Trade Your Anxiety for Peace

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Do you live your life in a state of worry? Are you losing sleep or missing out on the things God has for you because of your anxieties? You are not alone. Anxiety is a common problem for the human race.

But just because it is common does not mean you need to live in a state of worry. God wants you to have joy and peace, not worry and anxiety. He wants you to cast your cares upon Him, trusting Him so deeply that your worries fade away.

This Growth Plan is filled with terrific content that will empower you to lean on God. Learn how relying on Him can get you through your anxieties and bring you back into peace and rest with Him.

01 01

What Will You Do with Your Worry?

How can you take your anxious moments and turn them into reliance on God?
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02 02

Letting It Go

When worry or anxiety hits, how do you first respond?
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03 03

What Your Worry Says

Trust and worry don’t mix—you either worry, or you trust God.
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04 04

Changing Your Focus

There are four powerful words from Scripture that will help you defeat worry and instead rely fully on God’s presence in your situation.
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05 05

Learning to Trust

Just because you might not be able to see God working does not mean that He has abandoned you. Trust that He knows what is happening and that He has a plan for you.
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06 06

The Weapon of Worship

In this journey of letting go of anxiety and trusting God, you will have some days when the old habit creeps in. But you have a weapon with which to fight this battle!
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07 07

Resting in Peace

When you rely on God to help you carry your burdens, you will have room to feel His peace instead of your worry.
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