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Helping Hurting People by Fire-Link, literature

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If you, or someone you know is experiencing pains of emotional or mental or have problems, I'd like to help. You can talk to me by message or note. Here's a helpful reading deviation to help understand what I mean: fire-link.deviantart.com/art/H…

It also contains information about God, how He can help if you wish to read it and how to go to Heaven.


You have a purpose, you just need to find it. This isn't a fake, I really do wish to help. If you know someone who is looking for help or needs it, tell them about me.


This is a message I'm sending out to everyone in need of help with the problems, emotional and mental pains they are having. It doesn't matter who you are, what race, what kind of person you are, either you're atheist, gay, lesbian, bi-sexual, transgender, straight or what you have done. Even if you killed someone, please don't be afraid, I want to help you. If we talk I'll keep it between us, so no one else knows. You are never too far away to be saved. I won't judge you. Whether you are in pain from people, have pain on the inside, you cut yourself, or even thinking of or planning on committing suicide. It's never too late to change your mind about something. Never give up on life, even when life seems impossible. I want to help. This isn't a fake, I really do wish to help. You have a purpose, you just need to find it. If you know someone who is looking for help or needs it, tell them about me. My e-mail msn hotmail account is mentioned in the description section below.


I'm not "perfect". No one is. If you think you are, you are not. You may be imperfect, but you have something to live for, even if you never know what it is. If we were perfect. We would have no reason to strive for the better, no reason to find that perfectly imperfect person that belongs with you, and no reason to make the future better.


Every-time you feel bad for being imperfect. Think of this.


I'm Fat and Disgusting. I feel Comfortable with my body and Wonderful.


I'm ugly and worthless. I'm Pretty And I have friends who don't think I'm worthless.


No one will ever love me. My family loves me. (Or) It may not be right now, but someone will.


I'm going to cut myself. I'm not going to use a permanent solution to a temporary problem.


I don't have any friends. I have friends and they'll be here for me like I will for them.


I wish I could disappear. I want to make more memories while I'm still alive.


I'm going to kill myself. I'm going to wait 24 hours before I make any irrational choice I might regret later.


My friends are going to beat me up again. If they're hurting me, they aren't my friends.


No one cares about me. There is someone who cares, even if I don't know who.


I'm just a waste of space. I'm not a waste of space, even if my parents tell me otherwise. (Or) People don't think I am, even If I don't realize it.


I'm going to tell that person they're a piece of crap. I'm going to be nice to someone other than my friends for once.


I'm better than everyone at school, they just don't realize it. I'm not better than anyone, just because we're different doesn't mean anything.


I want to shoot the people I hate. Just because I say that doesn't mean I'm serious. (Or) I don't want want to go to prison for making a stupid mistake.


I'm going to drink my problems away. If I do that the problems will still be here when I'm sober again.


My friends want me to smoke so I will too. I'm not going to do something I'm not comfortable with. (Or) Why should I? In the end it can be a waste of time and money. (Or) Just because they do it doesn't me I have too.


He offered me drugs.. I think I'll do them so he'll like me more. I don't need to do that for him to like me. (Or) It won't define who I actually am to others.


If any of these have happened to you or anything else bad, repeat the positive part to yourself. You may not feel anything the first couple times you say it, but it works. I hope this can help others. If you know someone who else has felt any of these, share this with people you know so that they can share, and hopefully so that someone else knows they're not alone. Remember no one is, no matter how much they think that. Even if we feel weak, we don't need to feel ashamed of it. We are people, it's going to happen in our lives and everyone feels that way in their lives even if others feel it for longer, there is nothing wrong with it. Don't feel ashamed for seeking help for it either, that's why others exist, so we can help each other.


If you self harm and don't wish to talk to anyone, here's some advice. Instead of self harming, try to occupy your time with something else, such as a movie, music, book, drawing, writing poems or stories, self expression, exercise of any sort, or even anything else that isn't self harm, and I do not recommend drugs, cigarettes or alcohol since they can do harm. These ideas can help release the stress that you may have in you, and even something as simple as walking while listening to music can help. Try doing a combination of these ideas to help. Remember self harm doesn't solve a problem, it only numbs it temporarily.


If you decide that you want to die and think no one cares, then remember this, even if you think that no one cares about you, there will always be someone that does, even if you can't think about them, they do. And when you're gone you will leave big hole in their lives that they cannot fill. It will hurt them very deeply.


Bad things happen, but you can still live a good life. You always have a reason to live. You were born for a reason, no matter what people say or those bad voices in your head say. Don't let them tell you who you are.


Living this life is important, even to those that may not be here any more. It is important to live your life for them, and remember who they are. They would want you to continue on. If you can't see it then try looking at it from a different perspective.


Hope is everywhere. You can find it in others and even in yourself. Find hope to live for your life. You can find who you truly are.


If you made a mistake in life, don't worry about what you could have done or how it could have happened, we all make mistakes. What you can do is learn from your mistakes and use that information to make you a better person. If something went wrong and you had nothing to do with it, do not blame yourself for it, because you had nothing to do about it. The actions of the other people is what caused it to happen and not you. Even if you could have done something, it does not change what happened. It's better to move on and live the life you have been given.


If you do something constantly and you don't know why, but you don't want to break the habit, then just think about it for a few minutes. Ask yourself "Why am I doing this and do I even like it?" It might help you figure things out.


Do not worry about what others think about your decisions in life. It's your life you decide what happens and do not worry what others think. It's your decision. You make your life the way you want it. But do consider what they tell you.


Don't be afraid to let others help you. I understand that sometimes they do not intend to help you even when they say they do, but if you need help it can help by accepting their offer. But first you may want to get to know the person more before you agree to them. And letting someone help you does not make you weak, it helps you by realizing you need help and you can't do it alone. Sometimes we can't and we need help.


If you don't want to talk to me about your problems then at least talk to someone, I suggest a person you know, it can help you feel better. Also try to focus on what you can do instead of what you can not do.


Don't let your pride get in the way of the right thing that you should do. If you have something to do and you are afraid to do it, but it's the right thing, you should still do it as soon as you can. It's better to do the right thing as soon as you can rather than later. It just might help a person out.


If you need to tell someone something, tell them when you get the chance. Even if you miss the chance, you can still tell them after wards. It is not good to let those feelings build up inside of you. Tell them as soon as you can, you may regret it later if you don't.


If people have tried to help you before, I still like to try, even if you think it's hopeless. It's not hopeless, it can be done by working together and we both try our best to do it. Even if you don't have an interest in Christianity, we don't have to talk about it, or anything church related or religion.


This has more than Christian beliefs in it. I like to use it to help people. You can skip it if you want, but they can help and teach you more interesting things about God than you may know. Christianity is not suppose to prove God exists, it is about believing and having faith.


If you don't believe in Christianity because you wish to believe in evolution, well you can believe in both. For example the length of a day may have not been defined when the Universe was being made, it could have been many, many years. The point of Christianity is to believe in Jesus and let Him change you for the better, while still being yourself.


If you had bad experiences with Christianity, I recommend that you give it another chance. Not all Christians are the same and others are more understanding than some others. You can try a different group of people such as a new church or Christian group. They do not have to be big either. If that doesn't work try again until you find a group of people you like. Find one that will accept you for who you are, the good and the bad. That is how you enter, you enter as yourself, you don't have to change any part of yourself to join a Christian group. All you need to do is be yourself. Find the group that will treat you like that. They are out there, just keep looking.


To accept Jesus and to go to Heaven, it is labeled near the bottom as "To Go to Heaven". By doing this you become a Christian. Read about Heaven, right above it too for more information and below it as well. Almost half way down marked by "How God can change and help you" it shows how God can do those things, but there's still many other ways too.


Words inside the brackets are important too.( )


Heaven and Hell are mentioned just before the mentioning of the "To Go to Heaven" part.


Finding a group of friends who like you for who you are is important. If they can not accept you, you do not have to change so they will. Find a group who accepts you for who you are. You don't have to be the same as them either and if they hurt you, try to work it out with them and make things right. Plus remember the things that you liked about each other before things went wrong to help you remember why you were friends in the first place. This will help make your friendship stronger and you will be happier with them. The same thing works for Christian groups, such as churches, and other different groups too.


Even if you are atheist some of these ideas that deal with Christianity could still help.


If you are stressed, take one day of the week off of any work and relax to help lose any stress and help yourself feel better.


All this here is not all I know. If you have questions feel free to ask me anything, I don't care if it insults my beliefs or me just ask me.


These websites can help you a lot if you do not feel like talking to me. Some have phone numbers if you wish to call them.


If you are a Lesbian/Bisexual/Gay, people have made this site called, The Trevor Project, for people to talk to you about any problems you are having: www.thetrevorproject.org/


Here is the link for the Kids Help Phone site if you wish to talk to them about your problems and they cover a vast amount of different ones: kidshelpphone.ca/Teens/home.as…


If you are depressed and you do not know why, look at this website, it may have answers for you: www.depressionhurts.ca/en/


This is teen challenge. It's a program that helps with drugs, alcohol abuse and addictions. It's for teens and adults. It helps make a big difference in life.

www.teenchallenge.ca/ : Canada

teenchallengeusa.com/ : USA


If you worry over something, it can create sadness for you. By thinking about how different events could happen it can make you worry. Instead, do not worry about it so much or think about it and just think about what is happening now.


If someone hurts you in anyway, I ask you to forgive them with no conditions. I'm not saying to go up to them and say, "I forgive you." What I'm asking is not to hold a grudge against them. To be honest, holding a grudge does more harm to you then it does them. It makes you miserable and you have no idea why. So please do this for yourself and for the person who has hurt you. Plus when you accept someone as a friend or more, you accept them for the good qualities they have as well as the bad. And even if they do it again please continue to forgive them and try to help them if you want. They could use some help themselves, maybe you can ask them about it.


There is something important to know, especially with relationships, is that love does not hurt a person. If a person is hurt, then the action was not loving. Love is kind, patient, does not keep a record of mistakes, and is trusting. A person may not keep all of these things in mind and makes a mistake, but it would be best to give them another chance. People do make mistakes and if they do care they wouldn't want to do it again. It's up to you if you wish to still trust them. You can still love someone as a friend and not something more if you like.


