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Judy Kuchar

I was so young when my dad started to sexually abuse me that I don’t even remember when it started.  During my childhood, my parents argued constantly and verbal abuse was part of our household. When my eldest brother was in 8th grade he tried to commit suicide by taking an overdose of drugs.  I loved my parents but I had no respect for them.       

I attended a Christian school, in the city of Chicago, from 1st Grade through 4th grade.  I went to church by myself every day and on Sundays.  I learned some foundational truths about God, but did not have a personal relationship with Jesus Christ.  I never owned a Bible.   But God did not let go of me!

Soon my parents moved from Chicago to the suburbs and there was no church close by.  They did not take me to church.  I grew up to be a very rebellious teenager.  I married at 18 and became pregnant at 19.  I would do anything for what I thought was love, and to escape my parent’s home.  My young husband, who had just returned from Viet Nam, had his own set of problems.  He drank constantly and physically abused me. I had enough sense to get out of the relationship to protect myself and my young baby boy.  We divorced.  Subsequently, my ex husband got drunk, went to a bar, and shot and killed a man.  He spent many years in prison for murder.

I had to grow up very quickly while raising and supporting my child as a single parent.  My career took up most of my time.  I was transferred from Chicago to DFW in 1985; where my life was about to drastically change.

Some teenagers invited my son to church and he went!  So unlike me, I called and made an appointment to talk to the pastor of the church.  The Holy Spirit was at work drawing me to Him!  I was so burdened about my divorce.  I thought it was the unpardonable sin.  But, Jesus meets us right where we are.  If we repent, God is faithful to forgive no matter how great the sin.  The pastor told me about the great divide between God and man.  He told me that I needed to make Jesus the Lord of my life.  He told me that if I believed that Jesus died on the cross for my sins, and that if I repented, I would be saved.  And, all my sins would be forgiven.  Even the sin of divorce could be forgiven.  There in his office I accepted Christ as my savior. 

I now have a personal relationship with Jesus Christ.  My son and His wife became Christians.  I have sweet grandchildren who are learning about Jesus as well.  While my life is not perfect, I have forgiven my parents and the cycle of abuse has stopped.  Occasionally, I will think about and pray for my ex-husband, for I know that our God can forgive, even him.

With the Bible as my guide, and a great church home, I press on knowing that one day I will see Him face to face.  While I occasionally sin, if I confess, God is quick to forgive. God loves me and I am his child.  Because of His awesome love for me, I can serve and love others as He does.  He never let me go and He never will!  Romans 8:38

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