301. Healing Troubled Hearts

Bill's Book CoverIn John 14:27, Jesus said, “Let not your hearts be troubled,” but two chapters later He tells us that, “In this world you will have trouble.”

Those of us who have suffered from depression and other dark places know what real trouble is, as we have experienced sinking into a pit of helplessness and hopelessness. Thank God, that’s not the end of the story: the last verse of Chapter 16 says, “take heart! I have overcome the world.” That means He has come to heal our troubled hearts.

How this healing takes place is thoroughly told in a book recently published by my brother, Dr. Bill Day: Healing Troubled Hearts, through exchanges with the Master. In my opinion, it’s a must read.

Dr. Bill Day is a combination psychotherapist and minister; I don’t think I would have triumphed over depression without his Christian inner-healing ministry. I called on him many, many times over four years in the darkest pit I’ve ever known. His was a combination of wisdom and compassion that he now shares with everyone in his new book.

You can find out more on healingtroubledhearts.com.


About Patrick Day

triumphoverdepression.org This blog is my ministry to support those who are depressed, in gratefulness for my having overcome major depression. Read "About Patrick Day" just to the right of "home" on the top of the blog site to find out more particulars about me. I retired from a career in higher education, where I served as Dean of Instruction, and promptly moved into a life of purposelessness and despair for five years, finally coming out on the other side. I am now an author, a business and life coach, a writer of this blog, and a volunteer for various organizations. What I write about in this blog is not hypothetical comments on depression. I have been there, felt the horrible pain, had my life disrupted, and experienced everything that I write about. I pray that I may be a blessing to you.
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