If there's one thing in life I have learned it is this. You have your hopes and dreams for a reason. You should never give up even if the situation is hopeless. There's always hope out there. Even if you fail, you got to keep on trying again, again and again and never quit. Learn from your mistakes to improve yourself for your future. God has a plan for us all with a purpose. It is not suffering, but God uses suffering to help us grow into a better person than we were before. Always look for that light of hope in the darkness and in the bad times you might be in. Let it help you and give you strength to keep on living. Ask God to help you and Believe He will. He is the "Light in the darkness" and He always listens and never treats anyone differently no matter what they have done. He has a purpose for everyone. Even if you are suffering, there is a purpose for you. There's always hope, it's never lost or too far away. It is here and all around us, sometimes you just need to look for it.


I encourage you to read the bible for yourself. It can help you understand it yourself and possibly correct anyone who might be mistaken. Ask for the Holy Spirit to come into you to help you understand the bible. The bible has historically accurate details about the past and the way the world is, just look for them. It may take a while, but they are there. There are online bibles to read. Here is one with many different versions and languages. Choose the one that will suit you. NIV(New International Version) is recommended because its translation may be better suited for you. Some versions, this site has, even has audio bibles to listen to: www.biblegateway.com/


And when you read the bible, don't read it as another book with a story, read it as a new look at life and a way of redefining the way you may see the world around you. The bible does have good stories in them, just they are more then stories. Plus don't take everything literally, the bible was written many centuries ago and some parts are even older than others. So try to learn what it means without taking the words literally.


In the brackets below is a verse example:

'Acts' is a name of the book that the verse is in. There are many books in the bible. '16' is the chapter the verse is in. '28' is the verse number. In the quotes is what the verse says, the words vary from translation, however it means the same in the end. Hope this helps you in reading the bible.

(Acts 16:28) “But Paul shouted, “Don’t harm yourself! We are all here!”


Here are some bible verses to look up, to help if you are feeling down or in the other ways listed below.


STOP the Harm (Acts 16:28) “But Paul shouted, “Don’t harm yourself! We are all here!”


Purposelessness: (John 15:16, Ephesians 2:10, Philippians 3: 14)

Anxiety: (John 14:27, Philippians 4:6-9)

Trapped: (John 16:33, Ecclesiastes 8:6, 1 Corinthians 10:13)

Hopelessness: (John 10:9, 14:1, Romans 15:4, 1 Peter 3:15)


Comfort: Psalm 73:23; John 6:37-40

Anxiety: Matthew 11:28 Fear: Hebrews 13:6; Psalm 23

Peace: Romans 5:1-8; John 3:16

When you feel weak: Isaiah 57:15; Ephesians 3:16

Despair: Psalm 46:1; Ephesians 1:18

Depressed: Psalm 40:1-3; John 10:10

Grief: Psalm 119:28; Revelation 21:3-5; John 11:25; John 14:1-2

Times of trouble: Psalm 50:15; John 16:33


Christian Care Network (CCN), (www.aacc.net/resources/find-a-…).


Resting in Jesus Christ as Your Lord & Savior (John 1:12, 3:16, 14:6, 17:3): If you sense that you need to receive and know the Savior who is our Lord Jesus Christ, then follow the Gospel Steps to Life at evangelismexplosion.org/resour… or you can call or email the Billy Graham Evangelistic Association (1-877-247-2426 or help@bgea.org).


If you are reading this, I just want to say I sorry for any pain that you might have went through. I understand it hurts. I you might just want to end your life because of it. But I written this to ask you not to. Please. All you would be doing is ending a temporary problem with a permanent solution. I know it's tough, but it's true. Also, all of your friends and family will wonder why you did it. They will have to go through the pain of losing you and could even do the same thing with themselves. They care about you, even if they said they don't, even if you think they don't, they do. Please don't do it. Not just for them, but for yourself. You got so much to live for. Your whole life is waiting for you. Sure there will be rough times, but life will be like that. Also life will have amazingly wonderful times. You just need to go and look for them. You are special. Everyone is special. God made you for a purpose. He cares about you more than anyone you'll ever meet. Even if you not hurting this much, but your still hurting. Please tell someone about it and see if they can help. I wrote this to help you. You can talk to me too. Just write a comment to me and if you want this private we can send notes to each other. I'll do my best to help you. All you need to do is let me. If not me, let someone else know of your troubles. I know God will want you to. I believe He wants me to help you. Just allow me to. Don't be afraid I won't tell anyone else about this if you want it private. I'll understand if you might be afraid though. I hope to talk to you soon. God will forgive you for anything you have done. If you need help ask Him for it. Pray and ask for him to help you and admit that you can't do it alone and can't change alone. He will help no mater what, even if you haven't accepted Him. Doesn't matter if you even killed someone. He will forgive you, He forgives you now and it helps you to admit you sins to Him and ask for them to be forgiven. He will do it.


God wants you to come to Him just as you are. That means you can go to church without changing yourself. Changes can happen afterwards, but you can choose whether to change or not. It's your life, you decide what you do.


To pray to God just talk to God by talking to Him. You can start by saying "Dear God" and ending with "I pray this in Jesus' Name, amen". He will answer if you believe He will and you can talk to Him about anything, And I do mean anything. Even if you ask Him to help with something, it doesn't mean it will be fixed right away, however be patient and you will see a difference. Prayer is a time to ask God for help and to thank Him or just simply talking to Him. If you do ask Him for something just keep this in mind, He has a plan for you and sometimes His answer to your prayer is no. But do not worry, He has a plan for you that is infinitely better then yours, you just need to find out what it is, follow it and it will help.


God wants us to believe in Him by choice, not by force.


God is sometimes blamed for many things in life and asked why doesn't He fix it. But maybe we should ask ourselves this question: Why don't we fix it? People do have choices to help others.


God's love is unconditional. He does ask us to do something at times, but we can choose if we wish to do it. He lets us make our lives the way we want it. Some people may say something different, but God doesn't want to force us into something we can not handle. He knows what we can and can not do. He cares for us everyday.


This has more than Christian beliefs in it. I like to use it to help people. You can skip it if you want, but they can help and teach you more interesting things about God than you may know.


Christianity is really meant for people who don't believe in Jesus. People who are Christians have accepted Jesus and can help spread Christianity to others. That way other people can accept Jesus and be saved from their sins(the bad things you have done and still will do) and go to Heaven. He does this because the punishment for sin is death. He wants to save us from that, so when we die we will still live on with a new life in Heaven with Him.


If you were forced to go to church by your parents or guardians, it could not have been because they wanted you to go, but because they didn't want to leave you alone at home.


God wants to be with you in your life. He wants to help you through your troubles and be by your side. Ask Him and He will. Pray to Him and He will answer according to His will and He wants to help us all. It does not have to be long, it can be short and all you got to do is talk to Him. Just find some time alone to speak to Him. God works in many mysterious and wondrous ways. He doesn't always do things the way we think He does things. But He does it in a way that's better than we think, even if we don't think so at first. Sometimes He does say no, but there is always a good reason for it and it's not to hurt us, but to help us grow. Not everything He does always makes sense to us, because we are not perfect. But don't worry, God is perfect and has a perfect plan that involves you and everyone else in this world and beyond.


Christianity is not a religion. A religion is people getting close to God. Christianity is God coming to us.


Who is God:

God is the creator of everything, the world, the universe, and Heaven. He created us and everything around you and made each one of us different. We are God's master piece. He doesn't cause bad things to happen and doesn't make anyone do anything against their will. God allows us to do what we want. He knows everything about you, the good and the bad things you have done, what you will do next and what will happen to you next before you even know about it. Nothing is a secret from God. But He does not judge you by what you have done or in any way. He understands everything and you do not have to explain yourself. Jesus is God and the Holy Spirit it too. They are the same in three different forms. God is the Father, Jesus is the Son, the Holy Spirit is the spirit of God. He always listens and never treats anyone differently no matter what they have done. Jesus came to Earth to save us from our sins. He died on the cross to take our punishment, which is death, for our sins, so we may live with Him forever in Heaven. The reason He has done this is because He is perfect, because He has lived a life without doing anything wrong, living through all the problems that you and me have today.


It doesn't take much to be saved. All you need is a little faith, you don't need a huge amount, just as much as a small child has. All you need to do is accept that Jesus is who He said He is, accept Him as your Personal Saviour and that He has come to save you. Below is how to go to Heaven marked by "To go to Heaven". If you want to do it.


God made who you really are. And He loves us just because He made us. We are his and He made us special. Don't listen to people who put you down, most likely they are afraid of who you really are, so they put you down to keep that from you. The only thing that matters is what God thinks of us. And He loves you no matter what you do or have done, even the bad things you've done, you are special in His eyes.


One thing to remember is don't be afraid. It's alright to be afraid, but fear can hold you back and make you do things you don't want to, don't let it. Asking God to help can help you break free from fear.


One thing you can do is to pray to God about it. God does not punish you for the wrong things you have done, he helps us. The bad things that happens is caused by others and by the devil's ways. Believe God will help and He will. He wants to be with you to help you through your problems, to be next to you for the good and bad times. You may not see Him, but He is there. To help understand God's word/the bible and messages given by people about God, ask the Holy Spirit into your heart and the Holy Spirit will give you the power to understand.


How God can change and help you:

If you want to change you life, you should know it's hard to do it on your own. By asking God to help you change, you can change your life in many ways with God helping you. Also admitting to God that you need Him to change pleases Him. He loves to hear us ask for his help, so don't be afraid to. God will forgive us even if we repeat the same mistakes over and over again, so don't be afraid of asking for forgiveness. He will take away your guilt and you will not have to bare it, you can just let it go. You can ask Him to help you resist your bad habits and help keep it that way. Remember changing is very difficult on your own and you should not let your pride get in the way of getting help. Christians can help spread the word in any way they see fit, but they should know not to force people to change. They should tell people about God and let God take over from there. People need to decide for themselves to change or not.


