When you have been emotionally tormented by the Narcissist, it is normal to find within yourself a burning desire to get the Narcissist back for what they have done to you. This burning desire can cause you to obsess over the mistreatment as oppose to partaking in the actions that lead to healing and deliverance from the emotional trauma associated with the detestable acts of the Narcissist. The problem with obsessing over what the Narcissist did to you is that it paralyzes you and keeps you bound. In order to break free from the Narcissist completely, it is imperative to turn the Narcissist over to the vengeance of God. God has promised revenge on your behalf so you must trust Him to do so.
Do not take revenge, my dear friends, but leave room for God’s wrath, for it is written: “It is mine to avenge; I will repay,” says the Lord.
God is a loving Father who will not allow you to be mishandled and act like it never happened. Vengeance may not happen exactly when you want it to, but you can trust and believe that it will come to past. God did not send His only Begotten Son to earth to die on your behalf only to turn away and ignore when others cause you harm. The love that was shown to you through the Finished Works of The Cross is the same love that will pursue justice on your behalf. We serve a God who loves us dearly.
I will take revenge; I will pay them back. In due time their feet will slip. Their day of disaster will arrive, and their destiny will overtake them.’
So don’t worry about the Narcissist getting away with what they have taken you through. As the Narcissist continues in their folly with the next victim, just know that God’s vengeance patiently awaits the appointed time. Prayerfully, knowing this will allow you to have peace and to prepare for the blessings that are to come in your life. Peace & Blessings