One Sunday, the Pastor Daniel told of two sisters he met doing some missions work overseas. He described how one had been repeatedly violated by a family member, while the other sister had been thought sleeping in the room and therefore had witnessed her siblings abuse. Oh the torment of soul she carried, and Pastor D explained that you don't have to be the physical victim in order to be abused. As he shared that story, something within me began to violently shake and quake. I found it near impossible to breath, and
Do you suffer from nightmares or have trouble sleeping at night, either from fearful anticipation of dreams and remembrances or perhaps some form of insomnia? I'm telling my story for you and over the next few blog posts I'm going to share what the Lord taught me to take hold of (appropriate) His promise for sweet sleep!
Launching a new series of posts on my deliverance from recurring dreams and nightmares that began in my early 30's, and what the Lord instructed me to do about them.
That’s when she told my mom about the abuse she had suffered at the hands of my dad as a young girl. That conversation led my mom to talk to my other two sisters, who both told a similar story. Then they asked me…. had dad every approached me sexually? Of course not! (I had the perfect childhood. Remember?)….