Did you know that even biblical heroes like Moses, David, and Elijah were not immune? Jesus even got so overwhelmed once that He said His soul was troubled to the point of death. The lies in your head want to tell you that you are the only one who struggles, but that is not true.
Not only have those before you struggled, but many around you are also overwhelmed. There is hope regardless of your situation. God’s Word provides wisdom and counsel for us when we feel at our lowest.
Below you can find a growing collection of biblically-based resources on how to deal with anxiety. You will find articles, sermons, and workshops on the topic. I pray that these resources can help you discover the hopeful perspective that each of us needs.
After Elijah experienced God move mightily upon the mountaintop, his joy was short-lived due to following opposition. God’s instruction to Elijah during his depressed state provides direction for our own troubled souls.
So many Christians feel tremendous guilt for the level of anxiety they struggle with on a daily basis. You need to realize that you haven’t sinned when anxiety hits, but you could sin by the way you address it.
As a pastoral counselor, I have never witnessed someone asking for help too early. Unfortunately, quite the opposite is true. Every situation that seems dire enough to ask for assistance probably could have come a little sooner.