Even if you don't have an interest in Christianity, prayer is still an important thing you can do. It can help you feel good about something that's troubling you. It helps you believe that someone is watching over you. Prayer is one way of talking to God, you can tell Him anything and ask Him to help you with your problems. He asks us to let Him help us and to do what we can to help with it. In the end it will be worth it. If you have a problem bring it up with God, He will help you and everyone. It doesn't matter what you've done or who you are, He will help. All you need to do is ask Him to and believe He will help. The way He answers prayers isn't the way we think He does, but when He does, we will be amazed the way He does and you may not recognize it right away either, but you will recognize it when you do. He does say no sometimes, but he has a good reason to. He always has a better plan than our own, even if ours is the best plan we have. He also answers prayers through people and the way things that happen coincidentally is a way of God helping us.


A way to help yourself, try following these steps one by one to help regain your happiness and joy. Try by going reading the first step, doing it then continue on like that. It can help, helped me.


Inside the brackets are important too.


  1. Admit to yourself you have lost your happiness and joy.


  1. Think about what caused it. (This might be painful, but it's important to know exactly what happened to figure out how to fix it.)


  1. Make right anything that you've might have done wrong.


  1. Count your good points in life or blessings. (I know that you have good points in your life, even if you don't think so. There's ups and downs in life, good times and bad times. One thing to remember is that things can always be worse even if it keeps on getting worse.)


  1. Spend time with God. (Ask Him to help you by praying.)


  1. Start to do good things for others. (This can make you happy inside.)


  1. Share your faith. (If you don't want to believe in God it's your choice. This can help though.)


God wants to help, so we can spread the word of Him and more people will live with Him. He wants to show us the great wealth of his grace and love He has for us.


God has control over everything, even though sometimes it may not seem like it, He does and has a plan. Follow God and some day it will all make sense, can not say when, but it will.


Heaven is mentioned as this perfect place with God. I don't know exactly what it's like, but I believe it's a perfect place to be that's beyond our imagination where we will be happy forever. Going to Heaven means you will be living with God forever and ever. You share a home with God, you get a new body and live without pain and suffering. You live with others who love God and it's not going to be boring or like a church service. It's nothing like what it is like on Earth. You do this by accepting Jesus, and it is labelled below as "To go to Heaven". Another thing to remember is you have to die first to go to Heaven. But God wants us to live our lives for Him, so we can help others, like friends, family and more people, do the same and accept Jesus and go to Heaven. Anyone can go to Heaven. Even people who have murdered people or have done bad things can go. They just need to do the same thing, said just above, and they will go to Heaven. Jesus had two criminals next to Him when He died and one of them realized he has sinned and believes that Jesus came to save us from our sins and that He's done nothing wrong. He believes that Jesus is the Son of God. He accepted Jesus and Jesus replied "you will be with Me in Heaven today". I said "believes" because I believe the criminal is living in Heaven today. The good deeds we do in this life give us rewards in Heaven. How it affects our time there is unknown to me. But I believe it would be something we can not imagine.


Check out this real life story about Heaven, watch the video: heavenisforreal.net/


If you are wondering why God does what He does or did what He did, it's because He thinks differently from all on us and his ways are not our ways. He does not punish us, but He can use events to help us grow into a better person, if we allow Him to. We should keep believing He has control and we should not do anything that would make things worse for us.


Hell, is a place where people go if they do not accept Jesus before they die. Hell is total separation from God. And without God you would also lose the good feelings and everything you enjoyed. God provides much more then we know. God doesn't send people there, they chose not to accept God, so they don't go to Heaven. Some people have said that it wouldn't be as bad because their friends might be there. Something they should know is Hell is a place where your worst fears come true and you experience the worst pain ever. Odds are you won't even see your friends if they are there, because the devil wants you to suffer as must as possible. It's a scary thing and not everyone believes in it, but it's something I believe to be real.


"To go to Heaven"

The words you say do matter but what also does matter is your attitude/feelings/thoughts about Jesus. You must truly believe and mean what you are saying.

Just start praying to God. You start with "Dear Heavenly Father" or "Dear God" as an example.

The words below listed under "Prayer" is an example of how people accept Jesus and their attitudes. By doing this you become a Christian and you also commit to living your life for God.

Inside the brackets are important too( ), they are notes to you.

Sins are the all the bad things you/we have done and still will do.

All you need is a little faith. The amount of faith as a young child would have. Faith means trust/believing.

You can do this because you want to go to Heaven and you wish to live with Jesus forever, and there can be many other reasons.


To understand accepting Jesus more try reading the book of John in the bible. It can help.

Also read about the four spiritual laws to help you understand it too. Here's a link to help about the four spiritual laws: crustore.org/four-laws-english…

You will notice that their version of accepting Jesus is different from what is listed below. Theirs' is a compressed version yet both are correct. The one here is more expanded to help people understand.


Prayer:

Dear God, I believe in You. I believe that Jesus is Your Son. I Believe in my heart that You rose Jesus from the dead. I Admit that I have sinned against You and need a saviour(or savior depending how you spell the word), even when I don't deserve to be saved and I am not good enough to be in Your presence(Yet He still wants us and wants to save us). I admit that I need forgiveness of my sins and that I need Your love. I turn away from my sins and live a life for You. God forgive me for my sins. I accept the love Jesus offers, so that from now on You see me as good in Jesus. I believe that Jesus has saved me from my sins by living a perfect life and dying on the cross to pay the debt of my sins I could not pay. I accept Jesus as my personal Saviour and accept Him as my Lord. I give Him rule over my life, so He takes charge over my life and can influence me to do His work(but you still can make choices in your life). I accept Jesus into my life. God fill me with the Holy Spirit. God I thank You for forgiving my sins and thank You for saving me and for giving me eternal life. Make me the person You want me to be. I pray this in Jesus' Name, amen.


Turning away from your sins is a great way to help you discover a new person in yourself you may not even know. Odds are you will still do sinful things, but God can help you with those too and will forgive you.


Accepting Jesus is the only way to go to Heaven. You become a Christian by doing so. And what Christianity is about, is having a relationship with Jesus, one that is between you and Him. Just to warn you though, Christians can be sometimes treated badly, because of their beliefs. In some countries Christians are even treated worse than anywhere else. They do this because they don't understand their beliefs or they are just like that, because they hate God. Sometimes they do actions such as these as an act for God, when it really isn't. They say that, but it really isn't because they do not understand Christianity and the bible. People who hate God can also hate Christians. There are people who do accept Christians as who they are. If you have already accepted Jesus don't worry about this, God will help you. Just ask God for help with your troubles through prayer and He will. I'm not trying to scare you, just warning you, but in the end it will be worth it. Another thing God does care about everyone, and sometimes it is a good idea to keep your beliefs hidden from some people that may hurt you, but you don't lie about not believing if you do believe in God. That says something about your beliefs if you truly trust God. It can say that you don't trust Him. God will help you if you are in trouble, just ask by praying.


Suffering is something that happens because of sin. It could be caused by others, bad things happening or even by our own doing. Yes you can cause suffering to yourself by the things you do and you don't know it. But suffering can help us grow. We can learn from the mistakes we have made and what others have made to help us grow into a greater person. God can use suffering to help us grow and rely on Him more. He doesn't cause the suffering, but He is stronger when we need his help, all we need to do is ask and try our best to help with it too, God will do the rest.


Jesus wants us to live our lives for Him. You can do this by spreading the word about God to your friends, family, and more people if you like. It's one of the things God asks us to do, but it is your choice. You can do this by your own way. I'm using the internet to help spread the word about God. Use your talents God has gifted/given you to help spread the word. Help them find the way to God, so they can be in Heaven too. But please be careful how you teach. Some people do not wish to hear about God, either they had a bad experience with Christianity, they wish to simply not hear it or they have other reasons. It's better not to push someone to listen, it's better to let them choose to hear it for themselves.


Accepting Jesus is only the start of it. He still wants you to grow more in faith and learn more about Him. He also wants us to bring more people into knowing Him, including friends and family. You can just simply talk about God with people you know, it's not as hard as it seems. You can ask God for help with prayer.


Turning away from your sins is a great way to help you discover a new person in yourself you may not even know. You will still do sinful things, but you are still saved if you accepted Jesus and He can help you with those too and will forgive you.


If you are looking for a church you should know that a church is not a building, it is the people who believe in God. If you have been rejected by a church then it wasn't one for you. Keep looking for one that suits you. Church can help your life in many ways. It can help you know yourself much more than you have before, help you build strong relationships among people, and even help you love people like Jesus has and still does. The church you should go to should help you stay motivated to your faith and help you grow more in your faith. That church should help you discover what God wants you to do with your life and figure out what you can do to help others know God more. God has given us gifts for the purpose of that, we just need to figure out a way to use them for God. To choose a church you will want to examine it's own way of faith, see if it will go well with your own. Everyone has their own kind of faith and ways in life. Examine how the church gives thanks to God/worship/praise, see if it's your own style. It can be singing, helping at church, and much more. Even doing what you like for God is a form of praise, that's using your gifts for Him. Learn about it's way of bringing people to God and if you would like to be a part of it. Next learn more about the way they get along with each other, see if it's a group of people you would like. Don't judge by one person, see more than one person at the church.


If you want to help someone follow these steps to do so:


-Listen to the what the person has to say about themselves.


-say helpful words to help or just talk to them, but keep it simple and helpful.


-Be aware of your limitations or how much you can handle.


-Comfort those who are suffering and in pain.


-Accept who they are.


-Let them know telling someone helps them with the problem.


-Pray for them and about the problem.


-Use a plan of ideas and actions to help them.


-Keep everything to yourself and don't tell others about it, unless you think it is needed for and life threatening thing, like suicide.


Ask me anything about Christianity, how I can help and anything else if you want. Don't worry about insulting me or my beliefs because I will not mind. I want to help and I'm not here to judge.


Here is a movie I would recommend for anyone who is depressed or wants to know more about God. It can help a lot and is based on a true story. Website is here: tosavealifemovie.com/


Don't be afraid to let others help you. I understand that sometimes they do not intend to help you even when they say they do, but if you need help it can help by accepting their offer. But first you may want to get to know the person more before you agree to them. And letting someone help you does not make you weak, it helps you by realizing you need help and you can't do it alone. Sometimes we can't and we need help.


If you don't want to talk to me about your problems then at least talk to someone, I suggest a person you know, it can help you feel better.


