Anxiety – Mental Health/Bible 4
Jesus had a lot to say about anxiety. It’s not good for our faith to be anxious. Learn more about how to reduce anxiety and have more faith in this, our 4th episode in the series Mental Health and the Bible.
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Today we’re talking about Anxiety. It’s the fourth part of our Mental Health and the Bible series. Let’s start by reading in the Bible about anxiety. Let’s look at Psalms 139, verse 23 – David said:
Psalms 139:23 – Search me, O God, and know my heart! Try me and know my thoughts! And see if there is any grievous way in me, and lead me in the way everlasting!
The word thoughts there means cares, or anxious thoughts. And David equates that with sins. Let’s note though that anxiety and sin are not the same thing. It’s just that anxiety can sometimes cause people to sin.
For Further Consideration
To learn more about faith and it’s affect on anxiety, check out our presentation, Faith, part of the series True Spirituality.
If you suspect, or someone you know, has excessive anxiety, follow this link to learn how to tell.