ARE YOU Anxious?
WORK IT OUT
The number one command in the Bible is “fear not.” In some ways we all struggle with times of anxiety and doubt—but if your desire for security or being liked by others is high, you likely struggle with this as a predominant heart attitude. No one wants to admit they are a people pleaser or feel deeply insecure, but choosing to trust God and repenting of looking for security in the wrong places are signs you are on the path to redemption.
This worksheet will walk you through specific passages from God’s word to help you identify the idols in your life and point you toward repentance and putting on a heart of faith.
Use the password “transformed” to open the worksheet.
"In God I trust; I will not be afraid. What can mortal man do to me?" So sings the Psalmist. But quote that to a crime victim or a junior high student and they'll tell you fear of "mortal men" can prove a formidable obstacle! Here, Ed Welch offers biblical insight and solutions for a pervasive weakness in today's church.
Dr. Charles Swindoll, Chancellor, Dallas Seminary; Senior Pastor, Stonebriar Community Church, Frisco, TX, encourages us to trust the Lord and lean not on our own understanding.
In our fear and anxiety, the call is to cry out to him, to trust him and run to promise of redemption found in the life, death and resurrection of Jesus.