Abandoned, Tortured But Redeemed, is a new tract written by Vince Wall.
This tract begins with the true story of Leila James, who at just 4 years of age, was abandoned on a Queensland railway station by her parents. After seeking shelter for the night under a railway seat, little Leila was discovered by the Station Master the next day and taken to a local Catholic Children’s Home.
Leila suffered years of abuse at the home for children. But one positive came out of her time there: Leila learnt the piano.
At the age of 13, Leila was forced to leave the orphanage and she became a Ward of The State. Unfortunately the next seven years of her life was also traumatic culminating in a five week stay in hospital after a torturous beating by the people that were supposed to care for her.
Leila’s traumatic life has caused her much pain and anguish over the years but she eventually found true freedom that only God can give. As a Catholic she knew about God but she did not know that salvation and forgiveness was freely provided for her at Calvary.
Leila was ABANDONED and TORTURED but eventually discovered REDEMPTION through Jesus Christ.
My faith and trust in Our Saviour Jesus Christ has grown each day. How gracious was He, for I knew very little of Scripture and had no relationship with my Redeemer….By His grace alone I have been given stupendous faith, an unstressed life, freedom of my soul and mind and the knowledge that I am loved by Jesus and so many caring Christians.
The music that Leila was taught in the darkness of the orphanage has enabled her to write songs of praise to the one who is the Light of the World, Jesus Christ. (John 8.12)
We are troubled on every side, yet not distressed; we are perplexed, but not in despair; Persecuted, but not forsaken; cast down, but not destroyed
(2 Corinthians 4.8-9)
Our hope is that many whom may have been abused in similar circumstances will find salvation and healing in Christ and the good news that the gospel brings.
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