What the Church Needs to Know about SRA: Part 2: Safety

Safety is pivotal and easily obtained. We only have to accept it. That is the hard part.

A common flaw in believers is that we don’t accept our blessings. The enemy counts on this. He scares us when we are safe. As the Lord goes ahead and makes a way he knocks us off the path keeping our heads spinning.

This is a general problem for believers that is turned up for those who are under direct occult suppression. Turned up on to turbo light speed.

We (ritual abuse survivors ) experience this at a highly profound level. As, we reach for God our enemy takes notice.

With the use of Gang stalking techniques we experience events like coming home to find out that our furniture has been rearranged. This is just one example. Yes, this sounds like fiction. The enemy counts on that too. We dare not tell anyone for fear of being viewed as insane. And that just causes the victim to feel alone. Devils have been tricking people a long time and they know what works.

Gang Stalking is effective because one or more of the stalkers befriend the victim. They open windows and make keys for a gang of satanist to use. Even children are used in these ancient practices of suppression. It is cycle of misery.

This is just one of the techniques that I have discovered from talking to survivors. They are most often too scared to talk at all especially publicly. In the past, it was just easier for victims to keep quiet in order to avoid being labeled as insane.

These fear techniques distract the subject form accepting the freedom that some with accepting that the one true God is all power and living a life of repentance blocks all occult actions toward a person. The occult will keep poking at them for a while after they come to the Lord. It is beyond human capability to overcome, God is required.

Faith is required for all of us however a survivor of ritual abuse requires profoundly more than most believers will.

Not only does the survivor have to submit fully to the will of God and live a repentant life they have to walk through fires for, at least the first few years.

Good news is that as they resist the confusion more and more the enemy catches on and will flee. If they see that their actions are causing the victim to build more and more faith in God, they run like chickens. I have seen this in my own journey.

How could we (The Church) view these people with anything but an attempt to understand their behaviors. It is hard, harder than anyone wants to admit is true. Remember not to judge. Especially when what can be seen does not add up.

Know that when things don’t add up there is missing information.

Safety is a requirement in healing. A person can not heal while a wound is being reopened.

Showing survivors that they can stop being victims only if they ignore what seems to rule of them is pivotal.

Show them that they can be made safe. Show them that miracles are still readily available. Any and all attempts to rattle them can be used as a faith building opportunity.

I know this well as I lived it for most of my adult life. Over time I see that anything that is allowed to be done to me is momentary. It is scary, but walking past the fires with a smile on my face, just one time changed the way the occult handles me.

As always, do as God instructs as we are only his hands and feet let him do all decision making. He knows everything and has gone ahead of us to prepare our way, home.

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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