Sunday, June 24, 2007

Almetia Mack: The Battered Wife and The Loving Savior

Posted by Hannah at 8:22 AM

Awesome Story!



The video starts with silence. In other words it looks like you didn't turn up your speakers, or there is something wrong with the video. Its a short interuption after her first sentence, and then continues!


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3 comments:

frances covington on 9:35 AM said...

I am the niece of Thomas Rush. My family and I very disturb at the accusations that were made by Almetia Rush Mack. We as a family would like the chance to defend him, because we also have a story to tell about her, and her infidelity that he endured as well. This is not to say that we condone abuse, however, we are saying tell the hold truth. For further information concerning this; please feel free to contact me at the following email address; fac7792@yahoo.com We will be awaiting a prompt response. Thank you in advance.

Ping_for_Jesus on 1:13 PM said...

The families of abusers, even after the abuser has died, sometimes tries to perform what is known as "Image Management" agasint the surviving ex-victim. These families still attempt to protect the abuser's inappropriate behaviors after his death, claiming that he was not abusive or that he had a right to these behaviors because of what the mate or partner had done against him. They try to point the finger of guilt at the ex-victim. The truth is that no one has a right to abuse another person, no matter what that person has done or not done. Don't be fooled by Image Management. Absue is real and it can kill. We need to support Almetia Mack and spread her story.

h on 8:41 AM said...

I’m sorry for your family’s pain. Almetia isn’t trying to say that she is superior, or any better than he is in the video. She mentioned a number of mistakes she had made in her own life as well. The message is of hope that no matter where you are in life, and what is happening, or what has happened…God will met you on your level. You will not have to come UP to meet him, but he will come to you!

Both sides of the abuse equation show issues. Abusers are NOT the only ones broken, and victims very rarely are totally innocent of deeds of guilt themselves. The affairs of both sides, and the rest aren’t the point of the message either. The message is of hope, and what God can do for you even when you are on the lowest rung of the ladder. The hope is there for all no matter whom hurt them, or if they did the hurting! Knowing both sides of the story isn’t going to change the message.

Its sounds like God changed her life in many good ways, and for that she is thankful. If she had NOT met God she could have continued the pattern of other things, and of the items you speak of. She could have continued on that destructive path in life, but God helped her change some things in her life. I would bet she would tell you that he isn’t done either! If she is not telling the true in any way you won’t have to worry, because God will take care of that in his time as well. We can all lie and deceive until we are in front of our Lord who knows all.

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