Consider the song “God is Not Abusive” by Brittney Spencer

God is not abusive
Takes no pleasure in our shame
He finds a place inside our pain
Hallelujah

Come now everybody
Lay down every stone
He will not condemn you
There’s freedom at His throne

When hurt grows me to silence
Bearing guilt from other’s sins
Lord, lift my voice to cry out
Spirit catch the tears that fall

Jesus sees my trauma
And holds my broken pieces
And draws me to His kindness
Hallelujah

Come now everybody
Lay down every stone
He will not condemn you
There’s freedom at His throne

So come, do not be afraid
These burdens no longer need to keep you silent
Oh, come, do not be afraid
There’s refuge from all the hurts and pains that haunt you

God is not abusive
Takes no pleasure in our shame
He finds a place inside our pain
Hallelujah

”It almost sounds too simple to say aloud — ‘God is not abusive.’ Because no one ever should be. But the reality is that we live in a world where experiencing some form of abuse feels as likely to happen as getting a new job, changing up your hairstyle or taking a trip to some far away city.” – Brittney Spencer