A Cry For Justice

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

FAQ Highlight — Should a domestic abuse victim just put up with being abused?

Many abuses victims have been told by “well-meaning” people something like this: ‘God does not give you more than you can bear. It is His will that you are in this marriage, and He has called you to suffer patiently for Him in it.’ Thus, they (abuse victims) are made to feel doubly guilty when they consider leaving their abuser. The more committed to Christ the victim is, the more she suffers the pangs of guilt due to this “helpful” advice. [Jeff Crippen]

Because many victims are given this erroneous advice, we have compiled posts that discuss what Scriptures says about meritorious suffering, fleeing from persecution, and when is suffering God’s will under the FAQ: “Blessed are those who are persecuted for righteousness’ sake” … so should I just put up with being abused? 

2 Comments

  1. Herjourney

    Suffering for rightiousness sake…
    Is taking a stand against evil in the church and against any kind of abuse in close relationship.
    if God is calling you out of any form of abuse. Be assured the enemy hates it!
    Suffering for Christ has a cost. Standing alone is a high price to pay.
    Trusting God and walking by faith is the key to your freedom.
    Don’t look back! Wait on God’s perfect timing. He is right beside you. His angels incamp all around you. Believe!

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