A violation can fall into different categories; ranging from violating parole to violating someone physically. First let’s define violation. It means to break in upon or disturb rudely; interfere thoughtlessly with; to break through or pass by force or without right. Now that we know what violation means, let’s begin to break this down.
Unfortunately, many of us have a past that has affected us in some kind of way. When we came into the world, our hearts were innocent, and we saw the world through innocent eyes. We didn’t know anything about being careful in who to trust, or knowing when to protect our hearts. All we knew is what was before us. I can only imagine how God must have felt sending us here to earth knowing what we would have to experience because He loves us so much that He doesn’t want to see us hurt.
As little children, we entered into a world that was filled with confusion, heartache, and pain. Often times, a person experiences this all throughout their life. Their whole life story is one huge hurdle after the next and so on and so on. The interesting thing about all of this is that God knows exactly what we can handle. Yes, life has many challenges, but God knew that we would come out victorious. Remember, God already told us that we win in the end. Regardless of what challenges we may face, big or small, God promised to be right there with us. The key is that you need Him! We can’t do this alone! We can’t make it here on Earth without Jesus.
Violation usually occurs at a young age because children are vulnerable to many things. We are aware of the violation that commonly occurs in children, but what I would like to speak about is the violation that occurs emotionally. When a child is wounded emotionally at a young age, it can affect them throughout their adulthood if they don’t get the proper counseling for it. The Enemy’s plan is to steal, kill, and destroy. So, through violation, he works to steal a child’s innocence, kill their ability to trust people, and destroy their freedom of being who God intended for them to be. The Enemy wants to destroy your identity. When you don’t know who you are, you can’t recognize when the Enemy is stealing from you. You can’t recognize your worth and the value that is in you. People are emotionally violated all the time through rejection, abandonment, criticism, and simply from not being loved. God understood that we would experience pain and He wants to help us through them all.
The Bible says that He heals the brokenhearted and binds up their wounds. Rest in the assurance that God is concerned about you and He wants to help you experience peace and freedom in every aspect of your life. However you may have been violated, take it to Jesus and watch how He restores you! There is no problem too big that our God can’t handle. There is nothing you can share with Him that He can’t fix! Let Jesus fill the void that you have in your heart. Let Him mend your broken heart. Let Him save you from the torment of your past. Let Him take the wheel of your life and steer you through the path that leads to freedom! God bless you!
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