On conversations/musings on Suicide:

Many times I’ve felt that if I took my life no one would miss me. After all No one is indispensable really, right?

I remember reading an article about not binging on telling me only that I am beautiful at women conferences. Or that I am perfect. https://phyliciamasonheimer.com/christian-womens-ministry/

Because I am not the only beautiful girl. And my beauty isn’t the reason I became saved. My beauty isn’t blinding or anything. So why focus on it?

I am special only in as far as I am in Christ. Only in Christ.

Bible says all of my temptations are COMMON(paraphrased). My struggles are not even unique to me, so🤷🏽‍♀️

But anyway back to suicide.

A lot of the time suicide can be about everyone else apart from the person who committed suicide. Like they weren’t getting enough love from the people around them or the people around them were mean to them.

But honestly sometimes it isn’t really about anyone else. Sometimes even when things are seemingly good, someone just wants to end it.



But- and this is where it gets dicey-true. Truthfully true.

I am God’s workmanship. You are God’s workmanship. Created in Christ Jesus for HIS good works.

The day I gave my life to Christ, it ceased being about me.

The idea of suicide is so demonic-and not necessarily in a way that screams demon possession.

It’s just demonic in the way it was at the rebellion of the 1/3 angels…where Lucifer wanted to be God for his own purposes. It was about him and what he wanted.

That’s what suicide is. It’s only about you and what you want. Not what God wants.

Sir, It is not about me. It is not about me. It is not about me.

It is about my Maker. I go where he wants me to. Irrespective of the fact of how I am feeling.

Jesus already did all there was to be done concerning suicide. He committed the ultimate suicide( he gave his life, it wasn’t taken from him) so I don’t have to commit suicide again. Because my suicide cannot redeem anything and anyone.

That is the real issue of suicide. Not that it is selfish but that it is anti-the-Maker.

“We have become his poetry, a re-created people that will fulfill the destiny he has given each of us, for we are joined to Jesus, the Anointed One. Even before we were born, God planned in advance our destiny and the good works we would do to fulfill it!”

Ephesians 2:10 TPT



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