We all hit bottom. Right now I feel like I am at the bottom. Do I accept defeat or do I fight back, pushing back against pressure to conform and be yourself in the process? I bounce back. As high as I can! Away from the people who want to talk you down, out of your dreams. I don’t hear them anymore. Even when it’s my near and dear loved ones. Satan attacks the mind, heart and your words through where it hurts the most.
It’s not right to shout back at your mother when she is unconsciously registering doubt in you when all you want her to have is faith. You need someone to have faith in you. But it isn’t completely necessary, because Jesus has faith in you. He had so much faith that He gave us the benefit of the doubt always and gave us free will, even when He knew we could go from bad to worse. That’s because He had faith in us. As such, we should never let the “bottom” stick us up to it but keep jumping as high as we can to get over the slump.
- Recovery From Addiction and Depression: An Interview with Vivian Eisenecher (psychcentral.com)
- Hell’s Goal: Destroy Your Faith! (johnestorge.com)
- Why Won’t God Answer My Prayer? (truthbehindreality.wordpress.com)
- Spiritual Warfare (freshlyground.wordpress.com)