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The Healing of the Troubled Mind: David Wilkerson (Transcript)

Here is the transcript of David Wilkerson’s sermon titled “The Healing of the Troubled Mind.”

In this sermon, David Wilkerson, author of The Cross and the Switchblade, addresses the issue of troubled minds and points out that even Christians are plagued with worry and anxiety. He discusses the pressures of the times and how society’s emphasis on material success and possessions does not bring true peace of mind. Wilkerson highlights the need for a spiritual perspective and reliance on the Holy Spirit for true peace.

Listen to the audio version here:


The Healing of the Troubled Mind. If I’ve ever known that I had a message from the Lord, I know this morning simply because there are people here that walked in this morning with a troubled mind. You have been troubled for quite a while, and you’re sitting here with a troubled mind, and I hope that the Lord will give you the antidote this morning, the cure for the troubled mind.

Heavenly Father, I thank You for the Word of the Living God, everlasting, faithful, and true that sets men free from all bondage and sin. Lord, I pray that You come upon me now by Your Holy Spirit, and I pray that You would deliver the Word as You delivered it to me.

It can’t have any power, it cannot have any effect unless You, Holy Spirit, take it and make it so much a part of our own lives. Take it and open it. Minister to the hearts and the minds and the spirits of those who are listening to me this morning. I thank You for the blood of Christ. Thank You for the cleansing power of Your blood.

I thank You for the anointing of the Holy Spirit. Quicken my body and quicken my mind to speak this directly into the hearts of those gathered, I pray in Jesus’ name. Amen.

A troubled mind, that’s the mind that’s worried, it has no peace, it has no calm, it has no rest, disturbed, fretting about the future, worried about the past. It’s a troubled mind. And folks, the world today is a troubled world.

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