How Do You Walk Through This Season of S-U-F-F-E-R-I-N-G?
The path to recovery is ling and steep, with deliberate steps needed to leave the ditch. But don’t languish in shame over something that wasn’t your fault. Gain emotional wholeness on the Road to Transformation, where hope and healing abound!
S Seek God’s supernatural help to overcome the negative consequences of rape (1 John 5:14-15).
U Understand that no one is protected from tragedy (Matthew 5:45).
F Forgive the offender, and leave the revenge to God. Ask God for the power of Christ to do this in you – you cannot do it yourself (Romans 12:19).
F Forgive others – family members and friends who have let you down (Colossians 3:23).
E Exchange you old identity for your new identity in the person of Christ (Galatians 2:20).
R Remember, the Lord is your Shepherd (Psalm 23:1-2)
I Incorporate reading and meditating on Scripture along with listening to praise music as a daily habit (Psalm 119:50).
N Notice and encourage other around you who are hurting. Your sensitivity and compassion for others will be a blessing to them and healing to you (2 Corinthians 1:3-4).
G Glorify Christ by allowing His splendor to be displayed through you (Isaiah 49:1-2).
- Facing Reality (ssaitco.wordpress.com)
- Knowing The Love of God (applesogold.com)
- Humility, Imperfections and Acceptance (expressionsbyacg.wordpress.com)
- Know Your Worth; In God’s Eyes (loveisasacrifice.wordpress.com)
- Forgiven and Free (isaacwakweyika.wordpress.com)
- Our Weaknesses Made Strong Through Christ (refrazelle.wordpress.com)
- Standing up For & With Survivors (ssaitco.wordpress.com)