Dazzling Secrets

Dazzling Secrets for Despondent Saints  Rev Dr Ken Chant Vision Colleges Every morning when you wake up you will groan, “Oh, if only it were evening!” and in the evening you will cry, “Oh, if only it were morning!” (De 28:66-67)

Does that describe you, or perhaps someone you know? Recent surveys suggest that 1 in 6 people will suffer a major depression in their lifetime. Fifty years ago the average age of people suffering from depression was 40; now it has fallen to the mid-20s. Among teen-agers, suicide is one of the most common causes of death; in some areas, it is the second most common cause.

What is the best remedy for depression? How can Christians maintain a life of continual victory? These pages will present some key ideas that can lift people out of the gloomy pit and keep them living in the sunshine of God’s love. You may not need help for yourself; yet there are probably people around you who are hurting. With these keys in your hand, you may be able to help them escape from darkness and come into light.

You may notice the absence of any section in this book dealing with the devil. That is not because I do not recognise his power to destroy human life. I understand full well that he comes, as Jesus said, only “to steal, kill, and destroy” (Jn 10:10). But despite common opinion, Satan is seldom the immediate cause of depression, and I felt he could be safely left out of these pages (apart from an occasional reference here and there.)

This book is now also available as an  ebook from Smashwords Dazzling Secrets for Despondent Saints - Ebook version 

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