The chains that held my heart The gallows that cut my mind The poison that ran my veins Darkness rendered blind
"You were depressed, then one day it disappeared."
I am enjoying a time of peace. It took many long months of pressing into Jesus to get here. I struggled, as most of us do, through intense stress over the last few years, and it takes intentional surrender to back out of those dark places. It is in the surrender that we find our …
To change my daily thoughts I had to consider a few things, and most of them had to do with my own power to choose. Are you willing to step up and take control?
..our inability to feel better is not a direct result of some missing prayers or lack of faith. It takes time to heal the mind.
I was my own interventionist when things got out of control in my adulthood. I knew there had to be more than depression or this crazy alter ego of 'sex, drugs, and rock n roll' I was living.
Life 101- I left that very distinguished position for an equally distinguished position, working for the Lord.
About now I am praying to hear His voice loud and clear, or wishing for one of those talking mirror mirror on the wall things.
If you are a Christian dealing with a mental illness, it can be difficult to look at the Word of God and believe the messages apply to you. Well, they do.
Colors of my mind.