I’ve had some dark days lately. This cloud has followed me, off and on, for a few years now. While I feel as if I am just now realizing the depths of the darkness, God has been faithful to bring me hope through His Word.
I love the honesty of the psalmists. There are deep emotions communicated in this God-breathed book of the Bible; it makes me feel normal or at least glad I’m not alone in my craziness.
There is much to be learned from these men of God, as they walked through depression, betrayal and deep, deep hurt. While I haven’t experienced betrayal or enemies chasing after my physical destruction, my soul has it’s own enemies. As I follow the example of the psalmists, here are three actions I have found helpful…
I’m hanging out with Kat today, over at Inspired to Action.
While you are there, be sure to sign up for the fall session of the Maximize Your Mornings challenge. There are already over 1200 women signing on to get up early to spend time in the Word! I’ll be a Twitter Accountability Captain, and would love you in my group, just make a note when you sign up!