A series of videos taking a pastoral and sympathetic look at 'Depression'.
This video looks at the depression crisis and gives eight reasons why Christians should study the subject of 'Depression'.
1. Because the Bible speaks about it 2. Because it is so common 3. Because it impacts our spiritual life 4. Because it may be prevented or mitigated 5. Because it will open doors of usefulness 6. Because it is so misunderstood 7. Because it is a talent to be invested for God 8. Because we can all improve our mental health
Thank you for this series of lecturers! This series of 6 lectures are most informative and useful. I thank and praise God for making them available on SermonAudio for the benefit of believes all over the world. I myself have suffered from many episodes of severe prolonged depression and I have found this series of messages most biblical and helpful. Thank you Dr Murray for sharing these messages with us. May God bless you abundantly and continue to use these messages to help His suffering people!
Great sermon! Great sermon, great topic. Thanks for taking it up. We all need to take this topic all the way, so that we can also introduce the joy of Jesus into the suffering.
Sincerely thanks I couldn't be too bored to hear another valiant attempt to confront this.
Great Sermon! Awesome! A biblical and professional presentation on a subject that still has much stigma in the church. I tuned into this out of curiosity -- plus knowing a couple of people who are Christians who say they've suffered from depression. I was pleased that this first video answered the question, WHY STUDY DEPRESSION? I can't wait to watch and hear the remaining videos on this topic. Amazing what one can find on SermonAudio!!! Praise God and bless Rev. Murray for sharing this beyond Scotland!!!
David Murray served as the Pastor of Lochcarron Free Church of Scotland from 1995 to 2000, and then of Stornoway Free Church of Scotland (continuing) from 2000 to 2007. In August 2007 he accepted a call to be the Professor of Old Testament and Practical Theology at Puritan...