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The speech handicapped like Paul? The orthopedically impaired 7. The partially sighted child 8. The deaf or limited of hearing remember the Pharisees?
What can we do for these children? Is death the end or merely a transition?
What's me isn't really me. There is much more to life than what we see here on earth. This life is merely a prelude. The dead, while waiting for judgment, may have a pleasant existence. We are not to love the world or the things that are in it.
We are strangers and exiles in this world. We shouldn't get too attached to what we see around us because it will someday be melted with fervent heat II Peter 3: Paul said that he had learned to be content with what he had Philippians 4: Jesus taught us to seek his kingdom first Matthew 6: We are rich beyond measure or beyond our present understanding Luke Teen suicide is a growing problem.
Suicide may be an honest answer to a honest problem of someone not having anything to live for. The Christian has something to live and die for. There is something worse than physical death.
Suicide is incomprehensible to someone awaiting the kingdom. The best thing we can do to prevent this is to teach our children so that they have something to live and die for.
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They notice where the positive reinforcement goes. Parents as family, again 1. Surely we would not desert those who invested so much of their lives to raise us.
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