Emily Meacham remembers the moment that her 15 years of crippling pain just vanished... It happened when she was watching "The 700 Club".
"Trigeminal Neuralgia" can be complicated to say - so doctors just call it "the suicide disease" because those with the condition find it so painful that they'd rather kill themselves than continue to live. Chris Carlson had it - for fifteen years.
After her brother committed suicide, Julianne Johnson had pain. Lots of pain. Here's how she found hope.
Have you ever felt like you were at the end of your rope? We all go through seasons of trial and tribulation. God doesn't promise us that our lives will be problem-free, but He does promise to never leave us nor forsake us. In fact, the Bible says that He is, "close the the brokenhearted" (Ps 34:18). This is a promise you can hold on to.
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