Answers to Your Questions…

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Q: Some months ago, I suffered a personal loss that made me wish I were dead. I often still feel that way. I know it’s not right, but sometimes I can’t help being angry with God for having let this happen to me. My friends don’t understand either. They sympathized at first, but then they started telling me to get on with my life. Lately they’ve been avoiding me. I’ve never felt so miserable or so alone. What can I do?

A: It sounds like you’ve been through . . .  read more

Answers to Your Questions…

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Q: I recently made some costly mistakes and became very discouraged as a result—and that discouragement is not going away. I’m a failure. I feel like giving up. What can I do to get out of this mess?

A: Even though we may not understand why the Lord sometimes allows us to stumble and fall, we must remember that He loves . . .  read more

Loving God in Word and in Deed

By Peter Amsterdam

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“And whatever you do, in word or deed, do everything in the name of the Lord Jesus, giving thanks to God the Father through him.”
—Colossians 3:17

In word

The age-old problem many of us often face is finding the time to read and study God’s Word. We all have a desire to read and study the Word, but there . . .  read more

No Condemnation

By Maria Fontaine

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Sometimes we can each be hit very hard with condemnation and feeling that we’ve failed in some major way—when things are difficult in your work or personal life, or when you’re in a downward spiral and you just can’t seem to pull out of it, or when you feel you’re not making progress toward your life goals. Some have said that the Devil’s favorite tactic with Christians is discouragement—and I would add that condemnation follows close behind.

“Condemn” in . . .  read more

Answers to Your Questions…

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Q: I feel like my life has been ruined because of the deep hurt that someone caused me. What can I do to get over the pain, hurt, and resentment I feel?

A: Someone has said, “Forgiveness is the key that unlocks the door of resentment and the handcuffs of hate. It is the power that breaks the chains of bitterness and the shackles of selfishness.”

If you want to get rid of your resentment and bitterness, the first step is to forgive—and to truly forgive someone, you have to let . . .  read more