Posts Tagged anxiety

How to Say No to Worry

How to Say No to Worry

Have you been worried about anything lately? I have. We all struggle with worry and anxiety from time to time. The causes of worry vary—illness, financial struggles, relationship issues, decisions about the future, children/parents. The list goes on. So how are we to handle those times we are prone to worry? Paul gives us direction in Philippians 4:6–7. “Be anxious for nothing, but in everything by prayer and supplication with thanksgiving let your requests be

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My Anxious Thoughts …

I had trouble going to sleep last night because I couldn’t turn off my anxious thoughts. Thoughts like: How am I ever going to get this done in time? What am I going to do if this happens? I don’t know what to do in this situation. What if . . . ? You can probably add your own anxious thoughts to that list. This morning as I was journaling in my quiet time with the

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Anxiety and Fear

Fear is something we all face at some point in our lives. I experienced fear this week as I had to go to a doctor appointment I didn’t want to go to. But those fears were unrealized. What I had imagined might happen didn’t. Why did I waste my energy worrying about something that might never happen or wasn’t as bad as I had imagined it would be? I have learned that God will give

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A Remedy for Stress

I’m a little stressed today (Saturday, October 13). Why? I leave for India in five days and I am sick with a bad chest cough. India is a tough trip when you’re feeling well, but it’s hard to imagine starting off the trip feeling under the weather. I have a number of talks to prepare for and I haven’t had much time to work on them. My 96-year old mom had to make an emergency

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