Question: “What does the Bible say about stress?” Answer: The dictionary defines stress as “physical, mental, or emotional strain or tension.” Some stress is necessary and even good—such as the physical strain we put on our muscles in order to make them stronger. But when we talk about “stress,” we are usually referring to excessive or negative mental … More What does the Bible say about stress?
AMP and RVR 1960 In Matthew 6:25–34, we find the portion of the Sermon on them Mount, where Jesus deals with Anxiety. Basically His advise if you will is what good is there in worrying? In other words how does it benefit you? In v.25 He asks is life not more than the temporal (food, clothing and … More Devotional Thought for Today – 10/15/2020
The following 14 Part series by John MacArthur and staff at GTY explores the biblical answers to Anxiety, Doubt and Worry. Along with God’s Sovereignty and the Believer’s response. Unshakable Peace Believers often find themselves living in contradiction to the world, and we should. The runaway anxiety and constant fear that grips … More Attacking Anxiety
It should be clear by now that unchecked anxiety isn’t good for you. It’s a sin expressly forbidden by the Lord, so there is the spiritual cost to consider. But it’s also harmful to your health, your productivity, and your relationships. It wreaks havoc throughout your life, and as we saw yesterday, it strangles your … More John MacArthur on Anxiety and God’s Sovereignty
October 24 http://www.crosswalk.com/devotionals It is vain for you to rise up early, to sit up late, to eat the bread of sorrows: for so he giveth his beloved sleep. – Psalm 127:2 Rodney couldn’t sleep. He tossed and turned, thinking of the bills yet to pay, the braces needed for the children’s teeth, the pressures … More Vain Worry