Child Abuse: Miracles Do Happen

by Yvonne
(Windermere, United Kingdom)

I know, without doubt, that families are Eternal and that we are ALL children of heavenly parents, on loan to our birth parents. When we procreate and bring to Earth our sacred children. No greater gift could be given to us than to share procreation with our Eternal Parents.

I had a disturbed and often abusive childhood, as many do. Some do better than others at rising above childhood traumas. Often we need help along the way. I have been blessed to nurture three wonderful young men. I am also a grandmother of a beautiful six-year-old little girl. My healing from life's pain comes from all my children and a loving husband. I want to return my children to God some day and for Him to say to me, "Well done". I already have the love and respect of my children. Happiness is truly found when we treat others with respect and dignity.

I am blessed to have taken out sacred covenants with God and have a marriage, not just for this life, for all eternity. My children are sealed to me through covenant also.

Five years ago we were caught up in the U.K Family Courts Forced Adoption scandal, suspected of physically abusing the youngest member of our family. 5000 children have been forcibly removed from their parents in the U.K between 2000 and 2008, placed for adoption on flawed medical evidence. Our grandchild would have been one of those, but we had American doctors whose evidence made us innocent and our grandchild is now known as "THE ONE THAT GOT AWAY". I know she is still with her birth family because God knew we were innocent and she is sealed to us.

She was born at 25.5 weeks gestation by emergency caesarean section, still born, resuscitated twice. She spent over 10 weeks in intensive care, in UCSD San Diego. Those doctors and nurses kept her alive with drugs and tubes in an incubator. Her very existence is our miracle. We would be blind if we did not see that. The gates of hell opened when they tried to take her away, but legions of Angels protected her and us.

No matter what happens to you in this life, be assured there is a much greater purpose in eternity and this life is like the blink of an eye in comparison. God can heal everything and we are all his children. He will punish those who abuse. We simply have to try and forgive, so that we too can be forgiven.

I know God lives, I know He loves us and I know he listens when we pray. I know His Son, Jesus Christ, is my redeemer and that He died for us so that we could return to our heavenly parents and live for eternity with Him someday.

"Lean not unto thine own understanding. In all thy ways acknowledge Him and He will direct thy path." HE KNOWS ALL, HE SEES ALL, and HE IS IN CHARGE.

God bless you all.

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