You can e-mail me at Fire_Link_99@hotmail.com if you do not have a deviant art account.


Feel free to use this to help others if you want to.


Check out this real life story about Heaven, watch the video: http://heavenisforreal.net/


How to Survive Depression: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JZ-DmspcBj4

This video has a lot of helpful ideas such as talking to your doctor, going to helpful people and doing things that make you happy to help with depression.


These websites can help you a lot if you do not feel like talking to me. Some have phone numbers if you wish to call them.


List of websites with helpful information about many situations and conditions people may have, plus phone numbers for help in those various areas.

http://projecturok.org/resources/


If you or someone you know is thinking of attempting suicide, please contact one of the following:

https://www.lifeline.org.au/

http://www.suicidepreventionlifeline.org/

http://psychcentral.com/helpme.htm

http://www.samaritans.org/


New Mexico Suicide Prevention Coalition: http://wakingupalive.org/


If you are a Lesbian/Bisexual/Gay, people have made this site called, The Trevor Project, for people to talk to you about any problems you are having: http://www.thetrevorproject.org/


Here is the link for the Kids Help Phone site if you wish to talk to them about your problems and they cover a vast amount of different ones: http://kidshelpphone.ca/Teens/home.aspx?gclid=CLya0f3Xiq0CFcUSNAodT2WNnQ


If you are depressed, look at this website, it may have answers you are looking for and maybe even help you know why you are depressed: http://www.depressionhurts.ca/en/


For help with an alcohol drinking problem, Alcoholics Anonymous: http://www.aa.org/


Help with a substance abuse, try here Partnership For Drug Free Kids: http://www.drugfree.org/


Websites for those suffering from PTSD(Posttraumatic Stress Disorder) Which can cause suffering from the after effects caused by a traumatic experience.

https://www.rainn.org/get-help (This one helps with sexual assault)

http://www.ptsdalliance.org/

https://www.ptsd.va.gov/gethelp/index.asp

http://www.thehotline.org/


Even famous actors can go through problems themselves. Here's a short video about Letitia Wright who was in the Black Panther and Avengers movies: https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=35&v=ky9LIpIJoOg&feature=emb_logo


Here's a motivational video to help you if you are going through a tough time: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UrfpkvvRTns


BetterHelp changes the way people get help to conquer life's challenges.

Facing obstacles alone can be daunting. Support and guidance from a professional counselor has been shown to make big changes. BetterHelp was created so anyone can have convenient, discreet, and affordable access to professional help. Here's the link to their website: https://www.betterhelp.com/


If you’re looking for affordable and convenient therapy to deal with stress, anxiety, or depression, please check out BetterHelp: https://www.betterhelp.com/start/?go=true&transaction_id=10235c1acfee7221d2ec74e68f925c&utm_source=affiliate&utm_campaign=364&utm_medium=Desktop&utm_content=&utm_term=¬_found=1&gor=start


BetterHelp has a youtube channel that provide information about themselves, ways you can help yourself and information about what you may be experiencing. Here's a link to one of they're videos, it is titled: 7 Ways To Overcome Childhood Emotional Neglect. Here's the link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O_cYdF0-Ucs


For more information about self harm/abuse: https://www.healthyplace.com/abuse/self-injury/self-injury-homepage


Looking for help with Suicide, depression, self-harm, and other mental illnesses, try Crisis Text Line. It is a free, 24/7 support for those in crisis. Text 741741 from anywhere in the US to text with a trained Crisis Counselor. Crisis Text Line trains volunteers to support people in crisis. With over 100 million messages processed to date, they're growing quickly, but so is the need.


https://www.crisistextline.org/

UNITED STATES : Text to 741741

UNITED KINGDOM : Text HOME to 85258

CANADA : Text HOME to 686868

Here are some help-lines from all over the world:


Depression Hotline: 1-630-482-9696

Suicide Hotline: 1-800-784-8433

Suicide Prevention Lifeline: 1-800-273-8255

Trevor Project: 1-866-488-7386

Sexuality Support: 1-800-246-7743

Eating Disorders Hotline: 1-847-831-3438

Rape and Sexual Assault: 1-800-656-4673

Grief Support: 1-650-321-5272

Runaway: 1-800-843-5200, 1-800-843-5678, 1-800-621-4000

Exhale: After Abortion Hotline/Pro-Voice: 1-866-4394253

Child Abuse: 1-800-422-4453



Suicide Hotlines:

America: 1-800-273-TALK (8255)

Canada: 1-866-531-2600

Australia: 13 11 14

United Kingdom: +44 (0) 8457 90 90 90

Beijing: 0800-810-1117

Hong Kong: +852 28 960 000

Japan/Tokyo: 81 (0) 3 5286 9090

Brazil: 55 11 31514109 or (91) 3223-0074

Mexico: 9453777

Germany: 0800 111 0 111

Russia: (495) 625 3101

India: 91-22-27546669

Iran: 1480

South Africa: 0800 12 13 14


Suicide Hotlines from all over the world from: https://www.suicidestop.com/

They are a suicide and self-harm resource center for online chats, worldwide hotlines and emergency numbers, interactive media, useful information and helpful tips. Please go there for help and information. If you do not find a hotline listed below for your country, please visit their website. They may have more listed there and plus they offer other ways to contact online help services. Your country may have one of those instead.


Suicide Hotlines from all over the world from: https://www.suicidestop.com/

Argentina

Centro de Valorizacion de la Vida Samaritanos

Hotline: 054 022 3493 0430

Hotline E-mail: samaritanosargentina@hotmail.com


Centro de Atencíon al Familiar del Suicida

Hotline: (054-011) 4758 2554


CAS Buenos Aires

Hotline: 135


S.O.S. Un Amigo Anonimo

Hotline: (054 011) 4783 8888


Teléfono de la Esperanza

Hotline: 902 500 002


Programa de Prevención, Atención y Posvención del Suicidio

Hotline: (054 011) 4664 1936


Armenia

Trust Social Work and Sociological Research Centre

Hotline: (2) 538194 / (2) 538197


Australia

The Samaritans, Subiaco

Hotline: 08 9381 5555

Youth Hotline: 08 9388 2500

Toll free number: 1800 198 313


Kids Helpline

Hotline: 1800 55 1800


Suicide Call Back Service

Hotline: 1300 659 467


MensLine Australia

Hotline: 1300 78 99 78


Lifelink Samaritans

Hotline: 03 63 31 3355

E-mail: lifelinksam@intas.net.au


Samaritans of Albany, WA

Hotline: 08 98 422776


Lifeline Australia

Hotline: 13 11 14


SuicideLine Victoria

Hotline: 1300 651 251


SANE Helpline

Helpline: 1800 187 263


Austria

Rat auf Draht

Hotline: 147


Telefon Seelsorge

Hotline: 142


Other

Hotline: 01713 3374


Bahamas

The Crisis Centre

Hotline: 328-0922, 322-4999


National Hotline

Helpline: 322-2763


Bahrain

Helpline: 0097 161 199 188

Helpline: 0097 161 199 260

Helpline: 0097 161 199 191

Helpline: 0097 161 199 334


Bangladesh

Kaan Pete Roi

Helpline (Grameenphone): 01779554391, 01779554392

Helpline (Airtel): 01688709965, 01688709966

Helpline (Banglalink): 01985275286

Helpline (Robi): 01852035634


Barbados

Samaritans of Barbados

Helpline: (246) 4299999

Email: samaritansbdos@yahoo.com


Belgium

Tele-Onthaal

Helpline: 106


Le Centre de Prévention du Suicide

Helpline: 0800 32 123


Awel

Youth Helpline : 102


Vlaams Expertisecentrum Suïcidepreventie

Helpline: 1813


Bolivia

Telefono de la Esperanza

Hotline (Cochabamba) : (00 591 4) 4 25 42 42

Hotline Email: cochabamba@telefonodelaesperanza.org

Hotline (La Paz) : 75288084

Hotline Email: lapaz@telefonodelaesperanza.org


Botswana

Lifeline

Helpline: 3911270


Brazil

CVV Sao Paulo - National Association

Hotline: 55 11 31514109

Hotline: (16) 636 4111

Hotline: (91) 3223-0074

Hotline: (71) 244 6936

Hotline: (31) 334-4111

Hotline: (93) 522-0050

Hotline: (65) 321 4111

Hotline: (11) 4972 4111

Hotline: (41) 342 4111

Hotline: (13) 234 4111

Hotline: (85) 3465-1010

Hotline: (11) 448 4111

Hotline: (62) 223 4041

Hotline: (11) 744 4111

Hotline: (83) 241 4111

Hotline: (16) 272 4111

Hotline: (84) 3 221 4111

Hotline: (21) 2604-4332

Hotline: (51) 224 6111

Hotline: (17) 233 4111

Hotline: (21) 233 9191

Hotline: (12) 321 4111

Hotline: (21) 236 0536

Hotline: (41) 3381-5986

Hotline: (27) 223 4111

Hotline: (11) 247 4111

Hotline: (19) 460 4111

Hotline: (11) 5754111

Hotline: (16) 236 4111

Hotline: (11) 6197-4111

Hotline: (31) 444 1818

Hotline: (11) 577 4111

Hotline: 47 329 4111

Hotline: (11) 825 4111

Hotline: (61) 326 4111

Hotline: (11) 3242-4111

Hotline: (83) 321-4441

Hotline: (11) 883 4111

Hotline: (19) 272-7777

Hotline: (15) 232 4111

Hotline: (67) 383 4112

Hotline: (12) 233-4111

Hotline: (48) 422 4111

Hotline: (21) 2208-9898

Hotline: (16) 3721-4111

Hotline: (34) 3317-4111

Hotline: (11) 6440-4111

Hotline: (34) 3212-7583

Hotline: (19) 451 4111

Hotline: (24) 3343-7666

Hotline: (11) 7782 4111

Hotline: (13) 3467 4111

Hotline: (21) 2613-4141

Hotline: (43) 3356-411

Hotline: (51) 3065-4111

Hotline: (081) 3231-4141

Hotline: (19) 422 4111

Hotline: (81) 3421-7311

Hotline: (24) 3360-9685


AMA - Porto Alegre

Hotline: +55 51 211 2888

Hotline: (055) 222 6811


CVV

Hotline: 188


Bulgaria

Sofia Hotline

Hotline: 0035 9249 17 223


Other

Hotline : 981 76 86

Hotline: 958 50 00

Hotline: 073 177

Hotline: 936 24 44

Hotline: 946 11 56


Cameroon

Hotline : (NIL)


Canada

Distress Centres Ontario

Hotline: +1 (905) 688 3711

Hotline: 905 734 1212 / 905 382 0689

Hotline: +1 (905) 459 7777

Hotline: 1 800 465 4442

Hotline: +1 (905) 433 1121

Hotline: +1 (416) 247 5426

Hotline: 1 888 371 8485

Hotline: +1 (416) 636 9610

Hotline: +1 (905) 525 8611

Hotline: +1 (519) 667-6711

Hotline: +1 (905) 877-1211

Hotline: +1 (905) 849 4541

Hotline: +1 (613) 238 3311

Hotline: +1 (613) 741 6433

Hotline: 1 800 567 9699

Hotline: +1 (905) 278 7208

Hotline: +1 (519) 336 3000

Hotline: +1 (416) 408 4357

Hotline: +1 (519) 745 1166

Hotline: +1 (519) 821 3760

Hotline: +1 (519) 256-5000

Hotline: +1 (613) 544 1771


Crisis Services Canada

Hotline: 1.833.456.4566

Text: 45645


Suicide Action Montreal

Hotline: (514) 723 4000


Kids Help Phone

Hotline: 1-800-668-6868

Text Line: 86868


Chimo Helpline Inc.

