My brother and I were born in his prison. It made us enemies, and holds our mother captive.
This is the price we must pay for our father's sins.
The son of Jim Elliott
Priscilla Emerson, the wife of Jim Elliott lives in a prison of fear and torment. On her wedding night, she discovered the true identity of the man she had fallen in love with.
The eyes she once loved to gaze into, during the romantic moments they spent together, that brought out the passion of a deep love that she felt from within her soul for him, vanished on her wedding night: When she looked into his eyes she saw cold and deadly evil with a murderous look that caused her to fear him. Each time he touched her, fear gripped her soul as the flames of hell that consumed her entire body. She knew he was incapable of loving another human being.
She and her family can never be free from this prison:
"How can a dead man reach beyond the grave and continue to destroy and dominate someone else's life? The pain he has inflicted upon me will never go away." Priscilla concludes.
Author: Ellen Jean Barrier