Peaceful Times

Living a human life is full of challenges. Sometimes, problems come one after another. Failing to cope with sudden changes in life pushes many people into depression and other mental disorders. Keeping a balanced view of life always helps.

Expect uncertain times anytime in any form. It could be in the form of a serious medical condition, financial struggle, or any other difficult situation.

Where is the real hope? The Bible prophesies point towards the end of these uncertain times and a peaceful time ahead of us. Jesus taught his disciples to pray for his Kingdom. Yes, God’s kingdom is at hand. The time is near for an end to all human suffering!


Bridging The Gap

A bridge is a perfect symbol of peace and security for people living on either side of the bridge. Bridges around the world serve as cultural monuments that tell stories. Bridges built many years ago are still testimonials of hard work and persistence.

When a war breaks out, bridges become the primary target. Destroying a bridge brings down everything around it. So, let’s build bridges, never destroy them again.

Why You Should Listen?

In a conversation, listening assumes paramount importance. A good listener keeps the conversation going smoothly and productively. Listening is an important skill one needs to acquire. It requires a good amount patience too!

If we think that we know what other person is going to talk about, it impairs our listening ability. Listen carefully while others talk. That is one way to show respect. May be the other person is trying to convey something important. All we have to do is to suppress the urge to talk, but listen! The bible puts it this way

 Know this, my beloved brothers: Everyone must be quick to listen, slow to speak, James 1:19

Enjoy Life, Even During Hard Times

There would be times when we feel disappointed because of the illness of our dear ones or ourselves. Such situations are highly unpredictable and hard to manage. It depends on person to person and their background that determines how they react to difficult times.

Keeping a calm mind will help us in times of distress. Have a realistic view of the situation and extend whatever support we can. After that, trust in God, believe in him and do whatever we can to reduce the stress and the pain of a person with the illness. God will deliver us! That’s the promise he is giving through his written word, The Bible.