A Blog & Podcast by Frank Eriksen

Emergency Numbers

You’re sad; John 14
You have sinned; Psalm 51
You’re facing danger; Psalm 91
People have failed you; Psalm 27
Feels as though God is far from you; Psalm 139
You’re faith needs stimulation; Hebrews 11
You’re alone and scared; Psalm 23
You’re worried; Matthew 8:19–34
You’re hurt and critical; 1 Corinthians 13
You wonder about Christianity; 2 Corinthians 5:15-18
You feel like an outcast; Romans 8:31-39
You’re seeking peace; Matthew 11:25-30
Feels as if the world is bigger than God; Psalm 90
You need Christ like insurance; Romans 8:1-30
You’re leaving home for a trip; Psalm 121
You’re praying for yourself; Psalm 87
You require courage for a task; Joshua 1
Inflation / investments are hogging your thoughts; Mark 10:17-31
You are depressive; Psalm 27
Your bank account is empty; Psalm 37
You lose faith in mankind; 2 Corinthians 13
People are unfriendly; John 15
You’re losing hope; Psalm 126
You feel the world is small compared to you; Psalm 19
You want to be good; John 15
Searching for the secret to happiness; Colossians 3:12-17
Things don’t make sense; Isaiah 55
Trying to get along with other people; Romans 12

For dealing with fear; call Psalm 3
For security; call Psalm 121
For assurance, call Mark 8:35
For reassurance, call Psalm 145:18
For double reassurance, call Psalm 100:5

These numbers are avaliable 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. All hotlines are toll-free and immediate. There are no operator or directory and your calls are connected directly to the throne room heaven. Guess Who is picking up at the other end…


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