Here’s a timely blog from Lady P. Good advice for the times in which we live.

Being alone often can make suicidal thoughts worse.

Reach out to friends, family, and people who care about you. Attempt to be social; even if you don’t feel like. Avoid doing things that make you feel sad, such as

visiting a loved one’s grave,

re-reading old mails

or letters that remind you of a sad past. All these can increase suicidal thoughts and negative feelings. 

Find a distraction; cuddle a pet, meet up with friends to play soccer or your favourite outdoor games, count 0-100, read positive quotes online to lift your spirit, sing aloud, say affirmations aloud or sing with it, and watchfunny videos on social media, find new hobbies or develop new interests.

Try volunteer activities.

Volunteering helps people feel more socially connected and provides a sense of purpose, pride, accomplishment and fulfilment. Volunteer duties expose you to people with common interests and broaden your support network. 

Being helpful to others delivers…

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Christian Quotes: J. I. Packer

This is certainly appropriate for reblogging this time of year. Thank you.

Worship Walk Ministries

This is the season to grab a firm hold again onto the hope that is ours! Let’s choose to focus on the most amazing gift that was given to us by our loving God. That will calm our hearts and brighten our spirits!

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The Christmas message is that there is hope for a ruined humanity–hope of pardon, hope of peace with God, hope of glory–because at the Father’s will Jesus became poor, and was born in a stable so that thirty years later He might hang on a cross.

J. I. Packer

“But when the set time had fully come, God sent his Son, born of a woman, born under the law, to redeem those under the law, that we might receive adoption to sonship.”

Galatians 4:4-5

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