Exodus 20:13
“Thou shalt not kill.”
Suicide is the tenth leading cause of death in the U.S. It is a very serious thing that many people don’t think about, yet there are many who struggle with this around us that we are unaware of, until it is too late. Even Brother Branham himself dealt with suicide at the lowest point in his life. He shares in his life story in 1950, “And I believe if that gift hadn't been foreordained and put in there, I'd have been gone right there, 'cause I made up my mind I was going to take my life as a suicide case. I'd lost my mind. I'd gone crazy.”
We may not serve the Lord in the same capacity as Brother Branham, but we do have the same anointing. And if a man of God like that could come to a point in his life where he wanted to take his own life, then anyone can be susceptible to that too. Yet God has placed in each one of us a deep calling to a deep on the inside of us, and His Spirit anoints the seed God placed in our hearts. God has a purpose for you and wants fellowship with you, even though we may not be able to see it at the moment.
To commit suicide is not an unpardonable sin, but it is a sin. The word in the Ten Commandments is used in reference to murder, and to take one’s life is to selfishly murder what God has created to have life. God is the author of life and He alone decides when to finish it. Thus, it is our responsibility to look to Christ, even if we cannot see the purpose in our own lives or circumstances, and let Him lead us and guide us.
If you know someone who is struggling with suicide, take it seriously, don’t neglect them but make sure they get the help they need. If you are struggling with it, then you need to understand that you are not alone, and there are people who care about you. Remember, God is the author of life, and He penned the story of your life with purpose and with a promise that He would never leave you nor forsake you. So be patient so that He can open your eyes to a purpose and a promise for you.
50-0823 - “Testimony”
That's what it is…?… You know that's right, sister. You—but you've had a desire to do that, recently, more than ever in the last two or three weeks. You been praying about that, asking God if He'd take you back. Isn't that right? One time you tried to commit suicide. Isn't that right? That's right. But now, you've gotten away. This thing's come to bring you back to the Lord. Isn't that true? I'm not reading your mind, but I'm seeing a vision. Is that the truth? Will you promise then that you'll return to God, and will serve Him all your life and live… You will? You promise it? All right, bow your head. Our heavenly Father, our beloved sister standing here, who's once knew You and wandered away, and now the secret sin of her life is revealed to her, the thing that's caused her to wander away. And now, down through that channel of time, days passed by, You've come and revealed it to her. Lord, she's coming back. Will You receive her tonight right here at the platform? A commemoration and of the hour. Thank You, Father. Thank You. God bless you, sister. Your sins are forgiven you. Your body is healed. Now, go and sin no more.

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Numbers 11-13