Spurgeon’s Sorrows: Realistic Hope For Those Who Suffer From Depression

from Servants of Grace by Dave Jenkins

Many people today struggle with depression. This problem is not only an issue outside the Church, but also inside of it. People suffer in silence and wonder where the Lord is in the midst of their pain? Such people often don’t have the doctrinal and theological categories to deal with the stress of life. Even as someone who has studied the Bible his entire life, I often find battles with depression to be difficult. Such struggles are not new though they go back into early biblical history and extend to the present day. This is why when I read Zach Eswine’s new book Spurgeon’s Sorrows Realistic Hope for those who Suffer from Depression I was deeply encouraged.

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