Helpfinder Sampler - Page 2



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All Scripture is inspired by God and is useful
to teach us what is true and to make us realize
what is wrong in our lives. It corrects us when
we are wrong and teaches us to do what is
right. God uses it to prepare and equip his
people to do every good work.
2 T I M O T H Y 3:16-17
Welcome to the HelpFinder Bible!
Think back to yesterday. Can you recall the range of emotions you
experienced? Did you feel angry, happy, discouraged, tired? Were you
frustrated? lonely? excited? worried? scared? embarrassed? bitter? Did
you feel inadequate? Were you grieving? Did someone hurt your feelings? Were you criticized or ignored? Did you end the day with regrets?
Did you long to rekindle a relationship with a friend or spouse? Did
you long to feel the presence of God? Were you wondering how to pray
more effectively?
These questions point to just a few of the many life-needs that
are identified in the HelpFinder Bible. Now you have a place to look
up those needs and instantly see where you can find help from the
Bible for each one. When you are wrestling with a need, issue, or
emotion, simply look it up in the HelpFinder Index at the front of the
Bible. Under each topic you will find questions that help you focus
on the kind of help you are looking for, many Scripture passages that
show how the Bible offers help and encouragement, and application comments that will help you apply the Bible to your specific
situation.
Our lives are filled with real human needs and issues. These needs,
issues, and the emotions that come with them are what make up everyday life. No one is exempt from them! On some days, one need will leap
to the front page of our lives to challenge us. On another day, another
will surface—or perhaps several! The exciting news is that God’s Word
holds answers and guidance for all the needs you are facing. Before you
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