Know My Anxious Thoughts

Written by: Steve Dalton and Ricky Spears       Recorded by: Ricky Spears

Know My Anxious Thoughts

With good reason, we live in a very stressful time. Many of us feel guilty because we struggle with these thoughts. As I meditated on scriptures that dealt with anxiety and worry I realized a few very important truths. First, being anxious is not a sin. Second, worry and anxiety can be a symptom of sin. Finally, anxious thoughts sometimes lead us to sin.

In this meditation I will guide you through a process described by King David in Psalm 139:23-24, which will help you break free of guilt by inviting God to evaluate your anxious thoughts. Inviting God into this area will help you face your anxiety, worry, stress, and fear in a way that honors our Lord, Jesus Christ.

Scriptures: Psalm 139:23-24, Acts 13:22, John 10:10, Philippians 4:6-7

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  1. E C McKibbin
    February 9th, 2015 at 11:53 am

    ‘experience-based neuroplasticity’ attests to changes in neural circuitry when we practice Phillipians 4:6-8. “Neurons that fire together wire together” and can strengthen this circuitry, taking us to a safe place for body and mind. we just have to practice this constantly-awesome!

  2. Steve Dalton
    February 9th, 2015 at 2:02 pm

    That is so true. This practice strengthens us spiritually and neurologically. Awesome!

    Thanks
    Steve

  3. E C McKibbin
    February 20th, 2017 at 4:43 am

    remarkable as you visit all the different “rooms” with Jesus to realise just how much clutter blocks the joy-filled life-and to be reminded how to deal with this

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