Feeling Suicidal?

Dear Friend,

I’m so sorry you are going through a hard time. But the good news is that you really do have hope. And besides, time will change the current situation that you are in. Although it may not seem like it right now, your dark feelings will not last and you can find peace and joy.

For now, just keep breathing, living your life, even if but moment by moment,  and you’ll get through this.

I’m not promising that you will not have difficulties, but keep praying, seeking God, and His direction and the next thing you know this storm will pass. The sun will shine again. And this dark period of your life will be behind you.

There is hope. 

Jeremiah 29: 11 – 13 says “For I know the plans I have for you, declares the Lord,…plans to give you hope and a future…. You will seek me and find me when you seek me with all your heart.”

In the meantime, please go get a check up from your doctor and tell him how you are feeling. If you think you are at risk for suicide, please go to the hospital or call 911. Do not do anything to harm yourself.

We are praying for you. God is going to see you through this dear one. Please, please do not do anything to hurt yourself. Wait on God. In the meantime, if thoughts of suicide get too heavy, go to the hospital or call 911. Call your doctor as well.

 

Our Recommendations:

1. We need others for encouragement.

Find a church home. See if you can find a small Bible study of people in your age range. Call some of the bigger churches in your area and see if they have anything to offer for your age group. This could be a home Bible study or a Sunday school class. CLICK ONE OF THE FOLLOWING TO FIND A CHURCH:

Any Church, For Travelers, Christian, Lutheran ELCA, Assemblies of God.

2. Listen to inspirational music.

There’s a lot of great  music in different styles, like at http://www.klove.com/listen/.

3. Take time to read the Bible.

If you don’t have a Bible, there are versions available on the web that you can read. Gospel Book of John

4. Read good books like Purpose Driven Life or Where is God When it Hurts.  See our Book List

5. Take our  Bible Study.

But whatever you do, don’t do anything to harm yourself. You are so loved. Please give your situation time, please allow God time to move. He may be waiting for you to give your troubles to Him, to say, God I will trust you, no matter what.

Try trusting God and see what will happen.

Also, please go in for a medical checkup and tell your doctor about how you feel emotionally. Your doctor may have medications that can help you get over this ‘bump’ in the road.

Also, I highly recommend counseling. You may find a pastor in your church or other local church or some other professional who will understand and help you with your struggles.

WE ARE PRAYING FOR YOU!

Blessings,

Linda

P.S. If you are at risk to harm yourself, please go to the hospital, call 911, or call
Suicide Helpline:
1800 – SUICIDE
Suicide Prevention Hotline:
1-800-827-7571
National Suicide Hotline:
1-888-248-2587

If you are depressed or suicidal, there is free, live counseling available through the wonderful people at New Hope.

You can call: 714 NEW-HOPE (639-4673)
or go directly to their web site and chat live at:

http://www.newhopenow.org/counseling/liveperson.html

Don’t forget, God’s got your situation in hand! He will turn it into good. Give Him time and you will see.

If you haven’t already are you ready to say Yes to Jesus, if so, CLICK HERE.

Blessings,
Linda

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