New Life Live: April 20, 2012

Topics: Pornography, Forgiveness, Christian Walk, Parent Issues, Sexual Abuse
Hosts:Steve Arterburn, Dr. Jill Hubbard, Milan Yerkovich
Caller Questions:

  1. My husband said “porn girls” are better than me. 
  2. How do I forgive the family of my brother’s girlfriend trying to kill him? 
  3. What is the difference between the calling of God vs. the zeal to serve Him? 
  4. My father-in-law had an affair with his daughter-in-law; how do we handle with my kids?
  5. How do I deal with my sexual abuse now that my abuser father has died? 

Suggested Resources:
Forgive
Secrets Women Keep
How We Love

Special Guest: Joyce Meyer discusses her new book:
Living Beyond Your Feelings

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2 Comments

  1. Susan Klobucar April 20, 2012 at 11:20 am - Reply

    Heard Joyce on your show today…we share the pain of abuse when we were young, i also carried that pain with me through my adult years and made many mistakes not letting go of that pain….UNTIL the LORD JESUS CHRIST hit me upside my head and said, through my pastor,”why are you acting like a child? A victim? Letting other people control you in the wrong directions? Letting people have power over you? STOP.. Take the control back through me. I will take that pain upon myself if you follow me and live your life loving me and putting me first” Over time, i felt the heaviness of the world off my shoulders… and my life is happier than i ever thought possible,all because i trusted in HIM. Thank you for reading this and thank you for all you do so gently listening to those who are in pain, i listen to you every chance i get, and you help me with things i didnt even know bothered me..yesterday i became a New life giver because i believe in all of you, and i pray you will be able to help others. Susan

  2. Eva R. Marienchild April 21, 2012 at 5:39 pm - Reply

    Susan, you hit ME upside the head with your thoughtful and heartfelt reply. I, too, am a regular listener and minister to folks who, for the most part, don’t feel entitled to happiness–and can’t forgive. Until they hook up with me, that is. I make it very clear that MERCY and COMPASSION are heaven-sent rites of passage for us.

    I have just started a phone group (to allow for diverse schedules and addresses) of Survivors/Thrivers. I see many abuse victims still acting like children and victims. It’s my goal to nudge them to the release one feels–as you so aptly described–turning your pain over to HIM.

    Well said, Susan. You affirmed what I know so well. the Lord’s yoke is not a heavy one, but if you trust in Him, it’s the only one you’ll ever need to pick up again.

    God bless, Sister in Christ! Stay on the path…so you can blaze a trail for others.

    Eva R. Marienchild
    Author of “Future Love Story”, “Mexicana” and “A Safe Love”
    Blog: http://godsloveworks.posterous.com
    Portfolio/Alternative Health Site: http://happyhealthbilingual.posterous.com/

    “Come to me, all you who are weary and burdened, and I will give you rest…for my yoke is easy and my burden is light.” (Matthew 11:28, 30)

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