About Marc

Hi, my name is Marc Kutylowski and my relationship with Jesus Christ began when God rescued me from a path of deep depression that led to a suicide attempt that God miraculously saved me from.

As a result, the mission of this blog is to inspire people to build a deep personal relationship with Jesus Christ no matter the circumstances in life. Know this, God loves you just the way you are and already approves of you.

Feel free to check out the rest of the site!

Grace and Peace,
Marc Kutylowski

24 thoughts on “About Marc

  1. Thanks for indicating that you would follow The Ruminant Scribe. I pray that you will find it uplifting and encouraging in your Christian walk. I cer5tainly agree that we need to have and continue to cultivate a relationship with Jesus Christ no matter what circumstances our life throws at us. Also thanks for the like on the post The Elongated Trip. Blessings to you,
    Linda

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  2. Thank you, Marc, for following “A Way with Words.” My joy in writing is made more complete when people read what I’ve written and even more as they respond.

    I write mainly about faith (as a follower of Jesus) and mental illness (one who has battled bipolar disorder for over 20 years). I also dabble in other subjects, stories, and even the occasional poem. If you have any requests, please contact me.

    It looks like we share a great deal in common. I look forward to reading more of your work. May you be blessed as you are a blessing to others.

    Gratefully,
    Tony

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  3. As one who also came close to suicide, I understand how it affects those who have “crossed that line.” But as we daily walk with Christ, He holds our hand, reassures us, gives us hope, and promises to fulfill a work in us – purpose in Him is the key. God bless you as you walk with Jesus.

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  4. I commend you for your blog! I believe power is in numbers and the more we are willing to be open about our shortcomings the more we have the power to overcome them. I to have struggled with this along with strong addictions and have made it through because Jesus does love us just the way we are. All power lies within us to trample the enemy and the more we cultivate our relationships the higher our success rates go. ~God Bless your Blog!~

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  5. Hi Marc, I want to sincerely thank you for following my website/blog. All my readers mean a great deal to me. I hope you find enrichment in your spiritual quest at viewpointofthecross.com Thanks for stopping by and I hope to interact with you more! Feel free to email or message me anytime, God’s peace in the Lord Jesus be with you sir,
    Benjamin

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  6. May God continue to bless you and shine upon you as you inspire others with the stories of your life!

    Thank you for stopping by to read and follow Hope For Today. I look forward to reading you blog as well!

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  8. Hi Marc.

    Thanks for following my blog. When I read a about you, I had to just drop to my knees and pray. I prayed that God through Jesus would lift you and he would bless you, like eventually he blessed Job.
    Talking about depression has almost a stigmata attached to it here in the UK. By that I mean that we “English” tend not to talk about things like that, we stick to the weather, your general health (although it seems to disagree with people if you actually tell them how you are feeling, and not just reply with a “shouldn’t grumble”). Feeling suicidal is such a deep pit we get ourselves in, not realising that this life, this moment is not the end all. Many years ago I felt suicidal but God placed events in the way to lead me to Jesus, He lifted me on a journey that is still on going and everyday is a blessing. I felt God saying “I know you are going through a tough time, but wait to you meet my Son, he’s awesome, He’ll show you the way”

    When trying to hear from God I don’t rely on every word I hear within my head, as we are told to test the spirits – ask yourself would Jesus do that. Sometimes passages have just jumped out of the bible and they have immediately answered questions, othertimes I have kept the passage in my head for a few days and it becomes clear. Sometimes I also find God’s word is revealed through strangers.

    I was almost derided by so called Christian leaders when I suggested that passages of the bible actually speak directly to us and answer questions. They seem to think I was off the mark to just open the bible and read where the page landed. They also poked fun at me for following dreams I had, and I was even called a looney for believing in the whole bible. Those sort of replies tend to push people away and do not show love. Where there is not love then there is not God. I will continue to pray for you and follow your progress. May God bless you and keep you safe from harm and give you an exciting adventure to live out.

    Graham

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  9. Marc, you have made a wonderful step in the right direction. In choosing to look away to the Lord, you may have just put yourself into line with a healing that may have eternal consequences. We would like to encourage you to continue to look away from yourself and to God. You may be surprised as you begin to discover that His power begins to activate in your life in direct proportion to your focus. The more You look at Him, the less You look at you. The more you look to Him, the more He can do for you. If you are down, it may be because you are looking at yourself or this world around us. If you look to Him, there is no limit to what He may do!

    Step forward my friend, and enjoy the journey!

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  10. I’m daily grateful that God is crazy in love with me, no matter what. He’s not looking for perfect people, just people who know how much they need Him every second of every day. All through His Word He used folks who were not exactly the cream of the crop–and He hasn’t changed the way He does things. I love that He created us individually, and He continues to work in our lives in a uniquely distinctive way–same message but delivered in ways that fit the individual’s personality, intellect, abilities, strengths and interests, and needs. He’s no “cookie cutter” God. May He bless you abundantly today–thanks for your visit!

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  11. Marc, So you will know I am now following your blog, We won’t agree on much since I am an Atheist who has no place for your God in my life. But that doesn’t mean I’m not interested in what you say.

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  12. I can’t think of anyone who hasn’t felt so depressed that they feel they have no worth. We all suffer from this disease, but walking with Jesus, we can depend on Him to lighten our burden and carry the load. Thanks for following my blog. I look forward to following you as well!

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  13. It’s really great to see someone openly talk about living with depression and inviting God into the struggle instead of giving into the feelings of pain and loneliness that push so hard to drive you away from him.
    Thank you for sharing your story!

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