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¿Puede ayudarnos la Biblia a luchar contra la depresión?

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La respuesta que da la Biblia

Claro que sí. De hecho, la mejor ayuda proviene de “Dios, que da aliento a los deprimidos” (2 Corintios 7:6, Nueva Biblia Española).

¿Qué clase de ayuda ofrece Dios a los deprimidos?

  • Fortaleza. ¿De qué manera “da aliento” Dios a los deprimidos? Tal vez no elimine todos sus problemas, pero les da las fuerzas que necesitan para seguir adelante (Filipenses 4:13). Usted puede tener la certeza de que él escucha sus oraciones, pues la Biblia asegura: “Jehová está cerca de los que están quebrantados de corazón; y salva a los que están aplastados en espíritu” (Salmo 34:18). Lo que es más, Dios puede escuchar sus ruegos por ayuda aun cuando usted ni siquiera sea capaz de expresar sus sentimientos con palabras (Romanos 8:26, 27).

  • Ejemplos bíblicos animadores. El escritor de uno de los salmos le expresó su angustia a Dios con estas palabras: “Desde lo profundo de mi desesperación [...] clamo por tu ayuda”. ¿Qué lo ayudó a combatir su depresión? Recordar que Dios no desea que vivamos atormentados por sentimientos de culpa. “Si llevaras un registro de nuestros pecados —reconoció el salmista—, ¿quién, oh Señor, podría sobrevivir? Pero tú ofreces perdón, para que aprendamos a temerte.” (Salmo 130:1, 3, 4, Nueva Traducción Viviente.)

  • Esperanza. Además de darnos consuelo hoy, Dios promete poner fin a todas las causas del sufrimiento y la depresión. Cuando cumpla dicha promesa, “las cosas anteriores [como el dolor de la depresión] no serán recordadas, ni subirán al corazón” (Isaías 65:17).

Nota: Los testigos de Jehová confiamos en la ayuda que Dios brinda, pero también buscamos atención médica cuando sufrimos de enfermedades como la depresión (Marcos 2:17). Con todo, no promovemos ningún tratamiento en particular, pues cada quien debe tomar sus propias decisiones en materia de salud.

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