Anxiety: The Believer’s Oxymoron
Anxiety: The Believer’s Oxymoron
Philippians 4:4-19; Matthew 6:25-34
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Wednesday Evening Service,  January 16, 2013

We live in a nation riddled with anxiety. There are a number of different psychological problems related to what is referred to as Anxiety Disorders. They include: headaches, back aches, high blood pressure, stress, fear, depression, panic attacks, apprehension, tension, pressure, restlessness and worry. At a chronic level, anxiety can trigger headaches, sweating, muscle spasms, palpitations of the heart, hypertension, fatigue and a number of other physical problems. God’s people are commanded not to be anxious (Philippians 4:6). His Word has provided everything we need to accomplish this command (2 Peter 1:3; Philippians 4:6, 7; Psalm 55:22; Matthew 6:26-30).

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