Stabbing… But Not a Weapon in Sight.

Stabbing, stabbing, stabbing…
but not a weapon in sight.
Words cutting so deep…
to victims of this fight.
Stabbing words of abuse…
leave no damage to be seen.
But the wounds are there…
from each abusive scene.

But many don’t realize…
the damage done to each soul.
For the bruises are inward…
not revealed until told.
There is so much abuse…
inflicted behind closed doors.
For what’s done and said in private…
causes wounds to so many more.

Verbal, emotional, psychological…
abuses at home and work.
Cause deep wounds to it’s victims…
as abusers confidently smirk.
For no bruises are seen…
as no physical abuse is his plan.
And these abusers know this…
but others don’t understand.

Too many relate abuse…
to only bruises seen.
But God sees all the wounds…
and these victims He will redeem.
For He has seen every stab…
from every word that was spoken.
And His Word is very clear…
He will heal hearts that are broken.

Psalm 147:3, “He heals the brokenhearted and binds up their wounds.”

Lord, we lift up every victim of abuse to You. You see the wounds to their spirits and souls that man can not see. You have seen the abuses behind closed doors. Expose the abusers and rescue these victims. Bring healing and restoration to all  in Jesus Mighty Name. Amen.

© Secret Angel and The Abuse Expose’ with Secret Angel, 2014.

20 thoughts on “Stabbing… But Not a Weapon in Sight.

  1. That really touched my heart. I suffer from anxiety and PTSD from being abused by two ex husbands and a step dad. With the help of the man in my life now ( he is in my picture with me.) I am slowly starting to heal. I know God sent me him because he has such a calming effect on me when I am upset, fearful, or anxiety/panic attack. I feel now though it is possible for my mind and soul to heal from all of the fear and pain. Someone asked me once which was worse the physical or the mental abuse. I told them the mental abuse because bruises, cuts, and broken bones heal, but when someone mentally abuses you it damages you clear to your soul and that the pain of that never goes completely away.

    • You are so right about the severity of mental abuse. It’s damage is deep, down to our souls and spirits. I have said that I would have gotten over physically being stabbed sooner than the verbal and emotional stabs. That’s not to diminish the physical abuse but the verbal and emotional is severe also. Our souls and spirits get bruised and beat just like our exterior bodies. God sees them all and He can heal. I am so glad that you are healing. It is a slow process sometimes… all in God’s timing.

      • I have been abused physically and mentally I agree with you mental is by far the worst. I lean on God to help me heal through these scars I carry and He sent my boyfriend to help in this healing process. He is very patient when I am having trust issues and in the nearly 3 years we have been seeing each other we have never argued even once and he has never even raised his voice at me. He calms the storms within me it is the best way I can put it.

      • I will pray that God sends you a husband that will treat you as the gift you are. God gave Adam Eve so that he would no longer be lonely. I am claiming this blessing for you my dear sweet friend/ Gods blessings on you!

  2. Beautiful! I too have had those unseen stab wounds. God does heal. ” It is a slow process sometimes… all in God’s timing.” And sometimes it is a painful road to healing. For some of us the roots of the pain are so deeply embedded. But I know that once the roots are dug up and the tears start to flow and the height of what seems like the world is lifted there is peace and joy.

    Thanks for this one sis!

    • Thank you so much for your encouraging words. You are so right. The roots are deep… but God heals. It is not easy and all in God’s timing but He will walk with each of us in our journey to heal and will use us to help others. God bless you, my friend.

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  4. The childhood rhyme, “sticks and stones may break my bones, but words will never hurt me,” is wrong. The wounds of words can go much deeper than anything else. I believe it has something to do with how we were created, God spoke and we were created. Sound has been found in every cell of our bodies. An experiment was made by a class. A pot of cooked rice was divided into two containers. One container was praised and blessed by everyone, while the other was cursed. The one that was smelled good and the second rotted and got mold. Words are powerful!

    • Amen!! You are so right. I have seen these experiments done on plants and even just water and the effects of the words spoken to them is amazing. The Power of the spoken word. I pray that more will come to realize and speak blessings to those they love. God bless you!

      • Yahweh knells before you presenting gifts and guards you with a hedge of protection. He sets in place all you need to be whole and complete.

      • Amen!! Thank you so much for your prophetic words, I believe and receive… and …I praise You Lord, my Most Holy Yahweh, for all that You have done for me and my children. I will honor You and humbly serve You all the days of my life.

  5. More damage is done with words then with a fist. Bruises heal quicker, leaving little to no evidence. “But a wounded heart, who can bear?” The wounds from the words of someone who claims to love you can kill a soul

    • Amen!! So true. The power of the spoken word! We all need to be careful about the words that we speak.Too many curses are spoken when many do not even mean to and too much damage is caused by venous words of anger. Thanks for you comment and God bless you!

    • Amen! You are so right. God has allowed me to feel the brokenness of these abuses and I pray for all victims, for their healing and restoration. God bless you, my sister!

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