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This is the story of a little girl called Kally, and how she survived the traumatic abuse of her childhood, finding inspiration in the bible to become a BBC presenter and, finally, a mother of two adopted boys.
Her faith allowed her to believe that there was something out there that didn’t want to hurt her. Her faith gave her the strength to accept the emotional scars that she had been left with. However, the most important thing that the Bible gave her, was a mantra.
Ezekiel 16, in Kally’s darkest hours, became a biography of her life.
“On the day you were born, your cord was not cut. Nor were you washed in water to make you clean. Nor were you wrapped in cloths. No one looked on you with pity or had compassion enough to do any of these things for you. Rather you were thrown out into the open field, for on the day you were born you were despised.”
Assaulted, abused and abandoned by those that should have given her the most protection: her parents and carers. This was Kally’s life written in front of her. She found that she was not alone, that someone knew what she had gone through, and was now reaching out to her.
What’s more, the passage did not end there. Having just described her entire life, what comes next in the chapter, was a prediction of what was to come. Ever since, whenever Kally has struggled to overcome, or even simply live with, the horrors of her past, she has put her trust in these next words:
“Then I passed by you, kicking in your own blood, and as you lay there, in your own blood, I said to you, “Live”. Later I passed by you and, when I looked at you and saw that you were old enough for love, I spread the corner of my garment over you and covered your nakedness. “I gave you my solemn oath and entered into a covenant with you”, declares the sovereign Lord, “and you became mine.”
This was more than a prediction; it was a promise, a covenant. Kally had heard it loud and clear: “You will live. You are mine.”