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Chaplain Supports Army Suicide Prevention Month with Free eBook, Bringing Spiritual Component to Bear in Military’s Battle Against Suicide

September 19, 2012

Chaplain Bender Provides Free Book to Service Members and Families, Offering a Spiritual Solution to Military Suicide Problem

Dallas, TX (PRWEB) September 19, 2012

Life is a battle. Those who attempt or commit suicide do so, ultimately, because they see life as a battle they cannot win. They see their circumstances, situation, and/or past as overwhelming to the point of feeling hopeless, helpless, worthless, lonely and guilty. They see no other alternative.

In light of Army Suicide Prevention Month in September, Chaplain Bender offers an alternative in his free book. He suggests that looking at life´s battles through spiritual eyes is one vital, fundamental component in a holistic approach to overcoming suicidal thoughts and ideations. His book proposes that the antidote to feelings of hopelessness, helplessness, worthlessness, loneliness, and guilt is to see that God, with all His power, wisdom, and love, stands ready to join us in the battles of life; ensuring our victory over every circumstance, every situation, even over our past. The book teaches that we are never truly hopeless, helpless, or worthless because Jesus, The Greatest Warrior, promises to always places the mission of our salvation first, to never accept defeat for us, to never quit us, and to never leave us fallen comrades.

This book also answers the age old question of how a good, all-knowing, all-powerful God can allow pain and suffering; even going as far as saying that pain is proof of God´s love instead of a problem for God´s love. Whether struggling with suicide, depression, illness, loneliness, divorce, or just wondering where God is in the midst of life´s struggles, “Jesus, The Greatest Warrior” holds out the hope of certain victory in the battles of life.

A free download is available for all military members and their families at http://www.thegreatestwarrior.com/warriorsblog. Click on “Buy E-book” and enter offer code “Military” for 100% discount. On his website, Chaplain Bender has also provided links to over 100 organizations and agencies ready to provide spiritual, emotional, relational, financial, and employment resources to military members and their families. These practical resources are available by clicking on the “100+ Resources for Military and Families” tab at the top of the page. For more information about “Jesus, The Greatest Warrior”, visit http://thegreatestwarrior.com.

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