Justified Answers for Abuse

What are the justified answers for abuse?

Abuse rates are soaring, and scores of people are living in fear and with oppression. People are looking for justified answers for child abuse, child sexual abuse and heinous acts of violence. They’re looking for real solutions that will put an end to gun violence and the atrocities of war.

To find the justified answers for abuse, you must shift your focus from the psychological theories to the “heart” of a person. It’s the heart of a person that needs to be explored, understood and cleansed to receive genuine healing.


Humanity tends to think that we have the correct diagnosis and answers for abuse. We believe that we can solve our problems in life by psychological theories. Perhaps we “think” too much and simply fail to “believe” the Word our heavenly Father has given us.


Humanity tends to think that the battles fought in a person’s mind. We believe that a mental deficit can cause people to commit heinous acts of abuse and violence. That abuse is a learned behavior that is inherited from childhood experiences. We believe that abuse is a normal condition of life due to childhood abuse or witnessing violence in the home.


The Heart of Abuse

Create a Clean HeartHowever, the battle’s genuinely fought in a person’s heart. The real struggle is the heart’s desire for good or evil.

The heart of a good man (or woman), an upright man (or woman) in the Lord, will have good treasures in his (or her) heart and bring forth that which is good.

The heart of an evil man (or woman), an individual lost in the darkness of sin, will have evil treasures in his (or her) heart and bring forth that which is evil.

The heart of a man (or woman) that desires evil causes them to commit heinous acts of abuse and violence. It is a normal condition of life due to being lost in the darkness of sin.


As Jesus said;

A good man out of the good treasure of his heart bringeth forth that which is good; and an evil man out of the evil treasure of his heart bringeth forth that which is evil: for of the abundance of the heart his mouth speaketh. Luke 6: 45 KJV


Out of the abundance of the heart, the mouth speaks and you take action. What’s in your heart, good or evil are projected outward towards other people. The contents of your heart are cast outward in words you speak and actions you make.

The condition of your heart is clearly evident in your actions and reactions to other people. The heart of a person committing acts of abuse or violence has a desire for evil and does that which is evil.


And Jesus said,

And Jesus said, Are ye also yet without understanding? Do not ye yet understand, that whatsoever entereth in at the mouth goeth into the belly, and is cast out into the draught? But those things which proceed out of the mouth come forth from the heart; and they defile the man. For out of the heart proceed evil thoughts, murders, adulteries, fornications, thefts, false witness, blasphemies: These are the things which defile a man: but to eat with unwashen hands defileth not a man. Matthew 15:16 – 20 KJV


On this blog, we will continue to explore the heart of abuse or root of the problem. This blog is going to help you understand the truth about why people commit such heinous acts of violence. It will help individuals who have suffered from abuse or violence to find genuine healing.


The Book

In the book (Heart of Abuse), I am going to recount a true story that is as old as time itself. It’s the story of humanity, the knowledge of good and evil, enmity of war and the heart of man.

This book will help you understand;

  1. Why mental health professionals are off the mark in diagnosing the real causes of abuse and violence.
  2. Why humanity’s solutions are like putting a band-aid on an amputated limb, that’s bleeding.
  3. Why our laws will never work to stop the epidemic of abuse and violence.
  4. What the imaginations of evil in the heart of man are and how they affect you.
  5. Why we need to shift our focus off the mind and concentrate on the heart of a person.
  6. What walking in darkness is, who the supreme ruler of darkness is and how you are affected.
  7. How to find genuine healing for abuse and violence.


I’m passionate about helping the oppressed because I walked a mile in their shoes. I endured abuse as a child and domestic violence as a young adult. I lived in the darkness with fear and suffered through oppression. I understand the realities of abuse and found the justified answers for genuine healing.


This blog and the book (Heart of Abuse) will change your perspective and help you find genuine healing. It will provide you with hope and opportunities to help others.  It will show you the way to live an abundant life without the burden of sin. Readers will find salvation for a weary soul and peace that surpasses all understanding.

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