Spiritual Depression: Its Causes and Its Cure

Spiritual Depression: Its Causes and Its Cure

by D. Martyn Lloyd-Jones

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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780802813879
Publisher: Eerdmans, William B. Publishing Company
Publication date: 07/28/1965
Edition description: Reprint
Pages: 300
Sales rank: 79,965
Product dimensions: 5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.58(d)

About the Author


(1899-1981) A gifted and justly famous preacher, and a minister with wide pastoral experience, who throughout his ministry at Westminster Chapel in London, England, attracted large audiences, many seekers, and always the keen and devout worshippers.

Table of Contents

  1. GENERAL CONSIDERATION
  2. THE TRUE FOUNDATION
  3. MEN AS TREES, WALKING
  4. MIND, HEART AND WILL
  5. THAT ONE SIN
  6. VAIN REGRETS
  7. FEAR OF THE FUTURE
  8. FEELINGS
  9. LABOURERS IN THE VINEYARD
  10. WHERE IS YOUR FAITH?
  11. LOOKING AT THE WAVES
  12. THE SPIRIT OF BONDAGE
  13. FALSE TEACHING
  14. WEARY IN WELL DOING
  15. DISCIPLINE
  16. TRIALS
  17. CHASTENING
  18. IN GOD’S GYMNASIUM
  19. THE PEACE OF GOD
  20. LEARNING TO BE CONTENT
  21. THE FINAL CURE

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Spiritual Depression: Its Causes and Its Cure 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Yagenrok More than 1 year ago
It has had the biggest impact on my life of any book I've read in the last year! Martyn Lloyd-Jones speaks the TRUTH in love - just what I needed!
lauranav on LibraryThing 5 months ago
What a wonderful book. It is a scriptural, practical, and encouraging discussion of why a Christian is not happy and steps to take. I used each chapter as a devotion - taking time that day to reflect on it. I was convicted while reading and also by my behavior and mood during the month I spent reading it. Lloyd-Jones never failed to tell it how it is and encourage me to run to Christ. The first chapter has a much-quoted (lately at least) bit about why we must talk to ourselves, instead of just letting our self talk to us. "You have to take yourself in hand." Must of the book is about controlling our thoughts, or rather, understanding the need to not let our thoughts and emotions control us. One part that became convicting this month was in chapter 10"It is very wrong for a Christian ever to be in such a condition. I do not care what the circumstances may be, the Christian should never be agitated, the Christian should never be beside himself, the Christian should never be at his wit¿s end, the Christian should never be in a condition in which he has lost control of himself"Faith is a refusal to panic. Faith is unbelief kept quiet, kept down.A wonderful book, one I will return to many times and one I heartily recommend to anyone looking to grow in their walk with Christ.