Join the War

Prayer for Today:

For All Those Who Battle With Mental Illness 


“God of Peace, give us the courage, patience, and love to walk beside our brothers and sisters who struggle with mental illness.  Comfort the afflicted, and embolden us to preach the truth about this often confusing illness.  Amen.”


I’ve been aware the last few months, that I’ve been needed, to be just one of the many voices for Christians who have a serious mental illness. 

My weapons/tools are the Word of God, his presence and our testimonies.  And of course prayer. There are so many in our Churches, and even more who are outside the Church with needs that are being passed by.  We are obligated to serve these for whom Christ died.  They need to be reconciled to their Savior.  We are the only ones who carry this ‘message of reconciliation. Ask the Lord to use you in this capacity.  To be his hands and feet.  To direct you to those he wants to touch. 

My own heart had to be softened, and my mind required an oil change.  It is not an easy thing, to work this out.  My casual Christian life demands a complete overhaul.  I know this for certain, I still need adjustments. 

Please, do pray for me on this particular issue.  I only want to please Him.  I’m very convinced that the shepherding that Jesus brings will bring a wholeness to the lives of those who know emptiness and depression far too intimately.



Published by Pastor Bryan Lowe

A repentant rascal with definite issues, but who is seeking to be authentic in his faith to Jesus Christ. An avid reader and a hopeful writer. Husband and father. A pastor and Bible teacher. A brain tumor survivor. Diagnosed with clinical depression, and now disabled. Enjoys life, such as it is, in Alask.a (Actually I have it pretty good.)

3 replies on “Join the War”

  1. Your right, and my heart needs to be softened more too towards my fellow mental illness sufferers. Please pray for a friend of mine who has Bipolar and drug problems, who is no longer walking with God. He was doing well for awhile, and was off drugs, but in the past couple of weeks, it seems to have all fallen apart. I and other friends are trying to get through to him, but he’s not listening. We’re praying for him too, it seems like only God will be able to reach him, or reach him through one of us who actually gets through. Thanks, whoever prays, and thanks for this post Bryan.


  2. God bless you and your ministry and lead us along side you, to pray and be His hands and feet to those hurting and broken. At the Jesus fix it shop with you daily . . .


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