Todays blog post is a little bit more sensitive than the others. I know that people have a very hard time opening up about abuse and about their abusive stories. I do want people to know that they are not in any way expected to do such. Abuse is something very hard for people to open up about and sometimes its something they don’t even know they’ve been through. Even though things such as abuse happen to those, Jesus still loves those who have been through that stuff.
Jesus knows what abuse feels like; he was abused all the way up to the cross. He was brutally beaten until he could barely breathe. He understands the way it feels to be hurt and beat and abused. You are never alone with anything.
Psalms 147:4 “He heals the brokenhearted and binds up their wounds.” This verse right here, describes everything Jesus does for us in life! Jesus will not let the devil keep you in a place if he has every reason to pull you out. He will, however, leave the devil alone if you are not saved, if you don’t trust Jesus with your whole heart, etc. So, when we are hurt or abused or anything, Jesus will not let anyone hurt us with out having a possibility of healing us and binding the wounds.
Through out the entire Bible Jesus tells us that if we believe in him with our entire heart, he will not let us fall so low in life to the point where we can’t get back up. In Matthew 5:4 Jesus says “Those who mourn are blessed, for they will be comforted.” I love this verse because Jesus is basically saying whenever you need a hug, I am there. I know that whenever I am feeling hurt that Jesus is never going to leave my side no matter what.
Abuse is never something to mess with and it is an extremely serious situation no matter what. Peoples feelings are at stake as well as there well being. Jesus can sometimes only do so much for a situation, so, if you ever feel like you need any help; please do not ever feel like you can’t get help! Someone is always going to be there to help you no matter what.
Stay Strong my friends. Don’t give up.
Peace Out – Kiley
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