Addendum to “I Married My Dad”

For those who have been reading my blog for a while, you are probably aware of the book the Lord had me write 3 years ago, “I Married My Dad.” Well, things have not improved in our marriage in those three years, so the Lord led me today to write an addendum to the book as an update in hopes that those who read this will pray for my husband, for our marriage, for me, and for all who are living in addiction to sin that they might surrender their lives to Jesus and walk in freedom from addiction. Thank you to all who have prayed for us and who will pray for us today.

Walking Wounded

Jeremiah 7:21-22 ESV

“Thus says the Lord of hosts, the God of Israel: ‘Add your burnt offerings to your sacrifices, and eat the flesh. For in the day that I brought them out of the land of Egypt, I did not speak to your fathers or command them concerning burnt offerings and sacrifices.’”

Nearly three years ago the Lord led me to write a book called, “I Married My Dad.” It is the story of my life, a life of abuse, but of healing and restoration, too. I wrote the book with my husband Rick’s approval. In fact, he wrote the forward for the book. And he knows I am writing this now, too.

I lived with my parents until I was age 22.5, and then I have been married to my husband for 48.5 years. Both my dad and my husband were/are sexual addicts. My dad never changed before…

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2 thoughts on “Addendum to “I Married My Dad”

  1. I am so sorry to hear this. I am praying for you Aunt Susan. I pray for this pain and suffering you’ve experienced to just be comforted by the Holy Spirit. I love you. I’m also praying Uncle Rick gets set free once and for all. ♥️

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