Hotline: Fredericton Area: 450-HELP (4357)

Hotline: Toll free provincial helpline: 1-800-667-5005


Tel-Jeunes

Hotline: 1 800 263 2266

Text Line: 514 600 1002


Centre de prévention du suicide d'Abitibi-Ouest

Hotline: 1 866 APPELLE (277 3553)


Distress Line of Southwestern Alberta (Canada)

Hotline: 403 327 7905


KUU-US Crisis Line Society

Crisis Line (Adult/Elder): 250-723-4050

Crisis Line (Child/Youth): 250-723-2040


Trans Lifeline

Hotline: (877) 565-8860


Greater Vancouver

Hotline: 604-872-3311


Howe Sound & Sunshine Coast

Hotline: 1-866-661-3311


TTY

Hotline: 1-866-872-0113


The Seniors' Distress Line

Hotline: 604-872-1234


Mental Health Support

Hotline: 310-6789


1-800-SUICIDE

Hotline: 1-800-784-2433


Cape Verde

Hotline (Int): nil


Central African Republic

Hotline (Int): nil


Chad

Hotline (Int): nil


Chile

Teléfono de la Esperanza

Hotline: (00 56 42) 22 12 00


China

Beijing Suicide Research and Prevention Center Hotline

Hotline: Free: 0800-810-1117

Hotline: Mobile/IP/extension users: 010-8295-1332


Lifeline

Hotline: 400 821 1215


Lifeline Yanji

Hotline: (0433) 273 9595


Colombia

Telefono de la Esperanza

Hotline (Barranquilla): (00 57 5) 372 27 27

Hotline Email: barranquilla@telefonodelaesperanza.org

Hotline (Bogota): (57-1) 323 24 25

Hotline Email: teledelaesperanza@gmail.com

Hotline (Medellin): (00 57 4) 284 66 00

Hotline Email: medellin@telefonodelaesperanza.org

Hotline (San Juan de Pasto): 3016326701

Hotline Email: aeroban@yahoo.com


Costa Rica

Hotline: 506-253-5439


Cote d'Ivoire

Hotline (Int): nil


Croatia

Plavi Telefon

Hotline: (01) 4833-888


Cuba

Hotline: 532 348 14 49


Cyprus

Cyprus Samaritans

Hotline: +357 77 77 72 67

Hotline: 0809 1122 / Military 2345

E-mail Helpline: samscy@hotmail.com


Czech Republic

Modrá Linka

Hotline: +420 549241010

Hotline/WhatsApp: +420 608902401


Linka bezpečí

Hotline: 116 111


Pražská linka důvěry

Hotline: 222 580 697


Linka důvěry Ostrava

Hotline: 596 618 908

Hotline: 737 267 939


Linka duševní tísně Most

Hotline: 476 701 444

Skype: ldt.most


Linka důvěry DKC

Hotline: 241 484 149

Skype: ld_dkc


Linka bezpečí

Hotline: 116111 (děti a mládež)


Other

Prague Hotline: 004 202 460 80 718


Denmark

Livslinien

Hotline: +45 70 201 201


Djibouti

Hotline (Int): nil


Dominica

Hotline: 333 (Emergency)


Dominican Republic

Hotline (Int): nil


Ecuador

Telefono De La Esperanza

Hotline: 593 2 6000 477

Hotline: (593) 2 2923327

Hotline Email: quito@telefonodelaesperanza.org


East Timor

Hotline (Int): nil


Egypt

Befrienders Cairo

Hotline: 762 1602/3

Hotline: 762 2381

E-mail Helpline: befrienders@befrienderscairo.com


El Salvador

Hotline: 911 / 132 (Emergency)


Equatorial Guinea

Hotline (Int): nil


Eritrea

Hotline (Int): nil


Estonia

Eluliin (Estonian Lifeline)

Hotline: +372 6558088

E-mail Helpline: eluliin@jofo.ee


USALDUS

Hotline: 126

Hotline: 127


Ethiopia

Hotline: 911 (Emergency)


Fiji

Ba Methodist Lifeline Counselling Service

Hotline: (0679) 670565


Wesley Church Counselling Services (Lifeline)

Hotline: (0679) 302998


Finland

Itsemurhien ehkäisykeskus, SOS - palvelu

Hotline: 09-731391

Hotline: 040-5032199


Suomen Mielenterveysseura

Hotline: 01019 5202


France

SOS Help

Hotline: 01 46 21 46 46


S.O.S Amitié

Hotline: 09 72 39 40 50


Suicide Ecoute

Hotline: 01 45 39 40 00


E.P.E. idF. Fil Sante Jeunes

Hotline: 0800 235 236


Fédération S.O.S Amitié France

Hotline: (+33) (0)1 40 09 15 22


Gabon

Hotline (Int): nil


Gambia

Hotline 117 / 116 (Emergency)


Georgia

Hotline (Int): nil


Germany

British Armed Forces Link (Germany)

Hotline: 0800 181 0771 (to Samaritans)

Hotline: 0800 181 0772 (to Samaritans)


International Helpline Berlin

Hotline: 030-44 01 06 07

Hotline: Russian service: 030-44 01 06 06


Telefonseelsorge Deutschland

Hotline: 0800 1110 111

Hotline: 0800 1110 222


Nummer gegen Kummer

Hottline (adults): 0800 111 0 550

Hotline (children): 0800 111 0 333


Ghana

Lifeline

Hotline: 2332 444 71279


Samaritans.org

Hotline: 233 244 846 701 (24/7 hotline)


Greece

Klimaka NGO

Hotline: 1018


Grenada

Hotline: 911 (Emergency)


Guatemala

Hotline: nil


Guinea

Hotline: 122 (Emergency)


Guinea-Bissau

Hotline: 112 (Emergency)


Guyana

Guyana Inter-agency Suicide Prevention Hotline

Telephone numbers (+592) 223-0001, 223-0009, 600-7896, 623-4444

Email: guyagency@yahoo.com

BBM PINS: 2BE55649, 2BE56020

Twitter: guyanaagency, WhatsApp: +592-600-7896, 592- 623-4444

FaceBook: Guyana Interagency Suicide Prevention Help Line


Haiti

Hotline: 114 / 116 (Emergency)


Honduras

Telefono De La Esperanza

-San Pedro Sula

Hotline: (00 504) 2558 08 08

-Tegucigalpa

Hotline: 2232-1314 (Of. 2232-2707)


Hotline: 504-237-3623


Hong Kong

The Samaritan Befrienders Hong Kong

Hotline: 2389 2222


The Samaritans Hong Kong

Hotline: 2896 0000


Hungary

T.E.S. Miskolc

Hotline: (46) 323 888


SOS Telefon Lelkisegely Alapitvany

Hotline: (62) 420 111

E-mail Helpline: sostelefon@deltav.hu


Magyar Lelki Elsősegély Telefonszolgálatok Szövetségével

Hotline: 116 123

sos@sos505.hu


Kek Vonal

Hotline: 116-111


Iceland

Hotline: 1717


India

Lifeline Foundation

Hotline: +91 33 2474 4704

Hotline: +91 33 2474 5886

Hotline: 2474 5255


104 Arogya Sahayavani

104


1Life

Hotline: 78 9307 8930


SA-MUDRA YUVA Helpline

Helpline: 9880396331


SAHAI

Helpline: 080 – 25497777


Jeevan Aastha

Hotline: 1800 233 3330


Kashmir Lifeline

1 800 180 7020


Fortis Healthcare Helpline (open 24hrs a day)

Hotline: +91 83 7680 4102


Arpita Suicide Prevention Helpline

Helpline 1: 080-40503700 (10am - 1pm)

Helpline 2: 080 23655557 (2pm - 5pm)


AASRA

Hotline: 91-9820466726

Hotline Email: aasrahelpline@yahoo.com


iCALL

Hotline: 022-25521111


COOJ

Hotline: 08322252525 (Mon-Fri 1pm-7pm)


MAITREYI

Hotline: +91-413-339999


Roshni

Hotline: 040 - 6620 2000

Hotline: 040 - 6620 2001


Parivarthan

Helpline: +91 7676 602 602

(Mon-Fri 4pm-10pm)


Samaritans Mumbai

Hotline: +91 84229 84528

Hotline: +91 84229 84529

Hotline: +91 84229 84530


Makro Foundation (MAFO)

Hotline: 040-46004600 (Mon-Fri 10am-7pm)


Saath

Hotline: +91 79 2630 5544

Hotline: +91 79 2630 0222


SNEHA

Hotline: +91 (0) 44 2464 0050

E-mail Helpline: help@snehaindia.org


MAITRA

Helpline: 022-25385447

(9am-9pm Mon-Sat & 9am-1pm Sun)


