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Home » Uncategorized » Interesting article of the week » “No matter how deep you fall, grace goes deeper still. “What was under Elijah when he fell down in that fainting fit under the juniper tree? Why, underneath were the everlasting arms.” No matter how far you fall in your depression, “the eternal arms shall be lower than you are.” 17 Grace goes deeper no matter what the cause. “Brethren, there are many such occasions in which the spirit sinks sometimes through a sense of sin, through disappointments, through desertions of friends, through beholding the decay of the Lord’s work, through a lack of success in our ministry, or a thousand other mischiefs which may all cast us low.” 18 Jesus is able to sympathize and recover us no matter what we face.” from “Spurgeon’s Sorrows: Realistic Hope for those who suffer from depression” by Zack Eswine

“No matter how deep you fall, grace goes deeper still. “What was under Elijah when he fell down in that fainting fit under the juniper tree? Why, underneath were the everlasting arms.” No matter how far you fall in your depression, “the eternal arms shall be lower than you are.” 17 Grace goes deeper no matter what the cause. “Brethren, there are many such occasions in which the spirit sinks sometimes through a sense of sin, through disappointments, through desertions of friends, through beholding the decay of the Lord’s work, through a lack of success in our ministry, or a thousand other mischiefs which may all cast us low.” 18 Jesus is able to sympathize and recover us no matter what we face.” from “Spurgeon’s Sorrows: Realistic Hope for those who suffer from depression” by Zack Eswine

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