Struggling with anxiety?? Over stressed??

Are you struggling with anxiety?

Did you know that we don’t have to have anxiety in our lives!

That’s right – we can overcome even the slightest trace of anxiousness if we give everything over to God .

Ho Hum here we go again – I’ve heard all of that before – it doesn’t work I can hear you say.

Well, I must admit I have been a Christian a long time and it has just been recently that I have learnt that there is really no place in the Christian life for anxiety.

That’s right – no place at all – in fact if we let ourselves become a slave to anxiety we are virtually saying to God that we don’t trust you enough to believe what you say in your Word and we want to live without you.

Yes, anxiety is a sin. – pretty horrible sin  at that – anxiousness can lead to all sorts of problems in our lives. Physical problems – Like not sleeping, depression, eating disorders, stomach and liver problems, tobacco and alcohol abuse in fact all sorts of stress related issues – stemming straight from an anxious and worrying lifestyle.

This is a great article on stress and anxiety written by Bruce over at My tribute. Bruce talks about how stress and anxiety really have no place in our lives as Believers, and how to overcome this problem…Jesus.

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  1. Hey you! Great article! I just watched a Sid Roth video last night on this exact subject…. I’ll post it, and then if you don’t prefer that, please feel free to delet this. It is just perfect with this!

  2. Anxiety / worry – definitely a sin. Why? Because they call God a liar.

    Donald Grey Barnhouse said: Anxiety is caressing the old nature.

    • Amen my meeting cloud sista! LOL You rock! And another amen! You are so right!

    • True, and a very hard one to break!

    • @meetingintheclouds. what you said is not okay. it’s condemning. no one is perfect and many many Christians struggle with it. when someone struggling with anxiety sees this they will feel condemned rather than lifted up. Christians should be encouraging each other. remember it is God’s loving kindness that leads to repentance. you are not displaying that with the comment you have just made. there is now no condemnation for those in Christ Jesus. im sure you have good intentions but be careful what you say.

      • I can understand what you are saying. “meetingintheclouds” was not trying to condemn anyone, but simply stating it the way it is. The Word tells us not to worry repeatedly…when we do we are not wholly trusting God.

        I myself have this struggle, but I did not take “meetingintherclouds” comment that way.

        Be blessed

Luke 21:36 "Watch therefore, and pray always that you may be counted worthy to escape all these things that will come to pass, and to stand before the Son of Man."

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