Tag Archives: anxiety

Casting My Cares on Jesus? Why Worry Still Overtakes Me

My psychology teacher at community college said that dreams are the mind’s way of dealing with things you didn’t finish thinking about when you were awake. I thought of his teaching on dreams when I read this: A dream comes … Continue reading

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How I Spent Black Friday: a cautionary tale on apprehension

[From the archives.] Black Friday holds no attraction for me, no allure, no batting eyelashes drawing me to the stores. What most malls look like on this day Black Friday – NBC News I went to the mall on Black … Continue reading

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Mega-Pastor Puts Down Person with Disabilities

John MacArthur, in his sermon The Eyewitness Account of Creation, preaches on Genesis 1 and 2. He takes the position that these chapters record a literal and historical account of creation and that all history and science stems from the … Continue reading

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Singing the Blues for Lent

[Updated from the archives for today, the first day of Lent 2017.] In the Lenten season of 2013 Keri Wyatt Kent blogged through her book Deeply Loved – 40 ways in 40 days to experience the heart of Jesus. I … Continue reading

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Black Friday, Anxiety, and Me

[From the archives.] Black Friday – NBC News Black Friday holds no attraction for me, no allure, no batting eyelashes drawing me to the stores. I went to the mall on Black Friday. A Question Never Before Posed to Me … Continue reading

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Hurry and Worry – Keri Wyatt Kent on the presence of God

[I am extremely pleased to have Keri Wyatt Kent guest posting here today, bringing us this essay on worry and slowing down and relying on God. For those who have been following my updates on my Dad’s recovery, you know … Continue reading

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Black Friday and Me – a tale of survival

[From the archives.] *** Black Friday holds no attraction for me, no allure, no batting eyelashes drawing me to the stores. And yet I went to the mall on Black Friday. A Question Never Before Posed to Me Late Thanksgiving … Continue reading

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Black Friday Anxiety and Me

[Updated from the archives.] *** Black Friday holds no attraction for me, no allure, no batting eyelashes drawing me to the stores. I went to the mall on Black Friday. A Question Never Before Posed to Me Late Thanksgiving night … Continue reading

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Fear Not! Are Gabriel’s Words Still Valid for Us Today?

[I am honored to bring you a Christmas guest post from Dorothy Greco,  a writer I have been getting to know through her various posts here and there over the past year. Good writing always.] *** Americans generally don’t associate … Continue reading

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