Ephesians 5:11-12 And have no fellowship with the unfruitful works of darkness, but rather reprove them. For it is a shame even to speak of those things which are done of them in secret.
Secrets are dangerous. They hurt feelings, break hearts, and cause endless sleepless hours of emotional stress. Secrets are often kept because we are afraid of what will happen when someone reacts. However, the secret itself eats the person alive with fear and insecurity. That secret will never leave you alone until you deal with it. The Bible continues to say that Christ will bring life to the dead and light to the darkness. Of course start by telling your secret to God. He is loving and compassionate, especially to those who come to Him for help. You need to have a person you trust. The best person would be your parents, but if not, maybe a Sunday school teacher, pastor, school teacher, school counselor or, if necessary, the police. Be careful about who you talk to. For big issues, you need to go to someone who can help you out of the fear you are in. Probably not a friend your age. Go to someone who has more power than you to fix the problem. Don’t let a secret control your life; use the power of Christ and someone you trust to help you overcome the fear and pain that is tormenting you.