Depression is a strange illness. It seems we should be able to feel good before we take steps to recovery. But how do we do that when we’re depressed? We don’t……..
And when Jesus departed from there, two bling men followed him, crying out and saying, “Son of David, have mercy on us!” Matthew 9:27-30. Believe
People who suffer from depression are many times some of the most courageous people we can meet. Their illness doesn’t garner the same empathy. After all, everyone gets depressed. Right?
Depression is far more than just have a few sad days.
Anxiety is one of the worst feelings I know. It feels like an elephant is sitting on your chest. It feels oppressive and “dark”. And guess what.
The number of people who suffer anxiety is monumental. In fact, it’s becoming more the norm all the time.
That’s where bringing others on board to pray is so important.
Has your depression ever made you want to stay in bed all day? I have a better idea.