Dean Elliott teaches from Psalm 16 to explain three truths, that when realized, bring about the experience of joy. As Christians, we have joy when we remember who we are, where we are, and what we are supposed to be doing.
It is hard to give up our dreams and expectations and accept God’s will for our lives when they don’t align. Dean Elliott wraps up the series on depression by teaching from Mark 8:34-9:32. Also: James 1:20
Dean Elliott uses a story from the life of Elijah, found in 1 Kings 19, to explain another possible cause for the depression that occurs even when everything goes right. Its basis is in our perspective on where we are in time and in light of eternity. Also: Proverbs 27:20; Ecclesiastes 1:8; Ecclesiastes 3:11
Dean Elliott continues in his sermon series on “Dealing with Depression.” Today he uses an example from the life of Moses, found in Numbers 11, to explain how we sometimes end up looking at life’s situations as “half empty,” instead of “half full.” Also: Proverbs 16:9, Proverbs 19:21, Proverbs 21:30, James 4:13-16, Jeremiah 29:11