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Replenish: Accepting God’s Provision in the Depths of Depression

Seeking God while battling depression seems impossible, but God guides us to take strides to care for ourselves so that we will hear Him clearly. So He can replenish our souls.  Like many women, I have spent a good deal of my life living with depression. I liken it to parenting a toddler who you… Continue reading Replenish: Accepting God’s Provision in the Depths of Depression

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Depression: Fighting for Joy in the Midst of Darkness

As believers, we may think depression and faith could not occur together. But because of the cross, we who face despair can still find hope.  Depression is something we hear about all the time. I’m here to tell you it is much more than just being sad. Most Christians I know who have struggled with… Continue reading Depression: Fighting for Joy in the Midst of Darkness

Devotional · Stay Sane

Reins: Relinquishing Control to The Lord Who Blesses Us

When we give the Lord the reins to our life, we relinquish control. And as we let go, He leads and guides us into His blessings.  Sometimes, when I pause and consider my life, I am amazed at how the Lord has blessed me. It definitely has not always been this good. But the more… Continue reading Reins: Relinquishing Control to The Lord Who Blesses Us

Devotional · Stay Sane

Darkness: Stepping Out of the Shadows and Into the Light of Jesus

God invites us to step out of the darkness of our brokenness, and into the light of Jesus. That is where we find freedom, this is where we find healing. Prayer is the believer’s greatest weapon. It is the first line of defense. I was named after the prophetess who recognized Jesus as the Messiah.… Continue reading Darkness: Stepping Out of the Shadows and Into the Light of Jesus

Devotional · Stay Sane

Known: To Be Known By, and To Know the Unknowable God

Because he has set his love upon Me, therefore I will deliver him; I will set him on high, because he has known My name. Psalms 91:14, NKJV Like my father before me, I struggle with SAD – Seasonal Affective Disorder. We SAD folks need sunshine, LOTS of sunshine. Living in a city that is… Continue reading Known: To Be Known By, and To Know the Unknowable God