"Lord, Listen to My Cry!" The Power of Lament for Survivors of Childhood Sexual Abuse
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Those who have been sexually abused as children will often believe that God’s promises for love and protection do not apply to them. Their horrific experience of the past understandably prompts them to question how to trust God in the present. This breakout will work through one psalm, Psalm 142, to show the unique role that lament can play in battling the lies that tempt survivors to believe both that God is untrustworthy and that they are on their own.