Vandrevala Foundation

Helpline: +91 730 459 9836

Helpline: +91 730 459 9837


Sumaitri

Hotline: 2338 9090


MAITHRI - Cochin

Hotline: +91 239 6272

E-mail Helpline: maithrikochi@yahoo.co.in


Indonesia

Hotline: 500-454

Government Hotline: 119


Saveyourselves .id

Jakarta

Suicide Hotline Squad on duty:

+62 813 14988214 (Alif)

+62 812 87877479 (Bibi)

+62 812 90704035 (Bondhan)

+62 822 46514726 (Novia)

+62 812 85651224 (Sabillah)


Jawa Barat

Suicide Hotline Squad on duty:

+62 822 46033788 (Ana)

+62 813 12011131 (Ilyas)

+62 813 88818145 (Marsha)

+62 821 37453862 (Tika)


Jawa Timur

Suicide Hotline Squad on duty:

+62 813 33512967 (Rosa)

+62 813 36388728 (Vini)

+62 812 26436448 (Michael)

+62 822 32048659 (Maria)

+62 821 39237856 (Liyah)


Jawa Tengah

Suicide Hotline Squad on duty:

+62 812 216388199 (Dias)

+62 812 16388283 (Ega)

+62 812 31319448 (Lusi)

+62 812 25828826 (Dini)

+62 812 91081619 (Arin)


Iran

Hotline: 00989127181037


Iraq

Hotline: 112 / 911 (Emergency)


Ireland

Samaritans UK & ROI

Hotline: +44 (0) 8457 90 90 90 (UK - local rate)

Hotline: +44 (0) 8457 90 91 92 (UK minicom)

Hotline: 1850 60 90 90 (ROI local rate)

Hotline: 1850 60 90 91 (ROI minicom)

E-mail Helpline: jo@samaritans.org


Pieta House

-In Ballyfermot

Phone: 01-6235606


-In Cork

Phone: 021-4341400


-In Finglas

Phone: 01-8140774


-In Kerry

Phone: 066-7163660


-In Lucan

Phone: 01-6010000


-In Midwest

Phone: 061-484444


-In Roscrea

Phone: 0505-22568


-In Tallaght

Phone: 087-9368633/01-6200020


-In West

Phone: 093-25586


Samaritans Ireland

116 123


Israel

"ERAN" (-ï"øò)

Hotline: 1201

Hotline abroad: 972-9-8891333

Hotline abroad: 972-76-8844400


Italy

Samaritans - ONLUS

Hotline: 800 86 00 22


Telefono Amico Italia

Hotline: 199 284 284


Telefono Azzurro

19696


Jamaica

Hotline:1-888-429-KARE (5273)


Japan

Befrienders International, Tokyo

Hotline: +81 (0) 3 5286 9090


BI Suicide Prevention Centre, Osaka

Hotline: +81 (0) 6 4395 4343


Tell Lifeline

Hotline: Counselling: 03 5774 0992

Hotline: Face to Face: 03 3498 0231


Jordan

Hotline: Amman: 0096 262 508 900


0096 262 508 902


0096 262 508 903


0096 262 508 904


0096 262 508 939


0096 262 508 941


Kazakhstan

Hotline (Int): nil


Kenya

Befrienders Kenya

Hotline: 020 2051323

SMS: 00254 707 633 692, 00254 733 656 262, 00254 775 388 222


Kiribati

Hotline (Int): nil


Korea North

Hotline (Int): nil


Korea South

Hotline (Int): nil


Kosovo

Hotline (Int): nil


Kuwait

Hotline (Int): nil


Kyrgyzstan

Hotline (Int): nil


Laos

Hotline (Int): nil


Latvia

Skalbes

371 67222922

371 27722292


Lebanon

Hotline: 1564 [12 pm (noon) to 2 am]


Lesotho

Hotline (Int): nil


Liberia

Lifeline Liberia

Hotline: 6534308


Libya

Hotline (Int): nil


Liechtenstein

Hotline (Int): nil


Lithuania

Vaikų linija (Child line)

Hotline: 116 111


Jaunimo linija (Youth line)

Hotline: 8 800 28888


Vilties linija (Hope line)

Hotline: 116 123

vilties.linija@gmail.com


Pagalbos moterims linija (Women’s line)

Hotline: 8 800 66366

pagalba@moteriai.lt


Linija Doverija (Support for Russian-speaking clients)

Hotline: 8 800 77277


Luxembourg

SOS Détresse – Hëllef iwwer Telefon

Hotline: 454545


Macedonia

Hotline (Int): nil


Madagascar

Hotline (Int): nil


Malawi

Hotline (Int): nil


Malaysia

Befrienders Malacca

Hotline: (06) 284 2500


Befrienders Penang

Hotline: (04) 281 5161

Hotline: (04) 281 1108

E-mail Helpline: pat@befpen.org


The Befrienders Kuala Lumpur

Hotline: (03) 7956 8144

Hotline: (03) 7956 8145

E-mail Helpline: sam@befrienders.org.my


Befrienders Ipoh

Hotline: (05) 547 7933

Hotline: (05) 547 7599


Befrienders Seremban

Hotline: 06 7653588

Hotline: 06 7653589


Lifeline Association of Malaysia

Hotline: (063) 92850039

Hotline: (063) 92850279

Hotline: (063) 92850049


Maldives

Hotline (Int): nil


Mali

Hotline (Int): nil


Malta

Appogg Supportline 179

Hotline: 179


Marshall Islands

Hotline (Int): nil


Martinique

Hotline: 112 (Emergency)


Mauritania

Hotline (Int): nil


Mauritius

Befrienders, Mauritius

Hotline: 46 48 889

Hotline: 800 93 93


Mexico

Hotline: 525-510-2550

Programa Salvemos Una Vida - 9453777

SAPTEL - 018004727835


Micronesia

Hotline (Int): nil


Moldova

Hotline (Int): nil


Monaco

Hotline (Int): nil


Mongolia

Hotline (Int): nil


Montenegro

Hotline (Int): nil


Morocco

Centre d'Etude et de Prévention du Suicide

Hotline: 022 382 42 42


Sourire de Reda (Befrienders Casablanca)

Hotline: 212 (5) 22 87 47 40

Hotline: 212 (6) 62 58 95 70


Mozambique

Hotline (Int): nil


Myanmar (Burma)

Hotline (Int): nil


Namibia

Hotline (Int): nil


Nauru

Hotline (Int): nil


Nepal

Hotline (Int): nil


The Netherlands

113 Suicide Prevention (113 Zelfmoordpreventie)

Hotline: 0900-0113


De Kindertelefoon

Hotline: 0800-0432 (11am-9pm)


New Zealand

National Depression Initiative

Hotline: 0800 111 757

SMS: 4202

team@thelowdown.co.nz


Lifeline Aotearoa

Hotline: 0800 LIFELINE (543 354)

Textline: HELP (4357)


New Zealand Samaritans

Hotline: 0800 726 666


800 What's Up

Hotline: 0800 WHATSUP (942 8787)


Youthline

Hotline: 0800 376633

SMS: 234

talk@youthline.co.nz

parenttalk@youthline.co.nz


Lifeline Auckland

Hotline: (09) 522 2999


Marlborough

Hotline: (03) 578 2333


Wairarapa

Hotline: (06) 379 8442


Lifeline National Office

Hotline: (64) 03 353 1136


Lifeline Christchurch

Hotline: (03) 366 6743


Otago

Hotline: (03) 474 9111


Waikato

Hotline: (07) 838 0719


Southland

Hotline: (03) 214 4889


Nelson

Hotline: (03) 546 8899


Taranaki

Hotline: (06) 758 6333


Hawkes Bay

Hotline: (06) 835 3300


South Canterbury

Hotline: (03) 684 4666


Whangarei

Hotline: (09) 437 5055


Samaritans Hutt Valley (inc)

Hotline: (04) 586 1048


Samaritans of Manawatu Inc.

Hotline: (06) 358 2442


Rotorua Lifelink/Youthline

Hotline: (07) 348 0567

Hotline: (7) 348 0566

Hotline: (7) 348 0565


Samaritans of Tauranga

Hotline: (07) 578 1002


Samaritans of Wanganui

Hotline: (06) 345 5090


Samaritans of Wellington

Hotline: (04) 473 9739


Samaritans of Horowhenua

Hotline: (06) 368 2122


KidsLine

Hotline: 0800 KIDSLINE (54 37 54)


The Lowdown

Hotline: 0800 111 757


Nicaragua

Hotline: 505-268-6171


Niger

Hotline (Int): nil


Nigeria

The Joy Hub

Hotline: 0700-THE-JOY-HUB (0700-843-569-482)


Lagos Suicide Hotlines

Hotline: 08058820777

Hotline: 09030000741


Nigeria Suicide Hotline

Hotline: (234) 8062-106-493


LUTH Suicide Research and Prevention Initiative (SURPIN)

Hotline: 09080217555

Hotline: 09034400009

Hotline: 08111909909

Hotline: 07013811143


Nigeria Suicide Prevention Initiative (Private)

Hotline: 08062106493

Hotline: 08092106493


Norway

Kirkens SOS

Hotline: 22 40 00 40


Mental Helse

Helpline: 116 123


Oman

Hotline (Int): nil


Pakistan

Umang Pakistan

Hotline: +92 317 4288 665


Palau

Hotline (Int): nil


Palestinian State*

Hotline (Int): nil


Panama

Hotline (Int): nil


Papua New Guinea

Hotline (Day time only): 675 326 0011


Paraguay

Hotline (Int): nil


Peru

Telefono De La Esperanza

Hotline: 717 003 717

Hotline: 00 51 1 273 8026


The Philippines

Manila Lifeline Centre

Hotline: (02) 8969191

Hotline: Mobile phone: 0917 854 9191


Hopeline

Hotline: 804-HOPE (4673)

Hotline: 0917-558-HOPE (4673)

Hotline: 2919 (Globe & TM Subscribers)


