Chapter Eight

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3 thoughts on “Chapter Eight”

  1. DMR, I greatly enjoyed the following quote:
    God's Word does what it says. When you can't "inwardly digest" the Word as you wish, it still does what our Lord promises. When confession is lost upon your lips, our Lord forgives your sins out of His mercy, for He will not let a sickness or weakness on your part deny you what you truly need, namely His healing Word of forgiveness. And when prayers is something that you used to do, the Spirit prays with you and for you, in ways that we cannot even fathom.

    I find that this talks not only about the sickness and disease of depression, but it also talks about a greater sickness and disease that we all face: that being of sin. Wonderful quote and thank you for writing this book!

  2. DMR, I greatly enjoyed the following quote:
    God's Word does what it says. When you can't "inwardly digest" the Word as you wish, it still does what our Lord promises. When confession is lost upon your lips, our Lord forgives your sins out of His mercy, for He will not let a sickness or weakness on your part deny you what you truly need, namely His healing Word of forgiveness. And when prayers is something that you used to do, the Spirit prays with you and for you, in ways that we cannot even fathom.

    I find that this talks not only about the sickness and disease of depression, but it also talks about a greater sickness and disease that we all face: that being of sin. Wonderful quote and thank you for writing this book!

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