The dark canvas of evil is the ideal forum for the light of Christ to be revealed. I recently had an imagination of how the light of Christ's love would apply itself to evil. It is not as one would think. I imagined Alsup coming to me with his confession of the evil practices performed upon me. In this thought I was confronted with the temptation to expose this for my vindication or to gnash it as a private matter at my expense. What was true to the love of Christ was obvious. I don't fancy this imagination to have much possibility in reality but if I should ever receive a private confession I will not make it public. The spiritual practice within this imagination had substantive value. I showed me again how God manifest His kingdom against the kingdom of evil. Triumphs and over coming are real, just not consistent with the ways of men.
Though the darkness of evil attacked Dorean it was necessary for the light of truth to be more perfectly manifested. In the end are the complaining and doubts will be shamed. All the fruit inspectors will be left with their rotten fruit. Evil will be ideally exposed and God and His children shall stand triumphant. It can be no other way. God was never letting evil prevail from any station of slack. He was only allowing the various manifestations to become incorporated into the light. The blacker the darkness the more spectacular the light in revelation. Dorean will sparkle as the sovereign gift against the backdrop of the darkness that magnified it.