Anxious for Nothing: God's Cure for the Cares of Your Soul (MacArthur Study Series)




      Anxious for Nothing: God's Cure for the Cares of Your Soul (MacArthur Study Series)
So many things to worry about and so little time to worry Christians obviously are not immune to the troubles of life, and when troubles do come, we re urged to rise above them and experience peace that passes understanding But how, in day to day life, does that really happenWhile numerous books have been written on overcoming anxiety, Anxious for Nothing goes beyond Free Read [ Anxious for Nothing: God's Cure for the Cares of Your Soul (MacArthur Study Series) ] Author [ John F. MacArthur Jr. ] For Kindle ePUB or eBook – heartforum.co.uk

John F MacArthur, Jr is a United States Calvinistic evangelical writer and minister, noted for his radio program entitled Grace to You and as the editor of the Gold Medallion Book Award winning MacArthur Study Bible MacArthur is a fifth generation pastor, a popular author and conference speaker and has served as pastor teacher of Grace Community Church in Sun Valley, California since 1969, and as President of The Master s College and the related Master s Seminary in Santa Clarita, California.

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  • Paperback
  • 220 pages
  • Anxious for Nothing: God's Cure for the Cares of Your Soul (MacArthur Study Series)
  • John F. MacArthur Jr.
  • English
  • 24 June 2018
  • 0781443385

10 thoughts on “ Anxious for Nothing: God's Cure for the Cares of Your Soul (MacArthur Study Series)

  1. Liz Cleland says:

    Casting all your cares upon Him, 1 Peter 5 7 Do not worry about your life Matt.6 25 it is sad that so many of us still respond to life s trials and circumstances this way I agree we need to cast our worries but we as humans don t always remember to do so How can I remember to not worry about things when I can t remember my car keys half the time I also have another huge difference in opinion with one of his philosophies He basically discredits the possibility that anxiety disorders Casting all your cares upon Him, 1 Peter 5 7 Do not worry about your life Matt.6 25 it is sad that so many of us still respond to life s trials and circumstances this way I agree we need to cast our worries but we as humans don t always remember to do so How can I remember to not worry about things when I can t remember ...

  2. Analia says:

    Anxious , stop, sit down and breath easy right Not Or can it Nowadays we want to get rid of our problems fast, when we are in pain we take a pill, when we are in lack of me time we call off from work on a heart beat, when we feel depressed we say hello to Mr Wine and when we feel anxious, we scratch a...

  3. Ayden Osman says:

    This book was a great reminder of all the reasons we shouldn t be anxious, and what steps we can take to get out of anxiety I m of course great full for Mcarthur s extreme usage of Bible verses.

  4. Dkovlak says:

    This was a very good book The Bible tells you not to worry If God is going to provide for birds, why wouldn t he provide all of your needs When we worry, we insult God because we think he will not take care of us If we complain, and some of us are chronic complainers, we are telling others that God has not provided us with what we think we need This is another way of insulting God.We must learn to be content in all of our circumstances, like the Apostle Paul One of the suggestions the This was a very good book The Bible tells you not to worry If God is going to provide for birds, why wouldn t he provide all of your needs When we worry...

  5. Frankie Puddleduck says:

    In first few minutes of audio book, author says anxiety is a sin bc Bible says do not be anxious I suppose their are people who from time to time have anxiety and can decide to experiencing it.But there s a BUNCH of people who have anxiety disorders and are not sinning by experiencing anxiety anythan a diabetic is sinning when he or she becomes argumentative and verbally combative due to low blood sugar.A few minutes later the author says you can control...

  6. Carrie says:

    Ugh MacArthur highlighted great Bible verses on anxiety But everything he said was laced w condescension Why is he talking about other people being difficult when they don t spiritually grow at the rate he wants Doesn t that make him a difficult person, too He doesn t get to determine normal growth a term he used And then he goes on about families w two kids I have 4 kids, but he still offended me I m sick of writers, especially Christians, who think shame is a motivational tool.I Ugh Mac...

  7. Greg Dill says:

    I m not a huge MacArthur fan He tends to lean too heavily on his narrow interpretation of scripture and draws very little from human experience or practicality There didn t seem to be anything new I gleaned from this book As a Christian, I already know I m not supposed to worry or be anxious I know worrying is a sin I know we are supposed to pray and cast our worries upon Christ trust God and be content in all circumstances I already know these things I know what Scripture I m not a huge MacArthur fan He tends to lean too heavily on his narrow interpretation of scripture and draws very little from human experience or practicality There didn t seem to be anything new I gleaned from this book As a Christian, I already know I m not supposed to worry or be anxious I know worrying is a sin I know we are supposed to pray and cast our worries upon C...

  8. Joey says:

    This is an insightful take on scripture pertaining to anxiousness MacArthur shows how we, as believers, are not exempt from the troubles of life, but are called away from the stagnation of worry stress and into a realm of hope He points out how fear is...

  9. Chad Warner says:

    A helpful, biblical guide to combating anxiety, worry, and fear by trusting God s power and love That can be accomplished through prayer, proper thinking, and action The book is pastoral, with plenty of Bible verses I especially like the recommendation to meditate on the Psalms.MacArthur summarizes the book s lessons near the end Be content Be confident in God s sovereign providence, and don t allow circumstances to trouble you Cling to promise of Rom 8 28 Be satisfied with little, and be A helpful, biblical guide to combating anxiety, worry, and fear by trusting God s power and love That can be accomplished through prayer, proper thinking, and action The book is pastoral, with plenty of Bible verses I especially like the recommendation to meditate on the Psalms.MacArthur summarizes the book s lessons near the end Be content Be confident in God s sovereign providence, and don t allow circumstances to trouble you Cling to promise of Rom 8 28 Be satisfied with little, and beconcerned about spiritual welfare of others than your material needs Be obedient to God s Word, and confident in His ability to meet all your needs.NotesObse...

  10. Jennifer says:

    This is just what I needed today I started listening to this the morning and couldn t stop Love to hear John MacArthur teach Nothing beats a God centered understanding on worry Especially because it s Americas favorite past time and most of us struggle w...

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