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Episode 17 – What Does Surrendering to God Look Like in an Emotionally Abusive Relationship?

by | May 2, 2019 | Healing from Spiritual Abuse, Learning, Listener Questions, The Flying Free Podcast | 3 comments

Can a Christian woman in an abusive relationship take action against the abuse? Or is it her duty before God to surrender to it? These are the questions Rachel and Natalie discuss in today’s episode.


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3 Comments

  1. Racheal

    Lovely Ladies,
    I really found help from this podcast and I thank you. The good, the bad and the ugly. But, Jesus!

    Reply
  2. Patrica

    I am sad at the lost years as well. And Natalie your comment about “why do we try so hard to get others to understand?” is me. I spent too much time here. I also know the losses of this are so excruciating that I do not wish this process on anyone. I am sure a death is easier to deal with. God is good though and He will get me through. I am anticipating His blessings on the other side!

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  3. Marlene Holik

    This was me for 42 years! I believed that I had to honor my vows. So I took it. It led to me needing intense mental health care.
    Now an elderly widow, I feel so deprived of my adult life, like I have been terribly cheated. That led to bitterness and regret and I will never recover all those years.

    Reply

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