My name should be "!?#%@*$%?!"

Have you ever feel that kind of feeling? That feeling occurs sometimes if one of your friends or members of your family (That’s the most hurtful one) always saying profanity on you. Most especially if a member of your family (Most of the time, our parents always doing it) always doing that to you. Like for example:

“Hoy!! *#@&! ka!!!”

“&%*#@?! ka, pumunta ka nga dito! ^$(@! ‘to!”

“Lumayas ka dito, &#*$(@! ka!!!”

“#$@%!! ka nakaupo ka na naman dyan sa computer!! Babasagin ko na yang #*@%^$#$?! computer na yan eh!”

It really hurts right? I always feel that. Sometimes, that experiences often leads to our rebellion in our parents (Which turns into anger), joining a group that will help to “release” your anger to them (You know what I mean), running away from home, turning to vices like smoking, drinking, taking drugs, etc. And we feel like nobody loves us because those people who will love, care, and understands us are doing these things.

And here’s the Good News, God hears our cries and He knows this situation:

“And You save an afflicted people; But Your eyes are on the haughty whom You abase.”

– 2 Samuel 22:28

As we are experiencing this kind of abuse, God is our comforter and our refuge:

“The LORD also will be a stronghold for the oppressed, A stronghold in times of trouble;”

– Psalm 9:9

God alone is the one who will comfort us in this kind of distress. Just keep the faith in Him and He will provide you a refuge.

And if you have hatred to your parents because they did that to you, you must repent and pray to God to change their hearts. Remember, they’re still your parents and you must honor them for it has a promise from God:

“Children, obey your parents in the Lord, for this is right. “Honor your father and mother”—which is the first commandment with a promise—“so that it may go well with you and that you may enjoy long life on the earth.”

– Ephesians 6:1-3

And here’s another thing, God is also teaching us how to be a good parents when it is our turn now to be a parent:

“Parents, don’t come down too hard on your children or you’ll crush their spirits.”

– Colossians 3:21 (The Message)

Whatever the situations you’re in right now, whether it is verbal abuse or…whatever, God is our refuge and He will give you the love that you never had before.


About Kevin Reyes

Once a piece of thrash that was always being ridiculed, getting fooled, always getting bullied. But when God found me on that condition, he gave me a new life, a new direction, a new purpose. And I'd like to share my walk and my testimonies to all of you so that you might experience also God's love.

Posted on March 2, 2011, in Discipleship, Parents - Son/Daughter relationship, Testimonies. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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