Anxiety Disappears With Gods Help!
How To Overcome Anxiety By Tony Evans
Anxiety Can Be Cast On To The Lord!
Anxiety Will Steal Your Joy And Peace!
It is true that worry, fear, and anxiety not only have the power to weigh us down and depress us, but it also chokes out the Word of God, which has been put in our heart.
Another thing is that worry is a bad habit. The more you do it, the more you become addicted to it.
People try to comfort themselves with worry, and yet it has the exact opposite effect.
God also puts others in our lives to help us with our burdens and we ought to do the same for others.
It is always that we need to cast our cares on to the Lord, especially, when we are extremely burdened that we need to cast all our cares on Him and experience God’s love for us and the words of hope we find in the Bible. Psalm 9:18 Know that you can pray to God at any time of the day or night. ~ Bill Greguska
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- Can worrying help anything?
- Does the Bible say anything specific about worry?
- How can a Christian overcome social anxiety?
- Should a Christian take anti-depressants or other mental health medicines?
- What does the Bible say about anxiety?
How To Deal With Anxiety?
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When Does Anxiety Start To Build Up In You?
- Breathing can be done merely by slowly breathing in through your nose for a count of 7 seconds.
- Hold your breath for a count of 7 seconds.
- Slowly exhaling with your tight lips to allow the air to leave slowly between your lips.
Another thing to do to avoid anxiety to get the best of you is to avoid situations in the first place that increase your anxiety if possible. Why worry and fill yourself up with stress? It just makes things worse!
When we start noticing that we are suffering too much or feeling stressed out too often, those are the times we need God the most. Have you ever hear it said that anxiety and worry are both involved in a lack of faith!
Often people get medication to help with anxiety, but the medication it is the only fight against worry without prayer and, exercise, proper diet, proper sleep, and social connection, the “remedy” can be more of a problem than a solution. It might sound like a cliche, but faith and trust in God will help your problem with anxiety.
Some Excellent Principles To Help Re-Focus!
- God knows what you are going through and has not forgotten about you.
- Limit the amount of anxiety you will allow the situation to give you.
- Work on having a positive outlook on every situation you come across.
- Guard your mind by filtering what you hear and see. Proverbs 4:23-29
- Be at peace with all people as far as it depends on you.
- Think of things to be thankful for in life.
- Accept the things you have no control or power over.
- Do not worry, remember that God loves you.
- Think before you decide to do something, even if everyone else is going to do it.
- Learn from your mistakes.
- Matthew 6:34 Instead of worrying which only makes things worse, think about solutions and ask God to give you the wisdom that you need. Don’t worry because God is in control.
- Don’t let people or things get under your skin. 1 Peter 5:7 Cast all your anxiety on him because he cares for you.
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Our heavenly Father understands our disappointment, suffering, pain, fear, and doubt. He is always there to encourage our hearts and help us understand that He’s sufficient for all of our needs. When I accepted this as absolute truth in my life, I found that my worrying stopped. ~ Charles Stanley