Pandemic induced depression affects Christians differently

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The pandemic is affecting our minds more than our bodies

Half of Canadians say their mental health has worsened during the lockdown. Depression and anxiety rates are climbing.

Depression affects Christians in a unique way that actually makes our suffering worse than non Christians.

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  1. I am in my eighties, living alone, no children and no family members. My husband is in a Long Term Care Home for years and I went every week to feed him. I can no longer see him or visit because of the pandemic situation. I don’t know if I ever will see him again as I am in isolation myself because of age and underlying health problems.

    I met Dr. Grant Mullen and Cathy when they came to my church a few years ago and I have his book Emotionally Free. It helped me a lot.

    My Lord sustains me as I pray and read my bible every day. When I get discouraged the Lord has promised me a Garment of Praise for my heaviness so when I feel heavy I sing to him and play Christian music and praise Him for all He has done and is doing. I have 2 cats to feed, a house to clean and a garden to look after and grass to cut. I do this by myself but I receive His strength . It is better to accept the things that you cannot change than to sit around and feel sorry for yourself. I am a war baby, from second world and my parents lost jobs, business and their house and left with nothing and 3 kids under age 8. We were homeless, lived in poverty with little for 6 years. I came to Canada at age 20 to make a new life but was melancholy, sad a lot and on depression medication and was saved later on in life. No more depression medication. Life is not easy but every day I give thanks for everything that the Lord has given me to bear. I have learned from my pain and losses in life. Give thanks in ALL things.

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      Elizabeth, that’s a wonderful testimony of your walk with God and his sustaining power within you. Thanks for sharing it with us.

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