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  1. This is very true sir. Thank , Dr Warren, for your encouragements always .

  2. Joseph T S Menjor June 16, 2014 at 2:51 pm

    Great revelation thank God for you pastor

  3. Thank you Pastor Warren. I see that if we die from cancer there is no condemnation. But how about depression that results in suicide? It is death from an illness as well so I think God would understand just like death from any other causes. I thank Mathew for his life that move a worthy cause.

  4. #5) Increased personal worship time.

  5. I appreciate Rick’s insight–gained through years of experience–on handling stress and avoiding burnout…especially the tip about giving the body rest. I have been in vocational ministry over 45 years, and I’ve learned the truth of this maxim: “The body always collects its debts.” Insights and Bible truths that have encouraged and sustained me over the years are in a new book I wrote, Serve Strong: Biblical Encouragement To Sustain God’s Servants. I don’t offer quick-fix, superficial solutions to the warfare, fatigue, and discouragement that goes with ministry, but I do explain and illustrate how God’s Word teems with reassuring truths that instill resiliency. Thanks again, Rick. Terry Powell

  6. Thanks alot. We all ministers need that

  7. People who overcommit themselves to too many church activities instead of focusing on one or two activities for spiritual growth; do not confuse activities with spiritual growth. Regular rest and proper diet, and focus on spiritual growth will eliminate most of the problems.

  8. Thanks God for your reminded message,
    Thanks God you are always be my guides ,
    Thanks God you did not abandon me .
    Grace, mercy and peace from God the father and Christ Jesus our Load .

  9. Adrian Lumalang June 4, 2014 at 11:48 pm

    Thanks God For Your Message… God Is Good All The Time

  10. I thank God for this powerful reminder, the struggles are real, and shouldn’t be tossed to the side, but Philippians 4:13 makes all the difference, thank you, and God continue to Bless you, Ms. Nita

  11. Just what I needed. Thank you.

  12. I agree and disagree at the same time with the #1. The primary response of the majority of people suffering from depression is to sleep. A LOT. While it sounds like the premise placed here is that Elijah knew God wanted him to sleep. I believe Elijah wanted Elijah to sleep and God woke him up as an intervention into depression’s cycle. I don’t consider it a major issue, only a point. Either way, neither will turn doctrine on its ear. Kudos to the rest.

  13. Very nice word of revival

  14. Very timely.


  16. Powerful!