Men You Have Help
 
Tribulation does not carry all power, all power is in the name of Jesus Christ.  You can use the name of Jesus and speak to the “mountain” of your problems, situations, thoughts and they will move. Men you can “speak things” into existence according to the scripture.

 

IF YE ABIDE IN ME, AND MY WORDS ABIDE IN YOU, YE SHALL ASK WHAT YE WILL, AND IT SHALL BE DONE UNTO YOU. ST JOHN 15:6

 

IF YE SHALL ASK ANYTHING IN MY NAME, I WILL DO IT.

ST JOHN 14:14

 

   The scripture says that if we “abide in him” we can ask what we will and it would be done for us. That is good news, but we must remember, God will answer our prayer only when he feels the time is ready. In other words, He will answer your prayer in his own time. We can not take the Word of God and try to boss God around with it. We must use humility with the Word of God, and to remain mindful of the fact that he knows best.

 

   Our job is to speak to our “mountain” not to figure out how long it will take before we see results. The scripture does not tell us how many times we will have to speak to the “mountain” before it moves. We are just told to speak to it. In other words, I do not know how many times you will have to speak to your mountain of financial problems, trouble or sickness before you see results, but you must speak to it until it moves. Whatever your mountain is, you speak to it based on Gods ability not on what you see. Apostle Robert L Howard/IGBATTMHO

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Men and Mental Health

Overview

Many mental illnesses affect both men and women however men may be less likely to talk about their feelings and seek help. Recognizing the signs that someone may have a mood or mental disorder is the first step toward getting treatment and living a better life.

Warning Signs

Men and women experience many of the same mental disorders but their willingness to talk about their feelings may be very different. This is one of the reasons that their symptoms may be very different as well. For example, some men with depression or an anxiety disorder hide their emotions and may appear to be angry or aggressive while many women will express sadness. Some men may turn to drugs or alcohol to try to cope with their emotional issues. Sometimes mental health symptoms appear to be physical issues. For example, a racing heart, tightening chest, ongoing headaches, and digestive issues can be a sign of an emotional problem.

Warning signs include

  • Anger, irritability or aggressiveness
  • Noticeable changes in mood, energy level, or appetite
  • Difficulty sleeping or sleeping too much
  • Difficulty concentrating, feeling restless, or on edge
  • Increased worry or feeling stressed
  • A need for alcohol or drugs
  • Sadness or hopelessness
  • Suicidal thoughts
  • Feeling flat or having trouble feeling positive emotions
  • Engaging in high-risk activities
  • Ongoing headaches, digestive issues, or pain
  • Obsessive thinking or compulsive behavior
  • Thoughts or behaviors that interfere with work, family, or social life
  • Unusual thinking or behaviors that concern other people
 
https://www.nimh.nih.gov/health/topics/men-and-mental-health/index.shtml
 
 
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