Posted On November 4, 2019

Paul Tautges- Help and Hope for the Anxious with the Promises of God

by | Nov 4, 2019 | Equipping You in Grace, Featured

On today’s Equipping You in Grace show, Dave Jenkins and Paul Tautges talk about the promises of God and anxiety, what it looks like for Christians to entrust themselves to the Lord at night, along with his book, Anxiety Knowing God’s Peace (P&R, 2019)

What you’ll hear in this episode

  • What it’s like to struggle with anxiety.
  • In what way perfectionism can cause anxiety.
  • How Christians should address anger, irritability, and frustration in their lives.
  • A brief overview of Philippians 4.
  • What it looks like for Christians to entrust themselves to the Lord at night.
  • How the promises of God can help Christians address anxiety in their lives.
  • What it looks like to relax in the Lord.
  • Why it’s important to remember the Lord’s past activity and continual activity in our lives.
  • How to counsel those facing anxiety.
  • The place of the local church in helping those who struggle with anxiety.
  • Learn to be a compassionate, caring, and Christian friend.

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