Depression strikes both women, like Hannah, who was barren, and men, like Jeremiah, the "weeping prophet." Understandably, depression can come after a defeat: Oddly, an emotional letdown can also come after a great victory.
Elijah the prophet defeated the false prophets of Baal on Mount Carmel in a stunning display of God's power (1 Kings ).
Peter had denied Jesus three times while he was on trial (Matthew , Matthew - 75).
Jesus seems to be reminding Peter of his three denials with his three-time questioning of him in John 21.
He argued that the biblical leadership of a husband does not require him to be the primary breadwinner, but rather the ship's captain of the home.
"If your wife has a higher capacity, you have to act like the leader of a team, even though one of your teammates has an advantage," Jackson said.
Also, note that original sin is a condition, not something that people do.
It’s the normal spiritual and psychological condition of human beings, not their bad thoughts and actions.But instead of being encouraged, Elijah, fearing Jezebel's revenge, was weary and afraid: He (Elijah) came to a broom bush, sat down under it and prayed that he might die. "Take my life; I am no better than my ancestors." Then he lay down under the bush and fell asleep.(1 Kings 19:4-5, NIV)Even Jesus Christ, who was like us in all things but sin, may have suffered depression.More than half of Christian singles say it does not matter who the primary breadwinner in the household is, but a large minority still believe the man should be the economic provider.A Bible scholar and a bishop disagreed on whether or not the husband should provide for the household, but both used Scripture to argue for male leadership."The American man is struggling – I think we will have a monument for the modern 21 Century man, and he will be on a couch, etched in stone, playing an X-Box," said Owen Strachan, vice president of The Council on Biblical Manhood and Womanhood and assistant professor of Christian Theology and Church History at Kentucky's Boyce College.You will, however, find many Bible people showing the symptoms of this disease: Hagar, Moses, Naomi, Hannah, Saul, David, Solomon, Elijah, Nehemiah, Job, Jeremiah, John the Baptist, Judas Iscariot, and Paul.