5 Types of People You Can’t Help

by Lashondra

Pastor Dharius Daniels is the inspiration and resource for this week’s blog. He taught a series called “Rejection Rehab”, of which one of his messages was titled, “5 Types of People You Can’t Help”. The series can be purchased by following the link: https://dhariusdanielsstore.com/collections/sermon-series/products/copy-of-rejection-recovery-mp3 or you can YouTube the title and listen online for free.

So who are the “5 Types of People You Can’t Help”?

  1. You can’t help people who don’t think they need help.
  2. You can’t help people who know they need help but don’t want help.
  3. You can’t help people who don’t want help yet.
  4. You can’t help people who don’t want help from you.
  5. You can’t help people who aren’t willing to do what it takes to get help.
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5 thoughts on “5 Types of People You Can’t Help

  1. Yes, sometimes it is challenging when you can see that a person or group needs help but they don’t want your help or they do not believe that they even need help. It is important to always approach people in love, as well as to remember that all one can do, is offer help, it is up to the individual to accept it. The old saying ” You can lead a horse to water; but you can’t make him drink; ” is so true!

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  2. Wow! Thank you for your blog. It is difficult when you desperately want to see people set free and you want them to surrender to Gods will for their life.

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    1. Maurice, you’re right, sometimes we realize that even we ourselves may not always be receptive to help. We should always self-check and self-reflect first.

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