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Berean Perspective Apologetics Video – Why Suicide? There is hope for those struggling with suicide

Berean Perspective Apologetics

Short video on the rise of suicide in our times. All people struggle daily with suicide, Christians and non-Christians. Why do people commit suicide? Sometimes we ask, how can I help someone who is thinking of committing suicide? For good information and help here is a link National Suicide Prevention https://suicidepreventionlifeline.org

Can hope help people who are struggling with suicide, depression, those who are hurting and alone, and if so, what hope? This hope, real hope, is in knowing Jesus Christ personally, and trusting not in what is seen but unseen. Believing in Jesus Christ does not mean life will always be without hardships and struggles. It does mean you are not alone, and you dont have to carry this burden by yourself. Looking at a couple Scriptures in the Bible on hope, being there for each other, and that in the hard times we can get through it.

Some questions people ask are:

Does my life matter?
What is my purpose in life?
Does anyone care?
Can Jesus really help me?
Does Jesus care about me?
Why does Jesus care about me?
Why does it matter?
Why should I believe in Jesus?

Teachings of Jesus – Matthew 6:25-34; Matthew 11:28-30; John 3:16; John 10:10; John 14:1, 27;

Teachings of Paul – Philippians 2:3-5; Philippians 4:11-13;

If you wish to ask or comment please do. I will reply in respect and try to provide answers to questions.

Kelly Powers


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