I’ve been enjoying my series on anxiety and what the Bible has to say about it.
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Last time, we began to go over how anxiety can cripple a person by affecting their mind, strength, heart, and soul. Anxiety can rule over a person’s life. This week, I would like to cover whether or not all anxiety is sinful, and how the end goal of anxiety is death. But before we talk about that, we need to continue how anxiety can cripple us.
Scripture farther explains in(ESV) Proverbs 17:22, “A joyful heart is good medicine, but a crushed spirit dries up the bones.”
The word “crushed” in this verse means “broken” in Hebrew. This is where the next part of our study happens.
We need to understand that anything in this world not of God has the end goal of seeking death. Anxiety is not of the Lord. Anything that is of God is good, leads us to Him, and points us to life.Anything of…
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Growing up as a teen, adults did not provide me with the answers I wanted. I thought I was spiritually mature. Decades later, I saw the importance of understanding and being able to identify deception, false teachers/prophets. I realized my own ignorance about the Bible and the need to study all portions. I came out of the false doctrine of the Seeker-Driven movement, as well as the Holiness doctrine suffering under the legalism of sinless perfection.
My goal is to help readers grow in the word of God. To trust His word. To tear apart deceptions, and to encourage Christian Apologetics.
My second blog is Peeking Beneath, little more personal, which occasionally is updated. Aside from blogging, I am a wife. I am working on a Christian Fantasy series. I enjoy painting, gardening, cooking, reading, and learning from godly men and women.
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