Poland

Olsztynski Telefon Zaufania 'Anonimowy Przyjaciel

Hotline: 52 70 000

Hotline: 52 70 988


Fundacja Dzieci Niczyje

Hotline: 116 111


Portugal

Voz de Apoio

Hotline: (+351) 225 50 60 70

E-mail Helpline: sos.vozdeapoio@mail.telepac.pt


Telefone SOS Palavra Amiga

Hotline: (232) 42 42 82


Linha SOS-Estudante

Hotline: (808) 200 204


Telefone da Amizade Porto

Hotline: 22 832 35 35

E-mail Helpline: jo@telefone-amizade.pt


Qatar

Hotline (Int): nil


Romania

Romanian Alliance for Suicide Prevention (Alianţa Română de Prevenţie a Suicidului)

Hotline: 0800 801 200

Website: http://www.antisuicid.com

Email: sos@antisuicid.com


Russia

Samaritans (Cherepovets)

Hotline: 007 (8202) 577-577


Youth Crisis Line

Hotline: (7) 0942 224 621


Интернет-служба экстренной психологической помощи

Helpline: +7 (495)989-50-50


Rwanda

Hotline (Int): nil


St. Kitts & Nevis

Hotline: 911 (Emergency)


St. Lucia

Hotline: 452 -5433 / 458-2433


St. Vincent & The Grenadines

Hotline (Int): nil


Samoa

SRCE Novi Sad

Hotline: (+381) 21-6623-393

E-mail Helpline: vanja@centarsrce.org.yu


Linja Telefonike e Ndihmës (KOAPS)

Hotline: (044) 08080

E-mail Helpline: ltn@ltn08080.org


SOS Telephone

Hotline: 037 23 025


San Marino

Hotline (Int): nil


Sao Tome & Principe

Hotline (Int): nil


Saudi Arabia

Psychological Counseling Contact Center

Hotline: 920 03 33 60


Hotline: 112 / 911 (Emergency)


Senegal

Hotline (Int): nil


Serbia

Linja Telefonike e Ndihmës (KOAPS)

Hotline: (044) 08080

E-mail Helpline: ltn@ltn08080.org


SOS Telephone

Hotline: 037 23 025


Centar SRCE

Hotline: 0800 300 303

vanja@centarsrce.org


Seychelles

Hotline (Int): nil


Sierra Leone

Hotline (Int): nil


Singapore

Samaritans of Singapore

Hotline: 1800- 221 4444


Tinkle Friend

Hotline: 1800 2744 788

(For primary-school-aged children)


SAF Counselling Centre

Hotline: 1800 278 0022

(For Singapore Armed Forces)


Youthline

Helpline: 6336-3434


TOUCHline

Helpline: 1800-3772-252


Slovakia

Linka detskej istoty Slovenského výboru UNICEF (bezplatná linka)

Hotline: 0800 – 112 112


Linka Detskej Istoty

Hotline: 116 111


Slovenia

Društvo Zaupni telefon Samarijan

Hotline: 116 123


Solomon Islands

Hotline (Int): nil


Somalia

Hotline (Int): nil


South Africa

Childline South Africa

Hotline: 08000 55 555


Befrienders South Africa

Hotline: 051 444 5691

E-mail Helpline: befriend@iafrica.com


Befrienders Botshabelo

Hotline: + 27 (0) 51 532 1100


Befrienders Setshabelo

Hotline: 051 430 3555


Befrienders Kwa Nobuhle

Hotline: +27 (0) 41 977 3003


Befrienders Mitchell's Plain

Hotline: +27 (0) 21 371 1481


Befrienders Uitenhage

Hotline: +27 (0) 41 922 0068


Befrienders Umkomaas

Hotline: +27 (0) 39 979 5741


Befrienders Bloemfontein

Hotline: 051 444 5000

E-mail Helpline: befrienders@wsinet.co.za


Lifeline Southern Africa

Hotline: 0861 322 322


The South African Depression and Anxiety Group (SADAG)

Hotline: 0800 567 567

SMS: 31393


OUT (LGBT)

Helpline: 0860 688 688


South Korea

Love-Line (Sarang - Jonwha) Counselling Centre

Hotline: (2) 715 8600

Hotline: (2) 716 8600

Hotline: (2) 717 8600

Hotline: (2) 718 8600


Cheju

Hotline: (064) 52 9191


Choongju

Hotline: (0441) 847-9191


Chunju

Hotline: (0652) 86-9191


Inchon

Hotline: (032) 421 9191


Puchon

Hotline: (032) 663-9191


Pohang

Hotline: (0562) 72-9191


Koyang

Hotline: (0344) 915-9191


Kimhae

Hotline: (0525) 21-9191


Ulsan

Hotline: (0522) 67-9191


Pusan

Hotline: (051) 807-9191


Counsel24

Hotline: 1566-2525


LifeLine Korea

Hotline: 1588-9191


Lifeline National Office

Hotline: (82) 51 804 0896


West Seoul Saengmyung Eui Chunhwa

Hotline: (81) 2 2649 9232/4


Seoul

Hotline: (02) 916-9191


Taegu

Hotline: (053) 475-9191


Taejon

Hotline: (042) 254-9191


South Sudan

Hotline (Int): nil


Spain

Teléfono de la Esperanza

Hotline: 902500002

Hotline: 717 003 717

Hotline: 91 459 00 55


Anar

Hotline: 900 20 20 10

Hotline: 116 111

(Telefono de ayuda a ninos y adolescentes)


St. Vincent

Hotline: (784) 456 1044


Sri Lanka

Sri Lanka Sumithrayo - Bandarawela

Hotline: 011 057 2222662


Sri Lanka Sumithrayo - Colombo

Hotline: 011 2692 909

Hotline: 011 2 683 555

E-mail Helpline: sumithrayo@sltnet.lk


Sri Lanka Sumithrayo - Panduwasnuwara

Hotline: 037 2291718


Sri Lanka Sumithrayo - Kandy

Hotline: (081) 2234 806


Sri Lanka Sumithrayo - Matale

Hotline: 066 2223521


Sri Lanka Sumithrayo - Panadura

Hotline: (038) 2235291


Sri Lanka Sumithrayo - Colombo South

Hotline: 011 401 094

Hotline: 011 4 404 536


Sri Lanka Sumithrayo 'Mel Medura'

Hotline: 011 2694665

E-mail Helpline: melmedura@sltnet.lk


Sudan

Befrienders Khartoum

Hotline: (249) 11-555-253


Suriname

Hotline (Int): nil


Swaziland

Hotline (Int): nil


Sweden

Nagon att tala med Samaritans

Hotline: (46) 31 711 2400


Nationella Hjälplinjen

Hotline: 020 22 00 60


Bris

Hotline: 116 111

(For Children)


Switzerland

La Main Tendue

Hotline: 143

E-mail Helpline: verband@tel-143.ch


147.ch

Hotline: 147

(pro juventute)


PARSPAS

Hotline: +41 (0) 27 321 21 21


Syria

Hotline (Int): nil


Taiwan

Taiwan Suicide Prevention Center

Hotline: 0800 788 995

tspc-fb@tsos.org.tw


Taiwan Lieline International

Hotline: 1995


Tajikistan

Hotline (Int): nil


Tanzania

Hotline (Int): nil


Thailand

Samaritans of Thailand

Hotline: (02) 713-6793

E-mail Helpline: samaritans_thai@hotmail.com


Samaritans of Chiang Mai

Hotline: (53) 225 977/8


Togo

VisionTogo (VTG)

Hotline: +228) 90 92 22 22


Tonga

Lifeline Tonga

Hotline: 23000

Hotline: 25144


Trinidad & Tobago

Lifeline

Hotline: (868) 645 2800 / 645 6616


Families in Action

24-Hour Hotline: 628-2333


ChildLine

24-Hour Hotline: 131 or 800-4321


Tunisia

Emergency Hotline (police): 197


Turkey

Emergency Hotline: 182


Turkmenistan

Hotline (Int): nil


Tuvalu

Hotline (Int): nil


Uganda

Hotline: 0800 200 600 (Mon. - Fri, 8am to 7pm)


Ukraine

Telephone of confidence "Stavropyghion-058" Lviv

Hotline: 058


Odessa Confidence Telephone Service

Hotline: 0487 327715

Hotline: 0482 226565


United Arab Emirates

Hotline: 800 46342 (For Indian Expats)

Other: nil


United Kingdom

Samaritans UK & ROI

Hotline: 116123 (free call from mobile and landline)

Hotline: +44 (0) 8457 90 90 90 (UK - local rate)

Hotline: +44 (0) 8457 90 91 92 (UK minicom)

Hotline: 1850 60 90 90 (ROI - local rate)

Hotline: 1850 60 90 91 (ROI minicom)


Samaritans

Hotline: 116 123


Breathing Space (Scotland)

Hotline: 0800 83 85 87


The Mix

Hotline (under 25yrs): 0808 808 4994


HOPELineUK (for under 35 yrs)

Hotline: 0800 068 41 41

SMS: 07786 209697


Childline

Hotline: 0800 1111


CALM

Hotline (National): 0800 58 58 58

Hotline (London): 0808 802 58 58


Get Connected (for under 25 yrs)

Hotline: 0808 808 4994

SMS: 80849


SANEline

Hotline: 0300 304 7000


Maytree

Hotline: 020 7263 7070


Rehab 4 Addiction (Addiction Helpline - open 24/7)

Hotline: 0800 140 4690

Mobile: 0345 222 3508

International: +44 345 222 3508


United States of America

Suicide.org

Hotline: 1-800-784-2433


National Suicide Prevention Lifeline

Hotline: 1-800-273-8255


The Trevor Project (LGBT)

Hotline: 1 866 488 7386


International Suicide Prevention

Hotline: 702 743 4340


Hopeline

Hotline: 919 231 4525

Hotline: 1 877 235 4525


Trans Lifeline

Hotline: (877) 565-8860


24-Hour Crisis & Substance Use Helpline

Helpline: 800-316-9241

Hotline: 210-223-SAFE (7233)


Crisis Text Line

TEXT: Text START to 741-741


Postpartum Support International

Hotline: 1-800-944-4773


New Hope Crisis Hotline

Hotline: 714-New Hope (714-639-4673)


SLO Hotline

Hotline: 800-783-0607


YouthLine

Hotline: 877 968 8491

Textline: teen2teen (839863)


