Wounded is defined in Webster’s New Dictionary of the English Language as injury in which the skin is broken, mental hurt, and inflict a wound to or in. How do you assist wounded victims and survivors of domestic violence when they do not realize or are not willing to admit that they are wounded?Here are some suggestions.
- Do your very best not to push wounded victims and survivors of domestic violence .
- Honor wounded victims and survivors of domestic violence boundaries.
- Honor wounded victims and survivors of domestic violence choices.
- Encourage wounded victims and survivors of domestic violence by sharing resources, support groups and professional medical and mental staff that help them heal their wounds.
It is important to realize and trust when wounded victims and survivors of domestic violence are ready to be healed.
Bible scriptures to read for wounded victims and survivors of domestic violence for encouragement and healing are as follows:
- Psalm 147:3 (NIRV) – He heals those who have broken hearts. He takes care of their wounds.
- Proverbs 23:29 (NIRV) – Who has trouble? Who has sorrow? Who argue? Who has problems? Who has wounds for no reason? Who has red eyes?
- Luke 10:34 (NIRV) – He went to him, poured olive oil and wine on his wounds and bandaged them. Then he put the man on his own donkey. He took him to an inn and took care of him.
- Isaiah 1:6 (NIRV) – There isn’t a healthy spot on your body from the bottom of your feet to the top of your head. There are only wounds, cuts and open sores. They haven’t been cleaned up or bandaged or treated with olive oil.
- Proverbs 18:14 (NIRV)– A man’s cheerful heart gives him strength when he is sick. You can’t keep going if you have a broken spirit.
- Isaiah 53:5 (NIRV)– But the servant was pierced because we had sinned. He was crusted because we had done what was evil. He was punished to make us whole again, His wounds have healed us.
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