From Victims to Victors: Overcoming Abuse by the Power of Jesus Christ

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iUniverse, Aug 11, 2011 - Religion - 176 pages
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Young Angela wondered if she would live to see tomorrow as her abuser held her head under the water at the pond in the field behind her home. She used to feel safe here—fishing, chasing frogs, or just walking with her dog. Victoria was very afraid of her stepfather. Every time he told her to get in the car with him, she knew she would have to endure another incident of sexual abuse. She tried numerous times to tell her mother, but her mother was afraid to deal with the situation, choosing to live in denial and allowing Victoria to live in pain and anger. In From Victims to Victors, author Mark Jones shares these and other stories of abuse from victims to whom he has ministered. He tells these stories of sexual, emotional, verbal, physical, and spousal abuse to call attention to this rampant problem in today’s society. Jones points the way to healing and restoration through biblical principles. He makes it clear that a move of God’s hand can deliver victims from the power of Satan and restore them to powerful, victorious living. http://www.book2look.com/vBook.aspx?id=KrvRCUvRo5
 

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Awesome book!!!
There is hope for a life of victory after years of abuse. This book points the way to overcome and live again!!

Contents

The Call
1
The Victims
5
More Stories
20
The Origin of Abuse
36
Hereditary Evil
52
A VictimS Heart Cry
58
Jesus and the Little Ones
65
Get Involved
72
Is There Hope for Sex Offenders?
77
The Anointing
83
Renewing the Mind
92
A Mighty Army
105
Daily Medicine
113
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Mark Jones is Assistant Keeper, Department of Coins and Medals, British Museum. He is the author of "The Art of the Medal", "Medals of the Sun King", "The Dance of Death", and "Contemporary British Medals", and editor of "The Medal" and "M?dailles".

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