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Welcome to my Blog! Please feel free to comment, ask for prayer, share your victories concerning depression. We want to hear from you!

Post freely, post anonymously, ask questions.  You don't have to be alone in what you're going through and no! you are not strange or weird or different from anyone else.  Depression is a state of mind and our minds change often.  You don't have to remain in a depressed state.  I don't care what anyone tells you.
If you've come out of depression, let's do our best to lift someone else up.  Share how you've overcome.

I'm delighted and honored that you stopped by and I'm praying for all of us.

 - DCNY

Strength that only God Can Give!

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The Strength that only God can Give! This morning we are reading Psalm 18:29-45.
Let's Review the chapter so far...Thank God for Who He is in your life. vs. 1-3Deal with the issues. vs. 4-19Acknowledge that God is in Control. vs. 20-29---------and NOW---------Receive God's strength to make it! vs. 29 -45
God bless you today as we continue to read and study the 18th Psalm! #summerpsalms

Unwanted Weight

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God is Able!

This chapter reads like some of the most powerful prayers we've heard.

It starts with praise in verses 1-3.

It then discusses the problem or issues in verses 4-19.

Now in Psalm 18:20 - 29, we acknowledge God's power.

When have you seen the power of God in your life?

Don't Mess With a Child of God!

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We’re still reading Psalm 18! When you look back over your life, how has God answered some of your most urgent prayers? Read David’s account in verses 4 – 19.

Saved From the Hands of the Enemy!

Saved From the Hands of the Enemy!Have you made it through a terrible time in your life? Today and tomorrow we’re reading the 18th Psalm. Let’s start with verses 1-3, what would be YOUR song of praise?
#summerpsalms

No Matter What!

David loved God! Have you ever been hurt by something and through your hurt still managed to maintain a relationship with your loved one and cater to their heart. David's problems teach us that NO MATTER WHAT, go back TO GOD! Give God glory even in the BAD situation, even in the WORST situation, even in the face of your enemies - GIVE GOD THE GLORY! A few weeks ago we read the 3rd Psalm (Sat, 7/8). It was David's cry to God while he was on the run from his son Absalom. What I find amazing about David is that in this time of distress he took care of God's business to the point where he wrote the 4th and 5th Psalms and picked the instruments that they were to be played to.The 4th Psalm for a stringed instrument starts as a prayer and then words to his enemies to compel them to serve God and show them the error of their ways and he finishes with a praise. The 5th Psalm (for a flute) reads in the same manner. Read the 4th and 5th Psalm. Share it with someone. Pray about it for…

My Prayer...

Yes, you pray. Yes, you read your bible. Yet, there are things that you are dealing with. Problems from your past, people against you, bills are enormous, etc., etc. David is now a mature king when he writes this Psalm. The king having a family, riches, a nation at his command, felt the need to pray this prayer. In distress, David knew that only God can help. Is this 25th Psalm your prayer???Unto thee, O Lord , do I lift up my soul. O my God, I trust in thee: let me not be ashamed, let not mine enemies triumph over me. Yea, let none that wait on thee be ashamed: let them be ashamed which transgress without cause. Shew me thy ways, O Lord ; teach me thy paths. Lead me in thy truth, and teach me: for thou art the God of my salvation; on thee do I wait all the day. Remember, O Lord , thy tender mercies and thy lovingkindnesses; for they have been ever of old. Remember not the sins of my youth, nor my transgressions: according to thy mercy remember thou me for thy goodness' sake, O Lo…