Restoration: Getting Through What You Can’t Get Over With Anita Brooks

October 26, 2017

I love Psalm 88, however, there’s a twist to it. All the other psalms end with joy even though they start off with sorrow. This one reflects pain throughout:

Oh Lord, the God who saves me, day and night I cry out before you.

May my prayer come before you. Turn your ear to my cry.

For my soul is full of trouble and my life draws near to the grave,

I am counted among those who go down to the pit.

        I am like a man without strength,

I am set apart with dead like who lie in the grave whom you remember no more who are cut off from your care.

In fact, the writer of this Psalm shows the symptoms of clinical depression. Why would God put that in the Bible? I think God knows there at times this is how we feel. Sometimes life overwhelms us.

Today I have Anita Brooks with me, and she has written Getting Through What You Can’t Get Over. She will share how God can restore after major depression:

Find Anita Brooks here.


1 Comment

  • Reply Marla Aycock November 1, 2017 at 1:02 pm

    Dear Cindy,
    First let me just say your program and journey as a speaker and writer have become so polished
    and professional. So proud of how you’re reaching out to women with your ministry.
    I was just listening to your interview with Anita Brooks and am very interested in what she has to say, but not sure if you realize only your part of the interview is on the recording. There’s just a long silence after you ask your questions. I you get this to work, let me know, would love to hear her story and ideas.

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