Everyone gets the blues sometimes. But what do you do when the blues don’t go away? Is it the blues or something else? It can be hard to tell, but there are some signs and symptoms that give us clues. There is hope and you are not alone.
We are all facing problems today between relationship difficulties, financial hardship, legal problems, job loss, health problems, and deaths of loved ones and friends. But, God is greater than our problems. We can strive in our own might or surrender to Him. We can choose the stress of trying to do it all or surrender it all to God. Read more for how God shows how He is greater than our problems with examples in the Bible.
How do you comfort a friend who has lost a child? When a friend is grieving, what are encouraging words you can say? What are actions you can do to bring comfort to a friend in their time of loss.
How do you empathize, support and give Godly advice to people who are chronically ill without taking responsibility for their burden? Dr. B shares tips on how to avoid compassion fatigue when your compassion for others crosses over into bearing a burden that is not yours to carry.
We cannot give what we do not have. Even though I had accepted Christ as my savior as a child, I had never fully accepted the Father’s love for me. Until I did, I was not free to love myself or anyone else. When love breaks through and we accept the Father’s love, we’re free to love ourselves as He intended. Do you know the Father’s love for you?