Breaking Point

What do you do when you have reached your breaking point?

We have all experienced situations that we have reached our breaking point. Everyone has or has had their own problems that they just felt like they are done dealing with it. We let things pile up on us until there is nothing else to do, nowhere else to turn to.

How do you handle yourself when you hit your breaking point? Probably the most common thing that we see is that people hold in all of their anger and then unleash it on whoever is around. It is unhealthy to do this because it has the potential to hurt whoever you are taking your frustrations out on. Some people take it all out on themselves. They hurt themselves in various ways and sometimes permanent ways.

Why it is that when we are at our breaking point we tend to openly show our anger? When we are going through these situations, do we pray? Does God ever cross our minds? Do we try to be Christ-like in these situations or are we so angry that the thought that God can help is too far-fetched?

I’ve struggled with anger in the past and it did me no good. It caused me to lose relationships that shouldn’t have been lost. I try hard now to not let things get to me but sometimes they do and it can be hard to deal with.

God is an amazing God. When we are down, thinking life can’t get any worse, and need someone to unleash our anger out on; we need to turn to Christ instead. Turn to Him for guidance and peace. Let Him guide the way we need to go. He can help us in any situation and nothing is stronger than Him.

If you need help, please ask for prayers. There are many people who need prayers that are always too proud to admit it. If you are that person, God can hear you. We are a great family of friends that can help you grow closer to Christ.

God is Good.

2 Corinthians 1:8 For we do not want you to be ignorant, brethren, of our [a]trouble which came to us in Asia: that we were burdened beyond measure, above strength, so that we despaired even of life.

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