Broken Trust: Reclaiming Hope in the Face of Adversity

9781522731894: Broken Trust: Reclaiming Hope in the Face of Adversity

She had always dreamed of having children of her own. She used to dream of how many children she wanted, what they would look like, and what kind of mother she would be. Then the painful truth emerged that she could not achieve that dream, but she could have a different dream. She was warned by the Spirit of God not to adopt children. She did it anyway, and the nightmare began. She loved God, but she wanted her own way. She adopted children, and woke up the child molester. Then the true fight for her family began. In the fight, she learned that the enemy took the natural process of puberty, and used that natural process to create the wrong kind of sex drive in the pubescent male child. The sex hormone is natural, right, and good, but the imagination, the thought, the sexual fantasy coupled with the sex hormone creates a sex drive for children in the male child who grows into a man that destroys his life and the lives of little girls and little boys closest to him. However, God the creator of man is greater than any sex drive in man. Christ Jesus defeated sin in the flesh. This wife and mother believed that with all of her heart. She believed that Christ is greater than any sex hormone and sexual fantasy in man's imagination. Therefore, she stood her ground in the face of all who tried destroy her family and put her down because she chose to stay married and honor her marriage vows: "In Sickness and in Health." When her family was taken from her, God gave her family back to her. She had to fight the fight of faith to recover her family, but God makes all things new. God gave her the victory. This is her story. "Greater love hath no man than this that a man lay down his life for his friends." (John 15:13) More and more sexual entertainment networks and companies are displaying ads of younger and younger children to promote their businesses. Sexual acts of all types are available for teenagers and children to watch 24/7, 365 days a year. Increasingly more teenagers and children may be exposed to this explicit sexual material, and their parents and caregivers will need resources to help their children. An option to pay for these resources may be special taxes and fees on the profits of these companies that provide sexually explicit acts and images to children under 18 years of age.

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