Freedom for the Captives seeks to empower the Christian community to respond with excellence to the sin of child abuse, and is a ministry of the
Wisconsin Evangelical Lutheran Synod
Messages that comfort and inspire
Jesus Walks with You through the Dark Valleys
“…the LORD was with [Joseph].” – Genesis 39:3 Abuse destroys lives: physically, psychologically, emotionally. Sometimes abuse kills. This is why ...
God Remembers You
“…the LORD gave [Joseph] success in everything...” – Genesis 39:3 “It could be worse.” “It’s darkest before the dawn.” “Something ...
Abuse Happens Even to “Good” People
“Now Joseph had been taken down to Egypt.” – Genesis 39:1 If you didn’t know better, you’d make nothing of ...
Wrestling with God
The writer of this prayer is being completely honest with the Lord, explaining how he actually feels. He wonders why ...
The Wicked are Proud of their Evil
If we are going to walk down this road of being honest with God, we need to be able to ...
The Wicked Harm the Weak
I wish for one day I would open up the newspaper and there would be nothing to report. No violence ...
Turning the Corner
In verse 12 the Psalmist begins to turn the corner and have some hope. Up to this moment he has ...
God Sees Me
The writer began this Psalm by saying, “Lord, why do you stand far off? Why do you hide yourself in ...
I Can Fall Into His Arms
Now comes the really hard part. In fact, it is so hard only the Holy Spirit can make this happen ...
Lord, Break Their Arm
The Psalmist doesn’t seem very Christian in this verse, does he? I thought Jesus said we are to turn the ...
Walking in Peace
The Psalmist has come a long way from where he began his prayer. He began crying out to God in ...
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