Do you ever feel overly agitated and irritated, but don’t know why? Oftentimes, anger and frustration are masks for unresolved anxiety. We need to discover what is underneath our worry so God can bring us peace.
When we get caught up in the stress of life, we miss out on the peace and contentment God really wants to give us. We must decide to dig deep in our hearts to find the source of our anxiety and worry so that God can relieve and heal us.
Do you find yourself constantly distracted or overwhelmed? Use these scriptures on focus to help you identify and calm your reactionary anxiety.
And God’s peace [shall be yours, that tranquil state of a soul assured of its salvation through Christ, and so fearing nothing from God and being content with its earthly…
Ever asked yourself, “why am I always irritated?” These scriptures will help shed some light on the source of your high-strung personality.
These Bible studies will teach you about the transformative change that comes from a relationship with God, and how prayer gives us the ability to face any situation in life with faith.
With Thanksgiving around the corner, it can be easy to get caught up in the worry and anxiety that often surrounds the holidays. Listen to this podcast to learn how to let go of worry and rely on God.
These 15 Bible verses on overcoming anxiety with God will help you remain calm no matter what life throws at you.
Learning how to deal with frustration Biblically is key to taming the anxiety that often accompanies anger.
If you’ve ever wondered how to ask God for help with anxiety, you’re not alone. The Bible says that the soothing comfort of God’s presence can calm down the busiest mind.
These Bible stories about trusting God will inspire you to battle anxiety and negative thinking with faith.
This is a study on how to stay calm and be at peace even when life gets crazy. Whether school is stressing you out, you feel anxious about the future, or you have conflict in relationships with friends or family that you’re afraid to deal with, God wants to be a place of refuge even in the midst of chaos.