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Bruised Reed A : One Christian's journey through Depression

Bruised Reed A : One Christian's journey through Depression
Subtitled 'One Christian's journey through Depression', and written from the depths of the author's own experiences, this very honest little book (less than seventy pages) gives helpful, scriptural advice for those struggling with depression or anxiety. Ideal for personal use, or as an aid to assisting friends and relatives.
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ISBN/EAN: 9780852349984
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Publisher: EP Books
Author: Cottrell Phil
Format: Pbk
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Philip Cottrell is not any sense a professional author, nor does he have ambition to be one. In many ways he is among the most ordinary of Christians, faithfully serving the Lord in an undistinguished area of the East Midlands. Then one day toward the end of 2003 two intruders came to call: depression and anxiety. In Philips own words: 'I will not write about medication or professional help, since I am not medically trained and therefore not qualified to judge their effectiveness. Suffice to say that I see no reason to discount medical help. Since, as God provides professionals to treat our bodies, I presume that he provides the same for our minds. However, it is surely up to each Christian to decide for himself. 'What I do feel able to write about is the Lords wonderful love and care for one of his children who has suffered these two forms of disorder. I think we often shrink back from ailments of the mind, but as Christians we need to confront them in order to serve our God as we really desire.'
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