When you hear of someone committing suicide you say was it really that bad?
In my late teens I was pretty much depressed, distancing myself from God was now fully taking its tole on me.
I had everything a normal teen would want to make them happy. But there was a hole in my heart a empty space for a love the world could never give me, the missing place where God should have been.
But most of us never realize what this emptiness is until we finally hit rock bottom.
I had thoughts of suicide mixed with no peace whatsoever, in a sense I was tormented, myself and demons were dwelling in one temple, that was what it was like when I distanced myself from God.
There was an internal battle being fought, and it felt like I was on the losing end until God met me on my broken road and held my hand and showed me how beautiful life really is.
He told me how he had a hope and a future for me, and how he would always be with me, and that he would never leave me or forsake me.
He let me know of the beautiful future he has prepared for me not only in this life but in the next life as well. I was reminded that I was not only living for this life alone but also for the next life.
He made me know how much he loves me, and that the heavenly host has my back.
He welcomed me home and I have never felt peace and self worth like what I felt when I accepted his invitation.
I am important, I do have a destiny, and hope and a future, and the opportunity to show others that they do too.
Your life does matter, our lives matter.
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