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Dealing with Hopelessness

Dealing with Hopelessness

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Be Strong All Who Hope in God Ps 31

We all have times when we feel like we cannot HOPE anymore. Support systems fail, friends fail, family fails, church “family” fails, organizations and programs fail, we fail. It even seems as if God has failed us. Our world becomes out of control and we get to the point where we are tempted to give up hoping. Some actually succeed in giving up and find themselves in a black hole that feels eternal. Some die. The process begins to happen when darkness settles in and takes up residence somewhere in our lives, our minds

Hopelessness for the Christian is not true. It’s a lie. Oh, the actual feeling is real, the emotional toll on the health of the body is real, sometimes to the point of death. However, its reason for taking up residence and control of your life is not. God decided before the foundations of the earth were laid that His people…

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About Sue Cass

I am a follower of Jesus Christ and an abuse survivor. I am the founder & C.E.O. of Elah Ministries, Inc. A non-profit 501c3 ministry that offers hope, healing, and deliverance to hurting souls. I have seen the Grace of God work mightily in both individual lives (mine included) and through the support groups I have led. Elah Ministries, Inc. is supported strictly by donations and the proceeds from the sale of my books. My prayer is that all hurting souls may find God's freedom through His Grace, mercy, and healing. I have also penned six published books, both fiction and non-fiction, hoping to enlighten, uplift, and entertain in a way that honors my Heavenly Father and draws my readers closer to our Lord Jesus Christ. May God bless you with His peace, hope, love, and joy as you follow Jesus Christ.

4 responses »

  1. Thanks for sharing! Merry Christmas, Sue, and Happy New Year!

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    • MerryChristmas to you. May 2016 be even more of a blessing for you and your family. It’s nice to see your pretty face show up on here again. Missed seeing you and reading your posts.

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  2. Sue, I too, am a survivor. I would be interested in chatting with you some time, to hear how you have helped people. Thank you for all you do. 🙂

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