Guest Post: Praying Against Panic And Anxiety

This is an excellent post showing how prayer and bible meditation can help overcome worry and anxiety.
Jesus told us not to worry – all the worry in the world changes nothing.
Ryan reminds us that God is the source of our strength in troubled times.

Visit Ryan’s site for more on coping with anxiety, panic and many other disorders.

Big Circumstance

In a world where stress is endemic and various therapies have arisen to help people combat it, do you ever wonder how a professional from that field views the place of Christian faith in dealing with anxiety? Ryan Rivera from the Calm Clinic offered to write for this blog with his perspective. I’d be delighted to know what you think of his piece, which follows:

 

Certain situations and daily life in general can make people constantly anxious about the way their life can play out. You might find yourself in a moment where a sudden rush of negative and bothersome thoughts floods your mind, leaving you worried and shaken. Sometimes, this kind of thinking can cause you to turn away from good and wallow in all your woes. What you might not know is turning to God for anxiety help can uplift you and allow you to power through…

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About Sandra Delemare

follower of Jesus, retired mental health nurse, writer. Interests: crochet, photography, wildlife I blog on biblical meditation, mental health and crochet. I'm also posting a series on my life story so people know where I'm coming from.
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2 Responses to Guest Post: Praying Against Panic And Anxiety

  1. I think his post was right on…and two of the scripture verses he used are two of my favourite ones. Some Christians believe that if you worry you aren’t trusting God and while it might be true in fact…it is also true that whether we call it ‘concern’ or ‘worry’ …we as humans whether Christians or not do fall prey to it… But this post is a great reminder with what to do about it…Diane

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