Anxiety, Anatomy and Cure
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Written by Robert W. Kellemen
Worry, doubt, and fear get the best of us all sometimes, and often there is no way to get rid of them. Anxiety, like any other negative emotion, is a twisted version of something positive from God; since we live in a fallen world, we may never have full victory over it. However, the author proves that we can have victory in our anxiety—can learn how to use it when it strikes and avoid the temptation to sin. In this biblical study, he lays out a proper Christian view of anxiety, from creation to fall to redemption to consummation. Along the way, he helps us to apply the gospel to our daily lives and reclaim anxiety for what it should be—vigilance to motivate us to do God’s work.
This booklet is part of a series by the Association of Biblical Counselors (ABC) in which it applies the timeless hope of Christ to the unique struggles of modern believers.
“This booklet has put in one place key biblical principles for addressing a common human issue biblically, realistically, practically, and compassionately.” —Ernie Baker, Professor of Biblical Counseling, The Master’s College; NANC-Certified Counselor;
“Bob teaches us how to deal honestly with our emotions while calling us to a lifestyle of daily surrendering them to the mind of Christ.” —Paul Tautges, Pastor, Immanuel Bible Church; Author of Counsel One Another.
Paperback, 48 pages, ABC booklet
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