Spiritual Side of Domestic Violence

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SITE MAP - Spiritual Side of Domestic Violence. Org
DV Personal Stories
The Things We Don't Want To Talk About
You Are Not Alone!
Judges Chapter 19
Harpo and Sophia -- (The Color Purple)
The Signs of Abuse
Resources For Those Who Abuse
Domestic Violence/Abuse Courses
An Open Letter to Pastors
There Is Nothing New Under The Sun
Preach the Word!
The Wrong Advice
Thus Saith the Lord
She Was Married To Christ First
Biblical Submission
Domestic Violence And Alcohol
Happily Ever After
Teen Dating and Violence
My Favorite Hymns and Prayers
Links - When It Is Time To Leave
Resources For Church Leaders
Visit My Store
Man Is Defiled From Within
Profile of the Sociopath
Can Abusers Change?
Should I Forgive My Abuser?
You Are So Sensitive
Myths That Can Destroy A Marriage
Domestic Violence/The Workplace
Male Victims of Domestic Violence
Domestic Violence and Abusive Women
Domestic Violence and Advertising

"So faith come by hearing, and hearing by the word of Christ."
Romans 10:17


No doubt there will be both Christian and non-Christians viewing my website. I would like to say to the abused non-Christians, please don’t view this site as assistance for Christians only. Even if you have not accepted Jesus as your personal Savior, He still loves you-and bids you, “Come.”

Many non-Christian’s are turned off from Christianity and the non-sense that is often encountered in American churches. I realize this, and I appeal to you to not let anyone, or any situation hinder you from developing a relationship with Jesus Christ. For here is the thing, you can stop believing, choose to turn your back on Him, or just view Christianity as something for fanatics to get riled up about. But guess what?

Non-belief doesn’t make God or Jesus Christ non-existent. Nor does it void the Power of the gospel. And it certainly does not erase the fact that someday, “Every knee shall bow, and every tongue confess that Jesus is Lord,” (Philippians 2:10; Matthew 28:18;).

God has given us free will. It is up to you to choose to live entirely on your own in this fallen and dying world. Or, you can come to know the Peace of God while you still have time. This relationship won’t make your personal world perfect, for in this life we will have trouble and tribulations. However, wouldn’t it be much better to go through our brief existence with a Powerful Savior, than to rely on flesh and blood?

If you are skeptical that the Word of God is true, read it and compare it to our world. Just view the world from a biblical perspective, and you will see how very true and perfectly clear the Word is. For too long man has claimed that the bible was written by mere men. If that were the case, it would be worded a whole lot different than it is. You would see more of, “It’s your thing, do what you wanna do!” Instead, of “Thou shalt not,” the bible would read, “Do as thy please!” Isn’t that consensus of our world today?

The best place to start to building your faith in God is by reading the bible. Here is a link to a site where you can read the bible online, and access scripture verses quickly, http://www.jrsbible.info/bible.htm. It is called, THE BIBLE ON ONE SHEET OF PAPER. Someone put a lot of time and effort into this site, it is a wonderful tool. You will also find different versions of the bible, and bible helps you will find using this link, http://www.biblegateway.com/resources/. If there is something that I can help you to understand, I will do my best to answer any questions that you may have.

Just send me a private email by clicking on my mailbox.





Ladies, it is time we increased, revised, obtained, beg, borrow, and get by any means necessary-SOLID STANDARDS!


We must think more highly of ourselves, not in a proud ungodly way. But in a way that people we meet will know that we mean business! If we don’t have personal standards, we leave room for people to treat us any way they so desire. Love is a wonderful thing, but we should not be willing to suffer and die for it from mistreatment. We must teach people how to treat us. Otherwise, they will think it is ok to run amuck with our feelings, our bodies, our finances, and whatever God has blessed us with.



It is possible to be humble, and strong at the same time. Jesus was the most humble being that ever walked this earth. And yet, He was STRONG, CONVICTED, DETERMINED, OBEDIENT, and He didn’t accept foolishness. For too long, we as women have tried to be superwomen just to fit in, and be accepted. Those dumb commercials that depict women “frying up the bacon” and bringing it home too is the world’s view of a robot. We get tired, weary, wore out, frustrated, and feel unloved at times because we are human. If you feel this way at times, OWN IT! There is nothing wrong with that. We all need times of refreshing. We must learn to take time for ourselves.



A woman of principle is one who commands respect! She doesn’t have to verbally demand it, but her aura reeks of low tolerance for anything less. We must learn to walk with our backs straight, heads held high, and smile. We are “fearfully and wonderfully made” by the Creator Himself. We must smile within our souls, for we have a Father who loves us, and provides for us. Even when others walk out and forsake us, our Father NEVER will! We are not alone, for we are many-women of excellence.



We must learn to see ourselves as God sees us, PRECIOUS IN HIS SIGHT! Jesus Christ died for us, even when we were not worth dying for. That alone should let us know that we are WORTH SOMETHING TO SOMEONE! So hold your head up high! Brush off your mistakes and keep moving. We still, by the grace of God, have a lot of living to do.


Don’t let anyone steal your joy; fill your heart with bitterness; bring you down or turn your around.


Claim the promises of God for yourselves; own them; live them; and don’t accept anything less.



In His Name!







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Scripture taken from the NEW AMERICAN STANDARD BIBLE®,© Copyright 1960, 1962, 1963, 1968, 1971, 1972, 1973, 1975, 1977, 1995 by The Lockman Foundation - Used by permission. (www.Lockman.org)
Also using scripture from the KJV where noted.

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