Knowing the Root of Depression and understanding its symptoms.
Suffering from Depression?
Depression, what is it? How can you deal with it?
Depression is the intense feelings of sadness including feeling helpless ,hopeless and worthless.
It is a mood disorder which is a result of much anxiety. It is an extended sense of sadness and despair that distort and affect the way someone thinks, behaves and lives.
The Signs and Symptoms of Depression
These are the major signs and symptoms of Depression:
- Persistent sadness, anxiousness, loneliness and worry.
- Feelings of hopelessness or worthlessness
- Feelings of guilt, thoughts of death or suicide attempts.
- Lose of appetite and loss of weight.
- Aches and pains, cramps and headaches.
- Loss of interest or pleasure in hobbies and daily activities.
- Difficulty in concentrating, remembering or making decisions.
- Decreased energy or fatigue.
- Difficulty of resting and sleeping, awakening and oversleeping.
Symptoms of Depression may vary depending on the state of the person and situation or environment a person lives in. Depression can affect anybody.
What is the cure for depression? It does not matter what your doses are and clinical prescriptions are. Many drugs and therapy just relieve depression. But they do not cure! Because depression is not a physical disease. It is a spiritual disease that affects the mind. It is demonic in nature and you need a spiritual cure for it. You need to be delivered from it.
Before, I give my own prescriptions on the other page, on how to cure depression, let me bring you back to the bible, the word of God, to a particular scripture in 1 Samuel 18:1-16.
This story tells of a particular person who was suffering from depression, but not just an ordinary person, he was the King of Israel, he was King Saul.
He was in depression because he was hurt, he was jealous and he was in a state of hopelessness and worthlessness because he disobeyed God’s commandments and God rejected him, so he was jealous and afraid of King David who was to be his successor as the next King of Israel.
Through depression catapulted by an evil spirit, he turned into a state of frenzy and tried to pin David on the wall with his spear from which David escaped.
David was a man of praise and worshipped God and was a man of war.
He escaped the grips of King Saul every time King Saul was out for him.In all his circumstances, he worshipped God, hence, the book of Psalms is filled with his praises, worships and prayers. He revered God and obeyed God and declared that God was his shield and tower of strength who would protect him. He had enemies like you and me.
In this world, we are dealing with demonic spirits who are our spiritual enemies and who are responsible for inflicting those pains of depression in you.They are real just as you are. All they do is attack your body and your soul just like what was done to King Saul.
The bible says that the thief comes to steal, kill and destroy.
Not only physically but spiritually also. You have 5 physical senses that helps you to relate to this world. God created you a triune body, you have spirit, a body and a soul.Your soul also has 5 senses. It comprises your emotions, intellect, will power, knowledge and mind.
Since Satan is spirit, he sends his spirits of torments who are also spirits of depressions, to attack your soul because your soul is invisible, and so they attack your soul through the 5 soul senses plunging you into all kinds of depressions via
your mind, your will power and intellects and then causing a chain of reactions of pains to your physical bodies leaving you in a state of hopelessness, helplessness and worthlessness.
The evil spirits’ objectives as declared in John 10:10 are to destroy you by way of depression, in order to steal your authority, confuse your identify as a child of God, suck up your emotions and kill off your godly intellectual power and mindset and they make sure, you are destroyed physically.
Yeshua (Jesus) said I have come so that they may have life. Life in all its abundance Life in its fullest measure.
Bless be the Name of our Lord Yeshua (Jesus)