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Someone Like You … might feel betrayed

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"Be kind and compassionate to one another, forgiving each other just as in Christ, God forgave you."
- Ephesians 4:32

There is nothing as uniquely painful as being betrayed by someone you know and trust. This situation comes with a two-part hurt. First, there is the offense, whatever the person did to harm you – whether intentionally or not. Second, though, is the reality that the damage came at the hands of someone you know and love. At the very least it came from someone you trusted.

In Someone Like You, at the crux of the storyline, are two parents who always meant to tell their daughter Andi that she was not biologically related to them. This was difficult for them because she came from them. Her mother carried her and gave birth to her. A concept that would be crazy for an adult to understand, let alone a child. So, Andi’s parents made plans to tell her, but never did.


Your situation of betrayal may have come at the hands of a friend or a family member. It might have been an affair or a lie harbored for years. Whatever it was or is, God’s teaching on this topic remains the same.


Forgive and let it go.


For Discussion:

  • What do you know about embryo adoption?

  • How would you feel if you found out you were not biologically related to your parents?

  • If you can, share a time when you felt betrayed by someone close to you. How did that situation resolve? If it never did, how do you feel about that now?

  I Can Do That:


  • Think of someone who betrayed you or wronged you. Journal about this situation and make a willful decision to forgive that person. Regardless of whether that person is in your life still or not, you can forgive. Forgiveness is a decision you alone can make and it brings inner peace and healing.

  • Write a list of people who have wronged you. Where possible, one at a time, journal how God has used that difficult situation for your good. Write about what you have learned.

  • Set a timer for 10 minutes. In that time, journal everything you are thankful for in a list. Set it again for another 10 minutes. This time write a prayer of gratitude to God, explaining how you feel about all you are thankful for and why. After the 20 minutes are over, take a minute or two and write how you feel, having spent that time in gratitude.

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