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What do you think it's an indicator of? Think of reasons why people commit suicide. Let's just look at one.
Suicide is an indicator of not knowing how to handle it or not having the tools to properly handle it at that very second.
 
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Thanks for finally agreeing with me.
I'm puzzled how I'm agreeing with you with this statement?
Suicide is an indicator of not knowing how to handle it or not having the tools to properly handle it at that very second.
As the original quote is this:
God is on the throne. He sometimes tests faithfulness but never gives us more than we can handle.
I guess I'm just a bit confused. How is not knowing how to handle something or not being able to have the tools at that very moment to handle something God giving us more than we can handle? You could always have turned to God and asked him at that moment how you can handle it in order to know how to handle it, correct? You have to take responsibility at some point. I think that's where you and I have the disconnect to have to agree to disagree because you're coming from a very agnostic to atheist approach while I'm not.
 

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Interesting debate...
You could always have turned to God and asked him at that moment how you can handle it in order to know how to handle it, correct? You have to take responsibility at some
I've tried the hotline on multiple occasions... He seems to be pretty preoccupied at times as he didn't answer... Then you try again, and again... Still... no answer.

That quote is about hope and faith. Calling upon God won't guarantee you're answered or be given a satisfactory solution. There's evil at play as well ... messing about ... in a weak moment....

Not regarding suicide btw....

but... As it's being mentioned... if you're in the situation, better call upon an earthly lifeline first, worry about getting in touch with the big guy later.

You have to take responsibility at some point. I think that's where you and I have the disconnect to have to agree to disagree because you're coming from a very agnostic to atheist approach while I'm not.

True... But let's be real... Some people have been dealt with real shitty cards. In the real world it doesn't (always) work like that. Has nothing to do with being agnostic or being an atheist... Just being realistic... God isn't gonna save everybody looking for help. That's the point and sometimes I also , being a Christian, struggle with that...

It's a valid question to raise for someone who's not a Christian/ religious.
 

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You really can't go wrong with it. I keep it as a daily reminder so I don't get stressed out at the things that I can't control.

It helps, I suppose.
There are so many things in life we can't control.

Sage advice there.
Yup, I think so.
God is on the throne. He sometimes tests faithfulness but never gives us more than we can handle. And what the enemy intends for evil is invariably used for good.

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I'm not sure what this means but thanks @robmonster.

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