Apostate as per FLDS

0f4e165d2ac844bb704f630b4f0089b1Apostate – someone who turns against their God –

NO ONE CAN TAKE MY GOD AWAY FROM ME!

Being branded as an apostate in the FLDS is the worst stamp anyone could be given.

Wicked! Wicked! Wicked! If I didn’t explain it enough,Wicked!

I know for me it was devastating to even think of it, and therefore my loyalty to my God was most important. I never wanted my children to live with the shame of having an apostate mother.

I allowed myself to face the facts, not what I was told, but what I felt in my soul through the personal witness I was given.

The inward battle I fought was real.

In my heart and soul I knew there was a God in heaven. I personally felt Him take me by the hand as I pleaded with Him to guide me through the raging storm I was being forced into.

 

About Sarah

The Compelling story of a young woman's courage, being born, raised and married in the sheltered dictatorship of FLDS Cult under the leadership and rule of Warren Jeffs. At eighteen I entered into an arranged marriage and happily fell in love with the love of my life. Richard S Allred was grandson and personal bodyguard to leader Rulon Jeffs and later Warren Jeffs. I lived my full married life in close surveillance of “the Prophets” family. I being the first of five wives, learned how to open my heart, arms, and home. A mother of six and wife of fourteen years, I lived for my family and lived wholeheartedly my religion. As the Leadership adjusted our world would be turned upside down and shaken. My Husband was a founder of the different secrets that were transpiring that people would only hear about years later. My children continually were kept from me and finally ripped away and I was "sent away" forever Being cast out, thrown into a world I was taught to abhor and fear my entire life. Entirely stripped of everything, home, family, friends, seemingly my very existence. Through adversity, I found strength within. I found my voice taking power, and learning my true potential. Fighting for my kids, going against everything I once knew and loved. Now thirty-six and a single mom of seven beautiful children I fight to give them a new life becoming strong and independent in this modern world.
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