Sharing My Heart

I am writing this morning on what God has placed on my heart. I love doing this because I hope that it will minister to someone and tell them that they are not alone in the fight. What am I talking about? I am talking about the major depression and anxiety that I suffer with each day. Yes, some days it is good and some days it is horrible, but my friends I have hope in the Lord Jesus Christ. Many days, He is the only person that keeps me going.

The struggle feels like this: Imagine that you are in the bottom of a pit. There is no rope, no ladder, no nothing to help you out. You are scratching and clawing on the sides, trying to get out but to no avail. This is what my depression feels like many days. It makes me wonder why do I even try? It makes you wonder if there will ever be a way out of it. Why doesn’t someone throw down a ladder to help you up?

Depression is not sin. It does not mean that you need to pray more or have more faith. Depression is a real condition that needs treated by professionals. I thank God for doctors and medication that have helped my depression. If you have depression, seek help and tell others, especially those who are closest to you.

Why do I write this? I hope nobody takes this and uses it against me because I feel I can minister to so many who are in this fight as well. You are not alone. God is with you and will sustain you, even in the darkest of days. I write this because I am willing to put myself on a limb just to help one other person. People have such a stigma about depression but it is very commonplace in our society today.

In closing, I must tell you hang in there. Better days are ahead. Place your trust in God and he will give you peace and joy, when you think it is not possible. I love you all and please feel free to reach out to me if you need help in this fight. I am here to help and support you!

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