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What to Do When You’re Alone at the End of Your Rope

Saturday, July 28, 2012

Sometimes your strength is gone, and more than that your desire to even try anymore is gone. Plus you feel so alone. It's like you're hanging by a thin rope over a cliff, and no one is hearing your cries for help. What do you do? Here's what I figured out!


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    DETERMINEDBABE - Without the bad, we would not know what the good is. Since I've come to have a relationship with Christ, I can say that there hasn't been a trial; small or large, that I haven't felt blessed by in the end. There have been times when I felt truly thankful for what I was going through. God is so amazing. Many blessings to you and your family. HUGS
    2057 days ago
    I have been at that point not long ago when my life was falling apart and I just asked GOD to take me every day before I went to sleep and every morning I would ask again but GOD's timing is perfect and his love and faithfulness showed me his grace and power. GOD got me through the darkness and strengthened me once I stopped struggling and just let go completely.

    We all have trials that seem to never end but those are just lies evil is using to try and distract us and make us doubt and fear but Christ concurred the world..the victory is won....all we need to do is believe in Jesus and share in his victory.

    Peace and joy when the world is falling apart because that just means Christ is coming....Our Loving Savior is ever faithful and knows how to take care of what is his!

    Jesus never said we wouldn't suffer because Christ suffered and we are one with Christ! What is coming is worth it though!

    We need fellowship so keep encouraging each other....GOD bless you all!
    2058 days ago
    MEDDYPEDDY - Thank you for reading, and I very much appreciate the feedback. I hope you are blessed by it in some way. As human beings there will be times in all our lives that our strength is completely drained (psychologically and spiritually speaking; even physically sometimes too). The way to gather strength is to focus on Jesus. Nothing else can fill us that will last forever. Only Jesus. Many blessings to you. AMEN.
    2062 days ago
    Loved the picture, otherwise it was a bit too foreign to me.
    2062 days ago
    HANDYV - Thank you. I hope you enjoyed it, and are very blessed by it. HUGS.

    SING4MYFOOD - Thank you for the feedback. Many blessings to you. HUGS.
    2063 days ago
    Wonderful blog - thanks! I love that picture too.
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    CHALLENGER75 - Thank you so much for letting me know that. It makes me very happy to know it's helped you. I hope you are feeling better very soon. Many blessings to you. HUGS.
    2065 days ago
    Your blog is again a great blessing to me. I appreciate your thoughts so much, and they have helped me today, which has been a difficult day for me. Thank you so very much.
    2065 days ago
    SCRAPPINPOLLY - Thank you for the feedback. The strongest place on earth... is on your knees. Many blessings to you. HUGS.

    NELLIEC - Calming down is indeed hard; and for people like me who can't help but over react because it's the nature of Bipolar Disorder it can be even harder. But I never quit. The picture is great. I loved it when I saw it. I got it from the Microsoft website (from their copyright free section). Many blessings to you. HUGS.

    EVELYN - Thanks for the feedback and support. As always, you brighten my day. Many blessings to you. HUGS.
    2065 days ago
    Praise God for the incredible rescue each time we need it. It's a shame any one person has to experience such a painstaking journey of lonliness or depression. May God bring healing to such great pain!
    2065 days ago
    However, calming down can be difficult at first!

    Your picture of the cliff is very impressive!
    2065 days ago
    I get on my knees and pray for strength!
    2065 days ago
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