A Cry For Justice

Awakening the Evangelical Church to Domestic Violence and Abuse in its Midst

Please Continue to Pray for Justice

Most of you read the recent post asking for prayer for a victim who faces losing her home at the hands of a wicked attorney who has grossly over charged her and has placed a lien on her house, threatening to foreclose and evict her.

This is a call to all of our readers to continue in diligent prayer against this evil and for all this wickedness to be exposed and justice rendered. The Lord is mighty. Let’s call on Him to glorify Himself in this and cause the wicked to fear Him. We will announce what the Lord does in answer to these prayers so we can all be encouraged and praise Him.

 

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15 Comments

  1. Rebecca

    Crying out for the God of Justice to speedily hear the cries of the oppressed.

  2. anon

    I will be faithful in prayer.

    • Thanks Anon
      I changed your screen name for your safety’s sake.

      Bless you for praying for this lady. 🙂

      I encourage you to check out our New Users Info page as it gives tips for how to guard your safety while commenting on the blog.

  3. healinginhim

    Praying.

  4. Anonymous

    My heart is heavy for this woman and her children. There are no words adequate to describe such injustice. We look at such evil without ever being able to understand the cold-heartedness of it all. We look for a solution; it does not come. We look for answers; they ‘seem’ to go unanswered. We look for comfort; but we can only weep. But then we remember the promises of our Father! We run to the feet of Jesus. He greets us with open arms. He tells us, “Come unto to Me all who are weary and heavy laden and I will give you rest.” And we must cling to the promise in 2 Chronicles 20 where the Lord says, “Do not be afraid or discouraged because of this vast army. For the battle is not yours, but God’s. You will not have to fight this battle. Take up your position; stand firm and see the deliverance the Lord will give you.” I would like to encourage my dear sister in Christ to cling to these promises and welcome in the New Year starting tonight, believing and knowing beyond ALL doubt God will take care of you and your children and you need not fear. It is His promise. And we love and serve a promise- keeping God – Who all power is at his command. Do not fix your eyes on your circumstances; fix your eyes on Him. And rest in His arms tonight and enjoy sweet sleep. The battle is His and therefore He claims ownership.

  5. Anotheranon

    Praying for God to stop the legal action against this family.

  6. a prodigal daughter returns

    Let God arise and His enemies be scattered, we stand with our sister in prayer and support knowing that she will be avenged in a powerful way. Bring relief, bring comfort, bring hope, bring courage, assurance and support to your daughter and confuse, blind and scatter the persecutor.

  7. fiftyandfree

    I can barely stand to hear this. I had an evil attorney as well who took me for $25,000 and did absolutely nothing to protect my interests in my divorce. I ended up having to find a new attorney just weeks before the trial and I had no choice but to file bankruptcy because of my legal debt. I remember the post but I couldn’t bring myself to read it because it brought back such painful memories, but my heart goes out to this woman and her children and I will pray for them.

  8. Brenda R

    I will continue to pray. Is something like GoFundMe an option?

    • Jeff Crippen

      Thank you! No gofundme but funds can be mailed to Christ Reformation Church, 7450 Alderbrook Rd., Tillamook, Or 97141 and we will certainly forward them to her.

  9. Still Reforming

    Thank you for this reminder. I’m praying the words requested along with Psalm 109 (changing the words re: his children and family for protection and provision for them). Praying for her and her children’s ongoing health and that they remain in that home. Thank you for the continued updates.

  10. Innoscent

    I also appreciate the reminder to pray for our sister severely tried. I can’t wait to see what Our Lord has already prepared. 1 Corinthians 10.13.

  11. Another Survivor

    Hi Jeff,

    I just recently came across Barbara Roberts and have emailed her regarding a few issues of my own. As I am reading this (as recommended by Barbara) I cannot help but speak up and encourage this woman with my own “house” story. My Husband and I separated some years ago. Within hours being kicked out of our marital home ‘once again’ by my abusive husband and being forced to seek a roof crying to God outside a shop feeling lost, I was given a 3 bedroom fully furnished house for myself and my children by a sister in law who saw me outside the shop. God provided nothing but a miracle for myself and my several children. I was battered bruised beaten helpless and homeless. The next year I was missing my house and prayed and asked God for “my house” back. Within days my husband came and told me he had a dream, God told him to give me and our kids my house back. :)) so we moved back into the house and he and his lover moved out according to his arrangements. I’m believing God will and can do the same for this situation. Jeremiah 32:27 says (paraphrased by me) … That He is the God of All flesh. Is there Anything too hard for me??

    Question mark at the end of that scripture. Its up to us to answer that. Its a challenge from.God to believe that He is All in All….. My answer to that…. You are My God, and no Lord, nothing that I have been faced with has been too hard for You Lord… All I can do is trust in you. :’). :’)

    God bless I’m prayn for you…..

    • Hi dear sister, glad you have come to the blog. 🙂 You will see I changed your screen name – for safety’s sake it is not usually a good idea to give your real name as a screen name on this blog. I also airbrushed dates and figures from your comment, for the same reason.

      Please check out our New Users Info page as it gives tips for how to guard your safety while commenting on the blog.

      Thanks for your encouraging story.

    • Brenda R

      Another Survivor
      Your story brings tears to my eyes and joy to my soul. God bless you for telling. God bless our Sister through her valley.

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