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Three Terrifying Words — 6 Comments

  1. It hurt to read this. I wonder how many young girls and ladies go through this and never tell. It hurts even more to know you can’t trust your church leaders.

    • There are many grown women today walking around carrying a lot of shame from events in their younger years that have been locked and hidden away. The sad part of it though is they do not realize the impact it has on who they are today. I want women to walk in freedom not unnecessary shame.

    • Yes, talk to our children about these issues. However, I think it’s how the enemy works. He knows our children are trusting. And he knows how to twist lies so that it impacts their hearts the most. So I’m a big advocate of not just talking to my children about these possibilities, but praying for hedges of protection around them as well. Greater is He that is in us than he that is in the world.

  2. Thank you for sharing your story. I also have heard these words as a young girl from a trusted neighbor. Children are also vulnerable and so trusting. With Jesus there is hope and healing. God bless you.

    • I’m sorry that you have words such as these as a young girl. I pray that this has been something that you have been able to process as an adult and not allow it to have power in your life. If not, I strongly encourage you to reach out and share with someone so that you can begin to heal.

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