Anxiety is a fact of life in this world — even back in Jesus’s day! But we don’t have to stay in a state of constant anxiety. Here is some help from Crosswalk.com………..
With a new school year beginning, here is a timely article to help parents cope with all of the changes that inevitably occur with their kids. From Crosswalk.com………..
An exhortation is a call to some sort of action or mindset, and the Bible has a number of exhortations we should take note of. From Crosswalk.com……..
“We do not know what to do, but our eyes are upon You.” From Stray Thoughts………………………
I am an anxious person. But the Bible tells me that I don’t have to be defeated in my anxiety. This article takes an out-of-the-ordinary approach to working through anxiety. From PierceTaylorHibbs.com blog……………..
In our heads, we know He is supposed to, but in our hearts, we might lay awake at night and tremble in fear. This article reminds us not to be afraid that God will forsake us in our times of need. Here is a takeaway for me: “We tend to live by faith in visible things. Like with our idols (money, skills, other people, etc.) we want to trust in a salvation we can see. However, the promise that God is always watching over us is invisible. I cannot see the Lord’s protection and help, but that does not mean that it is not there.” From One Degree to Another………………..
How can we find peace when our minds and our bodies are racked with anxiety and worry? With Christ, there is a way! Here is a takeaway for me: “Peace comes amidst overwhelming anxiety when we take our eyes off the earthly circumstances and put them on the eternal things.” From Pastor Kelly………….
I am a worrier by nature, and often fall into the “what if” line of thinking. But as a believer, I can replace that thinking with “but even if….” From Core Christianity……………………..
Here is the main takeaway for me from this article: “God is using (and will use) your anxiety disorder to teach you amazing things about your own weakness, your quivering need for him at every moment, and the powerful life that you can receive when you’re bowed in submission to him. Your anxiety disorder, in other words, serves a critical spiritual purpose.” From Pierce Taylor Hibbs……………….
This article is beautifully written and serves as a great reminder to all believers that God is still on His throne. Don’t let the world drag you down!! From Intentional Faith………….
This past year has, not surprisingly, contributed to a spike in anxiety. You already know why—a global pandemic, sheltering in place, online schooling, unstable job markets, the inability to go to church or meet with friends, racial injustice and tensions, politics, and social media. By now, you’ve heard thousands of stories on those themes. But […]This Anxious Age — Intentional Faith