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Meaghan

I keep trying to become less lukewarm and completely hand my life over to God, but I just can’t do it. I’m not strong enough because when I get in a tough situation, I resort to anger, frustration, and sadness. I just hope that I can change myself before it’s too late. Thank you for praying for me.

05/15/12 at 08:08 PM

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  • Jamie says...

    Pray to God and tell him everything that’s on your heart. If you ask for his help, he will give it to you in his own time and way. God Bless, and I will be praying for you :)

    05/16/12 at 09:34 AM

  • Lj says...

    “Test all things; hold fast to what is right.” (1 Thessalonians 5:21)

    05/17/12 at 11:47 PM

  • Anonymous says...

    Meaghan,YOU may not be strong enough, but GOD is. “I can do all things through Christ who strengtheneth me.” Philippians 4:13 (KJV) I tend to turn away from God in times of hardships and I resort to anger a lot too. You cannot change yourself, but God can. You must ALLOW Him to change your heart. Let Him take control of you. No, it may not be easy, but God can give you strength, Meaghan.
    By reading the Bible, you can grow closer to God and in your relationship with Him. Hopefully, as your relationship with Him grows, you’ll be able to lean on Him and trust Him in difficult times more easily. But you need to take the first step, and that is allowing God to change your heart. Read and study His Word, pray, and keep your eyes focused on Him. God Bless you, Meaghan.

    05/31/12 at 07:24 PM

  • Anonymous says...

    When I feel like I am struggling I use the song “Please Be My Strength” by Gungor. Praying this for you :)

    06/02/12 at 08:40 PM

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