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Oppression, Depression And Suicide: A…

Oppression, Depression And Suicide: A Spiritual Look At How They Work In…

by Nellie Lookper

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The author gives scriptural based reasons why people suffer from oppression and depression, which may eventually lead to suicide -- physically or spiritually. Spiritual suicide is an eternal death. It kills the spirit of people and causes them to want to physically die. People who are suffering oppression and depression must honestly look on the inside and, through the love of God, find themselves. Life is a journey! Live it in God. The author shows you how to open yourself up to the Holy Spirit and let Him minister to your whole person: spirit, soul and body. This book is for anyone that needs more understanding of why they or someone they know who might be experiencing oppression, depression and thoughts of suicide.

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