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7 Things Christians Should Stop Saying in Times of Crisis

I don’t like this comment because it does not allow for reality. By this, I mean we must allow people to feel how they feel. We are emotional beings, meaning when something happens, you will feel a certain way about it. How you feel is not the problem. What you do with those feelings could be. The Bible allows us to feel; it’s just that we must control what we do with those feelings...READ THE FULL STORY HERE▶

“‘In your anger do not sin’: Do not let the sun go down while you are still angry, and do not give the devil a foothold.” (Ephesians 4:26-27)

Chances are, you will get angry at some point in life. Don’t sin in your anger; don’t be angry for too long because you give the devil a foothold. We can say this about every other emotion, too. In crisis, you may experience a range of emotions, and you can’t always help how you feel. However, you can help what you do with those emotions, and that is where your focus should be.

I want to leave you with one simple piece of advice. You don’t always have to speak. When someone is going through a crisis, they sometimes need a listening ear or someone to be present with them. Don’t worry about what to say. Instead, focus on being there when they need you. Most of the time, that will be more than enough.

1. God won’t give you more than you can handle
2. You just need to have more faith
3. God helps those who help themselves
4. What sin did you commit to deserve this?
5. You should just forgive and forget
6. It could be worse, but at least you still have…
7. You shouldn’t feel that way
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