There is a plague in our midst that costs the global economy billions of dollars every year, and claims victims from the poorest to the richest among us. This modern epidemic is eroding health, wealth and happiness of young and old alike. This plague is not caused by a virus, yet it has spread like the most virulent of contagions. When one suffers from depression, all seems hopeless with seemingly no escape from distress. In this condition it is difficult to be grateful for anything and yet finding ways to show gratitude is one of the most effective natural ways to combat depression.
The term Armageddon has become synonymous with global catastrophe and the end of the age. While the Bible does describe a time of great trouble coming on earth, it also establishes hope for a brighter future ahead. Jesus Christ will save mankind from himself, discover the extraordinary future to come after Armageddon.