Doctor for Mental Illness

My mind is a battlefield between angel and evil, between hope and despair. I watched a movie "A Beautiful Mind" featuring a mathematician Dr. John Nash. Although he had great achievements in the field of mathematics and economics so that he won a Novel prize in economics, he had suffered from schizophrenia. He had been under the false illusion that some virtual persons shadowed him to tease him. It is really ironic that an intelligent figure who won a Novel prize had to suffer from absurd and preposterous thoughts.
As I reflect myself, I realize that I do the exactly same things as Nash had done. Satan is not truth, but I am so excessively compliant to him that I easily used to trust his whispers every day and every time. In the view of God, I might be a patient who suffer from schizophrenia and lives in a world of illusion. God is the only doctor who can treat my illness. As anyone who has pains in stomach should not go to an obstetrician, anyone who has pains in his mind should go to Jesus Christ as He promised that he will definitely cure our mind.
The poor and needy search for water,
but there is none;
their tongues are parched with thirst.
But I the Lord will answer them;
I, the God of Israel, will not forsake them.
I will make rivers flow on barren heights,
and springs within the valleys.
I will turn the desert into pools of water,
and the parched ground into springs.
- Isaiah 41:17-18 (NIV)
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