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Tag Archives: Despair
Intriguing look at hope and science. Hope is real, proven by science, and willpower is the switch (The right stimulus) that triggers this amazing ability to change for the better… Continue reading
Four servants of God. Each one reached an extremely low point in life. All of them felt that life was no longer worth living. Continue reading
Robin Williams was unique. Many people seemed to live inside him. He made so many laugh yet his death was so tragic.
When lost in despondency people feel unable to shake an outlook of despair… Continue reading
We cannot adequately encourage those who have lost perspective without discouraging them from a frame of mind that binds them to their discouragement. (Read it again).
Getting out of the fog of despondency often requires a little loving admonishment. Caring friends will cross this line with love and sensitivity when they sense we need a better perspective. Continue reading
Joseph’s story teaches us how to protect our hearts from the poison of bitterness and the prison of despair. Continue reading
“Why?” “The question that is never far away. But healing doesn’t come from the explained.” What a great truth about the place where ”the hurt and the Healer collide!“ This is the place “where Glory meets my suffering.“ I love so many lines … Continue reading
I know what it feels like to battle discouragement. This is why I believe that encouraging discouraged people requires more than superficial hype. Continue reading
You can experience the place where the hurt and the Healer collide by meeting with “the Father of compassion and the God of all comfort, who comforts us in all our troubles” (II Corinthians 1:3-4). Continue reading