EUTHANASIA

THE MYTH OF MERCY KILLING

QUICK STUDY GUIDE

Need help now with EUTHANASIA? 

This Quick Study Guide contains excerpts from our Keys For Living book on EUTHANASIA, to offer an immediate overview, concise answers, with biblical hope and practical help.

ORDER & DOWNLOAD YOUR QUICK STUDY GUIDE

THE MYTH OF MERCY KILLING

“First seek the counsel of the Lord.”

1 Kings 22:5 

You are sitting by the bed of someone you love… someone with a terminal illness. What happ ens when you find yourself agonizing over a medical decision—a major decision with moral implications? Is it ever right to choose death for a loved one who is suffering? What perspective should you have in order to make the right decision? How can you be sure you are making the best choice  in the midst of a medical crisis? 

“If any of you lacks wisdom, he should ask God, who g ives generously to all without finding fault, and it will be given to him.” 

James 1:5

Many people want to know, “Is euthanasia playing God?”  In simplest terms, euthanasia is doing so mething to someone that causes that person to die. If that “something” were not done, the body would be allowed to take its natural course. In light of this knowledge, is euthanasia right or wrong? Is  euthanasia “playing God”?  Yes, it takes the role that God alone should have. 

When answers to questions seem elusive, you need to know where to go. The Bible reveals what makes life worth living. Wisdom from the Word of God will guide you in making end-of-life decisions—decisions with true dignity. 

NOT SURE ON HOW TO START?  

LEARN: WHAT DO I DO? 

Get your free Key to Hope on EUTHANASIA.  The download will be sent to your email.

“Did you receive the Spirit by observing the law, or by believing what you heard? Are you so foolish? After beginning with the Spirit, are you now trying to attain your goal by human effort?”

Galatians 3:2-3

NOTICE: The information contained in this resource is general in nature and is not intended to provide or be a substitute for advice, consultation or treatment with a duly licensed mental health practitioner or other medical professional. This resource is intended to provide practical faith-based guidelines for balanced living and is not a replacement for medical advice. Professional services should be pursued whenever necessary and/or appropriate. By utilizing this resource, individuals acknowledge that Women of Faith is not providing direct clinically-oriented mental health treatment or therapy, and that it does not create a therapeutic relationship between any individual and Women of Faith.  Individuals who use this resource also agree to indemnify and hold harmless, Women of Faith, its licensees, affiliates, and assigns, as well as the officers, agents, and employees of Women of Faith and its licensees, affiliates, and assigns, from and against any and all liability, loss, damages, costs, charges, legal fees, recoveries, judgments, penalties, and expenses, which may be obtained against, imposed upon or suffered by Women of Faith.Additionally, certain views and opinions expressed in this resource may be those from sources other than Women of Faithand do not necessarily represent the views of Women of Faith, nor imply an endorsement by Women of Faith. All rights are reserved worldwide and no part of this resource may be reproduced in any form (print or electronic) without the expressed written permission of Women of Faith.