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TAALK WITH GOD

January 3 - Intercessory Prayer for the Child Sexual Abuse Pandemic

January 3

For God hath not given us the spirit of fear; but of power, and of love, and of a sound mind. 2 Timothy 2:17 (KJV)

 

Oh God, our Mighty Creator, I stand on this truth today and ask that you would pour your incredible spirit down over every child who is being sexually abused. Father God they need to know you are there with them. They need to see you, hear you, feel you and know that you will carry them through these darkest hours. I pray that your presence, even now in this moment, would restore their sense of power and dignity. I pray your perfect love would come over them casting out all fear. I pray you would return to them a sound mind and the ability to take every thought captive. I pray this in Jesus Holy and All Powerful Name.

2 Timothy 2:17 - Hebrews 13:5 - 1 John 4:18 - 2 Corinthians 10:5

January 5 - Intercessory Prayer for the Child Sexual Abuse Pandemic

January 5

and the two will become one flesh.’ So they are no longer two, but one flesh. Mark 10:8 (NIV)

 

Jehovah Rapha, we need your healing touch. I recognize the joining as one flesh. between every child who was sexually abused and their abuser, as an ungodly union. I bring all of these unions under the blood of Jesus for complete dissolution and pray that you would separate their souls and restore them to their original state before the abuse began. I forbid any further spiritual activity to move between them again and pray that the severed ends would be sealed by the blood of The Lamb so they can never be reconnected again in the name of Jesus of Nazareth.

Mark 10:8

Speaking About Childhood Sexual Abuse and Full Restoration From the Pulpit

Statistics show that twenty percent of the population are direct survivors of childhood sexual abuse. That doesn't include the parents, siblings, spouses, and children of those survivors who have likely spent a lifetime watching their loved one struggle; not knowing why or not knowing how to help even if they knew why. 

How many survivors are in your congregation?  Do you know who they are?  Are you comfortable being the one they tell?  Do you boldly share the full Gospel - that Jesus not only died for our sins but that Jesus came to heal the brokenhearted and set the captives free?  That he came not only to get us into heaven but to get heaven into us? The Lord's prayer says "thy kingdom come, thy will be done, on earth as it is in heaven" - God's will is for heaven to come to earth and be present in each one of our lives.

Jesus Came to Heal the Brokenhearted and Set the Captives Free

Survivors of childhood sexual abuse and their families need to know that they are not alone. They need to know that there is hope for freedom from the flashbacks, depression, insomnia, fear, anger, bitterness, substance abuse, and more. They are looking for hope, they are praying for freedom - you have the answer - Jesus. My hope here is to inspire you to present the ministry of Jesus, maybe in a new light, so that believers and unbelievers alike would finally be set free from the snare of the enemy (abuse) by the truth of God's word and the blood of the lamb. 

Below are some examples of using the pulpit as a means to acknowledge the captives, teach them the truth of God's word, the full breadth of Jesus' ministry, and how to apply this to their lives. If you have some good examples that you would like to share, please email us.