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I had prayed before that I would be released from painful memories of being abused sexually when I was younger.But it didn’t really start to happen until I was absolutely desperate. And it is available to you, through the death and resurrection of Jesus Christ. Everyday, I thank my God because of the redeeming grace of God, which has been given to me.At that point I told God that I would do ANYTHING, and I meant ANYTHING it would take to be healed from the torturous thoughts. Bible teacher, Beth Moore calls it a “defining moment.” A defining moment is one in which we often have to put actions to our convictions. If we do, it’s important to note that there may be additional pain involved.Those thoughts seemed to continually rape my feelings. But it’s a type of healing pain that can change the course of our/your life.And just then, a lot like the incident in the Bible in John 5, I sensed the Lord saying to me, “Do you REALLY want to be healed? Just like it is when we have surgery, if we are going to get to a better place in our health, more pain will occur. But eventually, if it is done right, we will experience healing. When I said, “yes,” it’s at that moment that I heard the words in my spirit, “Then hang onto your hat, because you have a rough journey ahead of you.” Now normally, someone who is in pain —whether emotional or physical, does not want to hear those words. Many people (other than my husband) may have wondered what was happening with me being tearful so much of the time.
We can trust Him when there is the ‘apparent absence of God.'” • “Sometimes God works through miracles and other times through the individual.” • “When we trust our lives to the unseen but ever-present God, He will write our lives into His story. How I wish I could take every tear, every fear, erase every painful memory and replace it with only good. It’s not possible because it’s all part of living in a fallen world. Christ paid the price so sin does not have to imprison us. I don’t know what your journey will be like for you to get to that place of release. If you are haunted by horrible memories from the past sexual abuse you experienced, I want you to know that you CAN experience freedom. I know because I also lived in that torturous prison for many years. However, even today, as I read or hear about the pain others are experiencing, my heart is clutched by the enormity of their pain. However, what I can do is embrace them in their pain and you in your pain, and breathe words of hope that it IS possible to be released. For this reason, there is hope and release from living life as a continual victim of the abuses of the past.If something happens to stir a memory, it’s not as if I don’t remember it, but it no longer hurts. But it’s not something that is relevant any longer to who I am or how I will live, other than the fact that it has made me more compassionate.
I am more caring toward others who have been victimized. Obviously, I don’t know what you have been through in your past.I knew this was a journey on which God was taking me, where I couldn’t invite others to travel with me.