Resources About Anxiety and Fear
Even when God’s people are in the hands of wicked men, we are still in hands of God.
Living with Anxiety and Winning Someone has said that people live their lives “crucified between two thieves—the regrets of yesterday and the anxieties of tomorrow.” The word worry means ‘to be torn in two.’ And that is exactly what anxiety does—it tears us apart. Our bodies might obediently go in one direction, but our minds are somewhere else. The result is that we live with tension; we cannot sleep and we cannot enjoy the present moment. Worry causes us to work against ourselves and hinders our fellowship with God. Don’t you wish that you could worry say, from … Read More >
You can’t let your heart be troubled without your permission. Keep a heavenly heart in order to turn off anxiety.
Ask Pastor Lutzer
I’m overwhelmed with fearful thoughts.
I know God is my only hope, but I can’t get free from chains of …
Nancy, you’re doing the right thing by continuing to hope in God.
And the fact that you recognize your stumbling …
If the fear of failure afflicts you, you will experience it as persistent, painful, and paralyzing. And you will know firsthand that fear of failure erodes faith, deflates courage, and … See More >
As the COVID-19 crisis hits the US, Pastor Lutzer gives us some misconceptions about the crisis and three lessons we can learn from Jehoshaphat. So, what are we to do when we don’t know what to do? Keep our eyes on God.
This is a time for realism, reflection, and remembering. No doubt the coronavirus will continue to spread and the number of those infected will increase before it decreases. Meanwhile we can expect the stock market to remain volatile and many will panic as we navigate this medical, cultural, and economic storm. We all know about computer viruses and some of us have written blogs that we hoped would “go viral.” But who would have thought that we would be humbled and stupefied in the presence of an international virus that does not affect our computers, but far worse, attacks … Read More >
Often, in the midst of the will of God, at the very moment that we’re in obedience to Christ, the greatest storms of life encompass us.
During His last night on Earth, when betrayal, denial, and crucifixion were looming over Him, Jesus said, “My peace I give you.”
Ask Pastor Lutzer
If God planned it all, why should we worry?
That’s an excellent question and we’ve all been troubled by that, haven’t we? If it’s all on God’s shoulders, why …