Resources About Worry
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 >
These messages speak directly to the hurts and needs of those whose souls have been defiled, either because of personal choices or because of the misdeeds of others. Here is … See More >
Jesus provides representation, direction, and strength to His people from heaven.
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After Jesus rose again, He did not stay on the earth for long. He left to His royal seat in heaven, having accomplished His task on earth. His … See More >
When we make bad decisions, we often sacrifice the permanent on the altar of the immediate.
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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 …
Our destiny does not rest in the hands of Satan. We rest in the hands of God.
Nothing we have is ours, and when we recognize God’s ownership of the universe, we are set free from anxiety.
“Why art thou cast down, O my soul? and why art thou disquieted within me?” This question was asked by a believer, not an unbeliever; in fact, it is found in the book of Psalms. In Psalms 42 and 43, you will find the writer asking three times, “Why art thou cast down, O my soul, and why art thou disquieted within me?” You see, he was going through that terrible experience of depression. His world had fallen apart, and he was wondering where God was. He was wondering if he would ever get out of the dark … Read More >