Feeling hopeless?

Are you feeling hopeless? Have you ever felt hopeless? It isn’t uncommon for people to feel this way from time to time. But you don’t have to stay there, there is hope! If you remember from the post and video on foundational information, when you are feeling hopeless, you aren’t seeing the truth of the matter. Just know that even when you can’t see a solution, there is a solution. Each of us knows so little of what there is to know, and we know nothing about the future. We can’t see what is going to happen 5 minutes from now, how can we see the solutions to our problems that are going to show up tomorrow,  next week, next month, next year, or some other point in time. The answers to your hopeless situation already exist. Have hope and they will show up in your life even faster. Don’t dwell on how impossible it is for the problem to be resolved. Even you do have a problem you can’t solve, there is still hope for your life. It is hard to believe that something good is coming when we see no hint of it in the present moment. Don’t give in to despair and anxiety – that only leads to misery. I will say it again, the solutions to your problems are already out there, have hope! Believe in good things to come. Learn from your current circumstances, repent if you need to, apologize if you need to, forgive yourself and others if you need to, do all you can to move things forward, and then leave the rest in God’s hands. With God all things are possible to them that believe, even your hopeless circumstances. And most of all you are not hopeless. When we believe that we are personally hopeless, that leads to depression and its’ many cousins. You don’t want to go there. Because of how bad a person feels when they believe they are hopeless, it obvious that is a dark lie. You have infinite worth, you are worth loving, you are worth embracing! Embrace that truth and have hope for you and your life. You are loved!


About Arden Compton

I love helping people be the best that they can be. Addiction, stress, limiting beliefs & emotions, and bothersome memories are my specialties. I am happily married to my wife Cheryl, we have 7 robust, growing children. I like to ballroom dance, play volleyball, and enjoy the beauty of nature!
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  1. Pingback: Finding Hope When You Feel Hopeless | fullrliving

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