63 – Depression

One day, Cindy was talking to her pastor about her struggles with depression. She told him that she felt like she was a burden to everyone around her. She felt like she was always asking for help, and she didn’t know how much longer she could keep going.

Her pastor listened to her patiently, and then he said, “Cindy, you are not a burden. You are a child of God, and He loves you very much. He wants to help you through this. You are not alone.”

Cindy’s pastor’s words gave her hope. She started to realize that she was not alone, and that God was there for her. She started to pray more, and she started to read the Bible. She also started to attend church more often.

As Cindy’s faith grew stronger, she started to feel better about herself. She started to feel hope for the future, and she started to rebuild her relationships with her family and friends.

Cindy is grateful for the help that she received from her pastor and from the church. She knows that she would not be where she is today without their love and support. She is also grateful for the verse from Psalm 103:8, which reminds her that God is always there for her, and that He will never give up on her.

Cindy’s story is a reminder that God is always there for us, no matter what we are going through. He loves us, and He wants to help us. If we are struggling with depression, or any other problem, we should not be afraid to reach out for help. There are people who care about us, and there are resources available to help us overcome our challenges.

”┬áThe LORD is compassionate and gracious, slow to anger, abounding in love.”

Psalm 103:8

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