Greetings, beloved. I am Dr. Mark Chironna and this is God Today. Both Jesus and Paul say the identical words. One in the Sermon on the Mount, one in the book of Philippians. “Be not anxious.” Now, both of them go into a little bit of detail about the nature of anxiety.
Anxiety is a part of the human condition. And if you have lived any length of time, you know what it is to be anxious. But, there are certain seasons of life, and I have been there, where you endure a protracted season of uncertainty that can lead to anxiety and feeling that you want to jump out of your skin. Paul says, “Be anxious for nothing.” That is not always easy when you are battling intense anxiety. But he goes on to say, “But in all things through prayer, “ which means you bring it to speech, “and supplication, “ that means you have to own those deeply disturbing, uncalming emotions and attitudes, That takes time. In other words, you have to bring all that to speech. Prayer brings everything to speech. Don’t hide it, don’t run from it. Don’t try to resist the anxiety. ... Start a free trial to watch the video and read the rest of the transcript! Join GodToday
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