E-Mail '21 Uplifting Quotes for Times of Despair' To A Friend

by Pamela Rose Williams · Print Print · Email Email

Email a copy of '21 Uplifting Quotes for Times of Despair' to a friend

* Required Field

Separate multiple entries with a comma. Maximum 5 entries.

Separate multiple entries with a comma. Maximum 5 entries.

E-Mail Image Verification

Loading ... Loading ...

Share this post:  |  |  |  | Twitter
Jack September 27, 2011 at 6:51 pm

Truly Pam, this is so timely in our world today and so uplifting for sure. I have to admit that I have times where I suffer from depression and even great preachers like Charles Spurgeon did so I really believe this will help a lot of people my friend. You are so gifted and I thank God for you and for this website which I believe is shining the light of Christ into areas to great darkness.

Darla February 28, 2012 at 10:11 am

I love this site and so thankful I ran across it. My family has been under attack for awhile. My sister has lost 3 kids in 4 years to tragedies. My mother heart surgery and complications resulting in passing for 3 minutes effecting her in numerous ways. My dad a stroke paralyzed on one side. My brother diagnosed with colon and liver cancer. I am the only one in my immediate family “Not” on disability. Despair and depression has overwhelmed me and my family but this site has given me a place to go and read and grab ahold of my faith. Thank you for such a wonderful site and your precious words of truth and encouragement. Trying to lift my sister up with the loss 3 kids, ages 23, 23 and 30 is the hardest of all. You run out of words and feel so helpless. This site gives me scripture to give her some kind of peace. My hope is in Christ Jesus and the only hope I have.
Bless all that give of themself to make this site available.

Pam February 28, 2012 at 8:07 pm

Oh Darla, my heart is breaking for all of the loss in your family. I only know that God sometimes takes us down into the valley before we can reach the mountaintop. It is essential that you think on the right things Darla. I encourage you to commit Phil 4:8 to memory and then when you find yourself in despair, recall these things to your mind and God promises you peace. I will hold you up in prayer Darla and can only imagine the pain that you must be in. I pray God shows you His love through His Word.

I am so glad you stopped by and found some helpful verses. Have you seen our collection of Bible topics : http://www.whatchristianswanttoknow.com/bible-verses-by-topic-inspirational-scriptures-by-subject/ maybe there is something else that will catch your eye. Meditate on God’s Word Darla and remember, that comes with a promise of peace.

Patricia Schneider January 3, 2013 at 9:30 pm

Hello, Pamela! Only read B and D of previous article. As I have bi-polar illness, depressions hit me often. I truly appreciated reading 2 Corinthians 4:7-10. Must remind myself to re-read this and some of others in God’s Word. During depression, I find it most difficult to read the holy Bible, let alone, pray. Except to pray, Jesus, PLEASE, lift this depression!
Another thing about your article, Jesus always leads us to peace. When depression lifts, not only do I have peace, but a better understanding of God’s Will for me. Each time after depression, I grow more in comprehending and BELIEVING that God truly loves us. He DID give us His Son, Jesus, to suffer and die for our sins so that we may have eternal life with Him.
Please tell Darla above that she and her family will be among my prayers. She sounds like a remarkable Christian! Patty

lebo January 9, 2013 at 4:08 pm

uplifting qoutes

CEDRIC STEPHANE March 25, 2013 at 2:36 pm

There’s no limit to how much you can achieve in life! You’ve been called to a life of unending success, triumph and prosperity. You have the supernatural ability to do exploits because you’re filled with the Holy Spirit. Say Amen!!!

andrew April 3, 2013 at 4:40 am

Those were very uplifting quotes. I just gave my heart to jesus recently. Reading those scriptures confirmed i made the right choice.

Karen May 13, 2013 at 4:17 am


Thoughts that have helped me during those periods of despair…” ALL things work for good for those that love & serve the Lord…”J29
‘All things’….every dark valley will eventually be made to cause the light to shine in his faithful.
‘When you get to the end of all the light that you know, and you are staring into the abyss of darkness, faith in a loving creator is knowing that one of two things will happen, God will either place a step in front of you or give you wings’
There are times that deep despair requires rest, solitude and sleep, in those times understand grief is like a Tsunami and in order to survive those big waves it is necessary to dive down very deep under them ….go deep…” Be still, and know I am God”….if a person resists the feelings of pain they persist and it is like being caught in the top of the wave tumbled along in their power, receiving the most damage, but if your anchor to hold you under and deep is your faith in his awesome love, the worst of it goes by and you can survive, but you need to be still and have faith in this….and sometimes when a persons faith is drying up, if you can spark another’s faith by an act of charity, love, yours will grow brighter, as we are all connected, one in the body of Christ, ….
And my favorite poem…
” In the presence of hope, faith is born.
In the presence of faith, love becomes a possibility,
In the presence of love, miracles happen”….
Kindel any embers of hope as in there lies the seeds of miracles….God is love….it starts with hope… confess your trespasses to him, with feeling, ask for forgiveness as it keeps the lines of communication open between you and your maker clearer…
“The knowledge of God is written intuitively in the heart’s of man”….listen to your heart, powerful healer within.

Godbless you,

moses Adengo September 10, 2015 at 12:25 am

Dear Pamela
All has been said, but what i can say is that these quotes are marvelous and uplifting, i will not stop reading, meditating and sharing them. May Jehovah bless you.

lisa bukovinszky January 19, 2016 at 1:25 pm

can anyone help, i am looking for an article i read 30 years ago the gist is this, when you are born you don’t want to leave the womb but you do and life is so much better and how each stage of your life you are afraid but then you wouldn’t want to go back to previous stages of your life so why would death be different? i know a family that could really get use out of this article
any help appreciated

Colleen August 17, 2016 at 7:52 pm

Thank you, Pam, for this website! Many encouraging Biblical quotes.

Previous post:

Next post: