Ask Dr. B
Each week, Dr. Bengtson answers reader questions about things of interest to them.
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We all have storms in life—whether they are literal storms like hurricanes, or figurative storms like relationship difficulties, or health crises, or financial woes. The Bible warns us that the storms, the trials, will come. No one is exempt. How do we get through them? Read more for hope in the midst of the storm.
Have the words of another ever wounded you and made you feel unloved and unwanted? Or, rejected and alone? Where do you go from there? The truth is there’s Someone who will always love you despite your flaws. Read more here.
Jesus called each of us to a life walking and serving in His presence. The same Biblical life instructions He gave to the disciples, He gave to us as well. Read more for 5 Important Biblical Life Instructions from Jesus.
Have you ever momentarily dropped your guard and lost your way? The story would end there were it not for God’s grace and mercy. He supplies our strength.
Early one morning, I sensed God whisper to my heart, “what part of be anxious for nothing are you struggling with?” Well, pretty much EVERY thing was causing me to worry and fret. God has a way of pointing to the heart of a matter. Are you struggling not to worry or be anxious? Want the secret for resting in God’s peace?
I did something really bad about twenty years ago. Now, I can’t forgive myself. How do I move on when I struggle with my past and have a hard time enjoying my present life because of my mistake?
“What is my purpose? Why am I here?” Have you ever wondered about your purpose? We are each uniquely made with individual callings. God gave each of us special gifts that only we can fulfill. Our lives have purpose! Find out more about your purpose here.
Have you ever had one of those days where frustration has threatened to over take you? That’s where I sat, on the verge of tears.
Situations occurred that were out of my control, things I was depending on and was now powerless to do anything about. People proved unreliable and undependable. Tasks that should have been simple were proving to be difficult at every turn.
I was emotionally spent. Physically weary. Every ounce of me wanted to give up. I wanted to complain. I wanted wrongs to be made right.
Never underestimate the reason God has your path cross another’s. Sometimes it’s for you. Sometimes it’s for them. But He always has His reasons.
Some who cross our paths will make an impression that lasts a lifetime. Make sure you tell them. Don’t wait–you never know when it will be too late.
I looked in her eyes, really not needing to ask the question, but wanting to give her a chance to voice what was on her heart, “How are you, really?”
“I don’t know.”
“You don’t have to share if you don’t want to, but I might understand better than you might think.”
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