Thank you for your answers. There have been several persons that I have encountered who have experienced this. The hurt is so deep and yes some people remove themselves from organized Churches.
I say that removal from the individual (s) who were the source of the pain, rather than the entire orgaization or Body of Christ as I have seen. I believe that this behaviour is a strategy of the enemy who seeks whom he may devour through isolation from the fold.
Healing the soul wound is a lengthy process for most. The rejection, isolation, shame of being used and abandoned and the feeling that one was not "mature " enough to be more descerning of this kind of Jezebel spirit.
This experience could also be a test of one's trust in Christ as saviour, shepherd etc. It also tests the true position of the heart, how we can move from a posture of love to one of hate.
Constant prayer for ones recovery as well as the recovery of the perpitrators of spiritual abuse is also a healing remedy.There is indeed much to be learned by both parties and much growth and progress in the Christian walk.
God's grace is extended to overcome in this area as well.