Exodus and Freedom from Abuse

God provided a way out of abuse and slavery for His children.

A Cry For Justice

This post has been written by one of our readers — Still Scared (but getting angry).

I have often asked for prayer and specifically asked people not to pray for my abusive ex-husband, nor tell me they are praying for him. I have gotten the impression from some people — and sometimes been told outright — that I am wrong to make this request and am being ungodly and harsh. Let us look at what God thinks.

The Israelites were in a place the kids and I were.

The Israelites groaned in their slavery and cried out and their cry for help because of their slavery went up to God. God heard their groaning and He remembered His covenant with Abraham, with Isaac and with Jacob. So God looked on the Israelites and was concerned about them. (Exodus 2:21-25 NIV)

The kids and I were groaning; we did not recognize…

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About Dale Ingraham @ Speaking Truth In Love Ministries

We started Speaking truth in love Ministries to address the issue of sexual abuse within the faith community. My wife, Faith, is a survivor of many years of abuse by her father who was a pastor at the time. We go into churches, colleges and conferences to speak about this issue.
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1 Response to Exodus and Freedom from Abuse

  1. You are right on. I don’t believe God ever intended for a person to be in bondage to anyone but, by choice, Him. That is a true love bond, because God never abuses His children.

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