What the Church Needs to Know about SRA: Introduction and Video

Most of the church has at least heard of satanic ritual abuse.

Hollywood has been talking about it. It has been depicted within horror movies for quite some time.

However, there has been hundreds of thousands of people who have reported that these are not just fictional events.

As time passes many are facing the fact that it is real.

Ritual Abuse is Real and with the increase of technology it is being revealed to the public. In the 1980’s there was a gush of reports after the publication of a testimony many came forth to say that they had been abused in this manner. During this, some cases were filed and there were convictions. However this was hushed. This is not going away. Here we go again with many people coming forth talking about things that were once thought to be fictional.

Ritual abuse is biblical. Moses spoke about the practice of burning children in the book of Deuteronomy (18:10). Jeremiah spoke about the same practice in 2 Kings (16:3) and 2 Kings (23:10). Again Jeremiah addressed it in the book of Jeremiah (32-35) . When he wrote about the valley of slaughter. There are many references to children being passed through the fire. Yet, some believers still carry their bibles around and forget that it says that there is nothing new under the sun. Ancient evil is not dead.

Their is also scientific documentation. Many accredited mental health professional were hushed after the gush of reports in the 1980’s. Yet, there are again teams of them collecting documentation and offering help for the victims.

Some believers have joined the effort to help the victims. Remember that Jesus spent most of his time here on earth loving those who the world had deemed unworthy of assistance.

In order to be the Body of Christ we are called to stand with victims of abuse. I am a survivor who healed at the hand of God. He wanted me to be all that he created me to be. This is no different for any other Victim of SRA. It is the churches Job to do all they can to assist those in need. It is a big job, but we are only the servants of God and he can do all things.

So how is the Church doing?

In my own experience the Church failed. In general we are great need of wisdom.

I was abused inside a decoy church. This group of satanists were wrongfully considered fine Christian folk. As I learned I have discovered that these false churches are common. They are not the real church.

There were a few true believers in my life during the abuse. However, each one of them were turned against me. The witches would often tell the christian that I was a witch. Or that I was a little vixen who intended to turn the heads of the other children. I am not angry any longer but I do see that it needed to be noted that this is what happens when believers lack discernment. They become controlled by witches. This is why those of us with the gift of discernment are often targeted by the occult. They work hard to pressure anyone who weakens their ability to hide.

Working with other survivors I see that the church has a lot to work on. This type of failure is common.

It is hard to deal with. Most often survivors begin the healing process with recovering flashes of memories that no one involved finds understandable. They will spurt out things like, “I just remembered eating human flesh.” .Be aware that this is not by accident that the occult plans for this to happen. It makes people want to dismiss them. Don t dismiss them. Doing that does not make it go away.

Often Church members say destructive things to us. Many report being told that they should just move forward and get over it. While we often forgive an abuser we dismiss the needs of the victims. This is how victims become abusers. They don’t see that they have a choice but to defend their selves with majic.

We have been taught not to judge. Yet, many will judge the healing process off a victim because they don’t want to face that the abuse is real.

The shame is often put onto the victim. I was told that I could not have been abused if I had not done something wrong. I hear other survivors say this same thing. This is a gross distortion of scripture. In my case as with others our parents opened the door to the abuse with their sin.

In the defense of the church I will say that this is a difficult subject manner. It is hard for people to accept that these things are real. No one wants to think that these things are really happening. Survivors often report being plagued with the need to deny it themselves. Why would so many of us make up stories like this. And how could so many of the reports have identical scenes. There is nothing new under the sun and people are still bringing their children to rituals in exchange for favor with mankind’s enemy.

The events that took place during these rituals are made to be so bizarre that no one will believe the victim. It is a rally bad spot to be in.

The occult has been doing this a long time. Hiding and distorting people in their formative years has been working for them. We have however the favor of the All Mighty who never leaves us of forsakes us. They lost a long time ago.

In this series I will not only explain what the church has done wrong, but demystify what the occult hides.

I have found healing and been commanded to share it. Once a person understands what is going on inside the victim they are able to assist them and bring them to the place in the Kingdom of Heaven that they were created for.

Published by Robyn

Robyn has found refuge from satanic ritual abuse. After, many years of suffering the effects of mind control programming she committed to a life of repentance and prayer. Two hours of prayer every day reformed her way of thinking. This process of slow change has flipped the damages done during her childhood inside out. Now she lives a life of abundance and safety. God did this. This divine process began before she realized it. With divine encouragement she earned a degree in communications and sharped her writing talent. She shares her healing in a book titled, Refusing the Occult. With her ability to describe the events she shows that Jesus never left her. He has been with her throughout the abuse and its effects. Nearly, every request that she has made of God has been given to her in his perfect timing and way. Robyn lives with her husband and is active in ministry in Missouri where she rejoices in all things. The truth has set her free.

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