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Beyond the Closet Door Sharon C. Jenkins

Beyond the Closet Door

Sharon C. Jenkins

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216 pages
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Beyond the Closet Door celebrates the demonstrated power of Christ to heal adult child abuse victims. All victims of abuse deal with emotional issues in the aftermath of their oppression, whether it is physical, sexual, verbally or mental. This workMoreBeyond the Closet Door celebrates the demonstrated power of Christ to heal adult child abuse victims. All victims of abuse deal with emotional issues in the aftermath of their oppression, whether it is physical, sexual, verbally or mental. This work of nonfiction furnishes the breath of life for the hope found within the resurrected soul touched by Calvary’s cost and empowers them to find God’s divine purpose for their lives.Many broken Christians are looking for their salvation experience to fix them. When the honeymoon period in Christ is over, they have to face a new level of demonic oppression because of their position in Christ. They then retreat to the closet. Few people have the privilege of knowing that even though our salvation experience is a done deal in God’s eyes, it’s a continuous process here on earth. Phillipians 2:12 states that we must “work out our own salvation with fear and trembling.” The implication is that our confession of faith in Jesus Christ is the beginning of our commitment to this process that requires a corresponding action on our part. Beyond the Closet Door, assists the emotionally abused individual in finding their way to do the “work” necessary to embrace all that they’ve inherited through Christ and the cross. For the emotionally abused child this work is wrapped in developing the courage to seek God for His promised healing.This book helps to expose the healing light of God’s love. It encompasses like experiences of many biblical characters and popular present day healed travelers on a similar journey. It also addresses the need for the body of Christ to step up to the plate in the power invested in them from the cross to embrace the seemingly unlovable victim of abuse.It is long overdue.