Uruguay

Hotline (Int): nil


Uzbekistan

Hotline (Int): nil


Vanuatu

Hotline (Int): nil


Vatican City (Holy See)

Hotline (Int): nil


Venezuela

Telefono de la Esperanza

Hotline: 0241-8433308


Vietnam

Hotline (Int): nil


Yemen

Hotline (Int): nil


Zambia

Hotline (Int): nil


Zimbabwe

National Council of Samaritans

Hotline: (9) 650 00


Harare Samaritans

Hotline: (4) 726 468 - (4) 722 000

Hotline: Toll-free: 080 12 333 333


The Samaritans

Hotline: (20) 635 59


UK Helplines:

Samaritans (for any problem): 08457909090 e-mail jo@samaritans.org

Childline (for anyone under 18 with any problem): 08001111

Mind infoline (mental health information): 0300 123 3393 e-mail: info@mind.org.uk

Mind legal advice (for people who need mental-health related legal advice): 0300 466 6463 legal@mind.org.uk

b-eat eating disorder support: 0845 634 14 14 (only open Mon-Fri 10.30am-8.30pm and Saturday 1pm-4.30pm) e-mail: help@b-eat.co.uk

b-eat youthline (for under 25’s with eating disorders): 08456347650 (open Mon-Fri 4.30pm - 8.30pm, Saturday 1pm-4.30pm)

Cruse Bereavement Care: 08444779400 e-mail: helpline@cruse.org.uk

Frank (information and advice on drugs): 0800776600

Drinkline: 0800 9178282

Rape Crisis England & Wales: 0808 802 9999 1(open 2 - 2.30pm 7 - 9.30pm) e-mail info@rapecrisis.org.uk

Rape Crisis Scotland: 08088 01 03 02 every day, 6pm to midnight

India Self Harm Hotline: 00 08001006614

India Suicide Helpline: 022-27546669

Kids Help Phone (Canada): 1-800-668-6868, Free and available 24/7

More Suicide Hotlines:


Argentina: 54-0223-493-0430

Australia: 13-11-14

Austria: 01-713-3374

Barbados: 429-9999

Belgium: 106

Botswana: 391-1270

Brazil: 21-233-9191

China: 852-2382-0000

(Hong Kong: 2389-2222)

Costa Rica: 606-253-5439

Croatia: 01-4833-888

Cyprus: 357-77-77-72-67

Czech Republic: 222-580-697, 476-701-908

Denmark: 70-201-201

Egypt: 762-1602

Estonia: 6-558-088

Finland: 040-5032199

France: 01-45-39-4000

Germany: 0800-181-0721

Greece: 1018

Guatemala: 502-234-1239

Holland: 0900-0767

Honduras: 504-237-3623

Hungary: 06-80-820-111

Iceland: 44-0-8457-90-90-90

Israel: 09-8892333

Italy: 06-705-4444

Japan: 3-5286-9090

Latvia: 6722-2922, 2772-2292

Malaysia: 03-756-8144

(Singapore: 1-800-221-4444)

Mexico: 525-510-2550

Netherlands: 0900-0767

New Zealand: 4-473-9739

New Guinea: 675-326-0011

Nicaragua: 505-268-6171

Norway: 47-815-33-300

Philippines: 02-896-9191

Poland: 52-70-000

Portugal: 239-72-10-10

Russia: 8-20-222-82-10

Spain: 91-459-00-50

South Africa: 0861-322-322

South Korea: 2-715-8600

Sweden: 031-711-2400

Switzerland: 143

Taiwan: 0800-788-995

Thailand: 02-249-9977

Trinidad and Tobago: 868-645-2800

Ukraine: 0487-327715

More numbers for other countries are out there, please look for them.


Christian Care Network (CCN), (https://connect.aacc.net/?search_type=distance).


Resting in Jesus Christ as Your Lord & Savior (John 1:12, 3:16, 14:6, 17:3):

If you sense that you need to receive and know the Savior who is our Lord Jesus

Christ, then follow the Gospel Steps to Life at http://evangelismexplosion.org/resources/steps-to-life/ or you can call or email the Billy Graham Evangelistic Association (1-877-247-2426 or help@bgea.org).


Link to some other helpful hotlines around the world: http://blog.justaskinnyboy.com/hotlines#EUROPE


Christian Helpline websites(feel free to read about them and give them a call with the number they provide):


https://www.crossroads.ca/247prayer

http://www.cbneurope.com/prayer/

http://tlcfindia.org/prayer-tower/

http://lesea.com/prayerline/


More helpful websites for suicide and more with help hotlines or online chat:


http://d2lrevolution.com/no-suicide-zone/?gclid=CjwKEAiAgvyxBRDmuviAj67g-XQSJABTLMcHRR2MavMAu0AtMzJK7tLye52FcdO496O_JO5aJEBY4hoCDqLw_wcB

http://angelcity.findangel.org/angelhelpme/?gclid=CjwKEAiAgvyxBRDmuviAj67g-XQSJABTLMcHHcJ82t0jfnvzEUJCH6t2IXa1XHII_cVL8SKNesJhehoC3bDw_wcB

http://youthspace.ca/?gclid=CjwKEAiAgvyxBRDmuviAj67g-XQSJABTLMcHOQsw-r_8pEq7cXq4cmHxHiXSwO3R3UfH6FpWnSZQzhoCqk_w_wcB (online chat)

http://www.mind.org.uk/

http://www.7cups.com/

http://www.interapy.nl/over-interapy/interapy-international: This site is like an online-therapy. You don’t have to see anyone, but there is always someone there for you if you need help, advice or just somebody to talk to. This link is in English, however the website is mainly a Dutch speaking site. They do provide English subtitles though.


Anxiety And Despression Association of America focuses on improving quality of life for those with anxiety, depression, OCD, PTSD, and co-occurring disorders through education, practice, and research. ADAA helps people find treatment, resources, and support. Here's the link for more information, to find help, and to donate: https://adaa.org/


This is teen challenge. It's a program that helps with drugs, alcohol abuse and addictions. It's for teens and adults. It helps make a big difference in life.

http://www.teenchallenge.ca/ : Canada

http://teenchallengeusa.com/ : USA


Ask me anything about Christianity, how I can help and anything else you want to ask. Don't worry about insulting me or my beliefs because I will not mind. I want to help and I'm not here to judge.


I encourage you to read the bible for yourself. It can help you understand it yourself and possibly correct anyone who might be mistaken. Ask for the Holy Spirit to come into you to help you understand the bible. The bible has historically accurate details about the past and the way the world is, just look for them. It may take a while, but they are there. There are online bibles to read. Here is one with many different versions and languages. Choose the one that will suit you. NIV(New International Version) is recommended because its translation may be better suited for you. Some versions, this site has, even has audio bibles to listen to: http://www.biblegateway.com/

And when you read the bible, don't read it as another book with a story, read it as a new look at life and a way of redefining the way you may see the world around you. The bible does have good stories in them, just they are more then stories. Plus don't take everything literally, the bible was written many centuries ago and some parts are even older than others. So try to learn what it means without taking the words literally.


Here are some bible verses to look up, to help if you are feeling down or in the other ways listed below.


STOP the Harm (Acts 16:28) “But Paul shouted, “Don’t harm yourself! We are all here!”


Purposelessness: (John 15:16, Ephesians 2:10, Philippians 3: 14)

Anxiety: (John 14:27, Philippians 4:6-9)

Trapped: (John 16:33, Ecclesiastes 8:6, 1 Corinthians 10:13)

Hopelessness: (John 10:9, 14:1, Romans 15:4, 1 Peter 3:15)


Comfort: Psalm 73:23; John 6:37-40

Anxiety: Matthew 11:28

Fear: Hebrews 13:6; Psalm 23

Peace: Romans 5:1-8; John 3:16

When you feel weak: Isaiah 57:15; Ephesians 3:16

Despair: Psalm 46:1; Ephesians 1:18

Depressed: Psalm 40:1-3; John 10:10

Grief: Psalm 119:28; Revelation 21:3-5; John 11:25; John 14:1-2

Times of trouble: Psalm 50:15; John 16:33


Inside the brackets are important too.( )


If you want to accept Jesus, it is marked "To go to Heaven" close to the halfway point of the deviation.


Here's a video of an inspirational speech about God and what He can do in your life: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3_-HDkl_VWY


Here's a video of inspirational speeches to help you get motivated for life or anything you do: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Nb362yd69Kw


Helpful songs that can help you feel better:


Lean on Me song: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_mvNmIF2lbE


If We Hold On Together Song: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jQnIS_nmGgA


This video shows you how God can help you with your problems and everything. It's about God helping a person with their own. And I mean it. You need to let Him help you, so He can.

Video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cyheJ480LYA&feature=related


She endured 9 months of captivity and rape, but one truth her mom told her stuck with Elizabeth Smart – and made her a survivor: http://www.foreverymom.com/hear-one-thing-elizabeth-smarts-mom-told-saved-life-kids-listening/


A video about doing your best despite any challenges you face in life: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ozVmO5LHJ2k


Video to make you smile: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9EZpq2sD6wE


Give credit to the people who made these videos. Remember God can help you. If not direct, it will be through people


Feel free to make use of this to help others.


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Hey man, I don't know if you remember me, but I think about you from time to time. I hope you're doing well these days, sorry that I don't use dA anymore, but honestly you're someone that I've always had a fond memory of. You're an outstanding person.

Thank you. Doing okay, work is stressful, but okay.

Thanks for the watch, dude!

You're welcome :)

Hey, I'm sorry you had to deal with Jane. I hope you're not angry.

Thank you for checking on me. No idea why that guy even reached out to me. Can I count on your support if this goes bad? Just for defense if people or the staff get the wrong idea about me.

You're welcome, dear. Don't listen to Tenor or Jane; they're pedophiles and pedophile supporters, which apparently makes me a troll with nothing better to do to them.


They want people to support them by basically saying "Yeah, I'm a pedophile supporter who harasses people and wants you to support my friend who is a literal child harasser and abuser BUT I'M NOT A BAD PERSON BECAUSE ROBERT, SANDY, AND CLAIRE ARE BEING MEAN TO ME BECAUSE WE ABUSED KIDS!"


Absolutely. You're trust is safe with me, Link. It's wonderful to meet you.