Very few would argue with the fact that suicide is a direct breaking of the Sixth Commandment which is, “You shall not murder.” We are not to murder each other or ourselves. God created human beings in His image and each of us carries within us the potential to overcome the evil in this world, and to rule and reign with Christ in heavenly places. If we are Christians, we no longer belong to ourselves, but to God. We are overseers of our bodies and our lives (which belong to Him), and we are responsible to guard that which has been entrusted to us.

Suicide is a grievous sin that seriously hurts both the heart of God, and those who loved the deceased. The pain of losing a loved one who took their own life is not easily healed, and often isn’t fully healed until Heaven. Whether you are contemplating suicide or know someone who killed themselves, God wants you to know there is hope and life for you. He is the great Healer and Restorer of what has been lost or stolen.

Many of the greatest saints and heroes of the Bible faced overwhelming depression and sometimes wrote that they wished they had never even been born. King David, (Psalm 13:2-4) , the prophet Jeremiah, (Jeremiah 20:14-18) , and Job, (Job 7:15-16) among others, all reached low points where they despaired of their very lives. Job says, “So that my soul chooseth strangling, and death rather than my life. I loathe it; I would not live alway: let me alone; for my days are vanity” (Job 7:15-16) .

Professor Mika Gissler and colleagues studied the risk of suicide among women of childbearing age (15-49) in Finland to learn how the incidence of suicide differs among three groups of women: those who had given birth, those who had miscarried, and those who had aborted their child in the 12 months before their death. The authors concluded:

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The suicide rate associated with birth was almost half the rate of the general population. “This suggests that childbearing prevents suicide or that women capable of giving birth are not at high risk for suicide.”

The suicide rate associated with induced abortion was over three times higher than in the general population and almost six times higher than among women who gave birth .

Very few would argue with the fact that suicide is a direct breaking of the Sixth Commandment which is, “You shall not murder.” We are not to murder each other or ourselves. God created human beings in His image and each of us carries within us the potential to overcome the evil in this world, and to rule and reign with Christ in heavenly places. If we are Christians, we no longer belong to ourselves, but to God. We are overseers of our bodies and our lives (which belong to Him), and we are responsible to guard that which has been entrusted to us.

Suicide is a grievous sin that seriously hurts both the heart of God, and those who loved the deceased. The pain of losing a loved one who took their own life is not easily healed, and often isn’t fully healed until Heaven. Whether you are contemplating suicide or know someone who killed themselves, God wants you to know there is hope and life for you. He is the great Healer and Restorer of what has been lost or stolen.

Many of the greatest saints and heroes of the Bible faced overwhelming depression and sometimes wrote that they wished they had never even been born. King David, (Psalm 13:2-4) , the prophet Jeremiah, (Jeremiah 20:14-18) , and Job, (Job 7:15-16) among others, all reached low points where they despaired of their very lives. Job says, “So that my soul chooseth strangling, and death rather than my life. I loathe it; I would not live alway: let me alone; for my days are vanity” (Job 7:15-16) .

Very few would argue with the fact that suicide is a direct breaking of the Sixth Commandment which is, “You shall not murder.” We are not to murder each other or ourselves. God created human beings in His image and each of us carries within us the potential to overcome the evil in this world, and to rule and reign with Christ in heavenly places. If we are Christians, we no longer belong to ourselves, but to God. We are overseers of our bodies and our lives (which belong to Him), and we are responsible to guard that which has been entrusted to us.

Suicide is a grievous sin that seriously hurts both the heart of God, and those who loved the deceased. The pain of losing a loved one who took their own life is not easily healed, and often isn’t fully healed until Heaven. Whether you are contemplating suicide or know someone who killed themselves, God wants you to know there is hope and life for you. He is the great Healer and Restorer of what has been lost or stolen.

Many of the greatest saints and heroes of the Bible faced overwhelming depression and sometimes wrote that they wished they had never even been born. King David, (Psalm 13:2-4) , the prophet Jeremiah, (Jeremiah 20:14-18) , and Job, (Job 7:15-16) among others, all reached low points where they despaired of their very lives. Job says, “So that my soul chooseth strangling, and death rather than my life. I loathe it; I would not live alway: let me alone; for my days are vanity” (Job 7:15-16) .

Professor Mika Gissler and colleagues studied the risk of suicide among women of childbearing age (15-49) in Finland to learn how the incidence of suicide differs among three groups of women: those who had given birth, those who had miscarried, and those who had aborted their child in the 12 months before their death. The authors concluded:

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The suicide rate associated with birth was almost half the rate of the general population. “This suggests that childbearing prevents suicide or that women capable of giving birth are not at high risk for suicide.”

The suicide rate associated with induced abortion was over three times higher than in the general population and almost six times higher than among women who gave birth .

The most commonly used method of suicide varies between countries, and is partly related to the availability of effective means. [10] Common methods include hanging , pesticide poisoning , and firearms . [2] [3] Suicide resulted in 828,000 deaths globally in 2015 (up from 712,000 deaths in 1990). [5] [11] This makes it the 10th leading cause of death worldwide. [4] [12]

The normal verb in scholarly research and journalism for the act of suicide is commit . [28] [29] Some advocacy groups recommend saying completed suicide , took his/her own life , died by suicide , or killed him/herself instead of committed suicide . [30] [31] [32] [33] Opponents of commit argue that it implies that suicide is criminal, sinful, or morally wrong. [34]

Factors that affect the risk of suicide include mental disorders, drug misuse, psychological states, cultural, family and social situations, and genetics. [36] Mental disorders and substance misuse frequently co-exist. [37] Other risk factors include having previously attempted suicide, [13] the ready availability of a means to take one's life, a family history of suicide, or the presence of traumatic brain injury . [38] For example, suicide rates have been found to be greater in households with firearms than those without them. [39]

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