Spurgeon Knew It Was Possible to Be Faithful and Depressed

By Diana Gruver, Syndicated from Christianity Today For Charles Spurgeon, the celebrated 19th-century preacher, depression was more than just circumstantial. When he spoke of it in his sermons and lectures, his examples, which were often rooted in his own experience, included a significant form of depression: the kind that comes without cause. In one sermon, … Read more