Suicide and death are such a common theme among incest survivors. You know why? It’s all murder, that’s why.
I only saw my father a handful of times after that. He had chosen deceit and the battle between us was on.
About six months before this illness, I’d dreamt that my father was milling about his house. The dream began with a man crawling in a downstairs window at my dad’s house. He stayed in the house a long time. The dream finished with my father walking away from the house with a limp. It was strange to me at the time but also something I couldn’t ignore.
I prayed about the dream. I knew that the man who crawled through my dad’s window was evil. It was like death had come in. I opened my bible and ironically read about a six-month period. Strange to me, but notable, I looked ahead on the calendar six months and made note of it. Almost to the day six months later, my father entered the hospital – fighting for his life.
When Dad returned home from the hospital – yep, he walked with a limp.
Was this odd dream a prophecy fulfilled?From A Prisoner by No Crime of My Own, Chapter 8 – Prophecy
Incest carries with it a death sentence. It’s design is to destroy. We are in a real battle of life and death. As a follower of Jesus Christ, I win that battle because He already fought and won it for me. And I believe, “that he understands and knows me . . . that he exercises kindness, justice and righteousness on earth. . .” Jeremiah 9:24.
Let him do the fighting for you. Let go and let God.
Father, today I come to you with the courage to ask you to protect those innocent victims that are being abused by the hands of the enemy. Stop that antagonistic spirit from harming the innocent. Thy kindgom come, thy will be done on earth as it is in heaven. Amen.