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  • Overcoming Worry Series

    Contributed by John Graves on Jan 27, 2007
    based on 3 ratings

    An expository sermon on Matthew,some try to allegorize this passage of calming the storm but in doing so they lose most of its true meaning.

    The Relevance of the Text. How many of you here this morning would consider your faith as something the Lord Jesus would be pleased with? All too often our faith is not something that pleases the Lord. Every one of us here today could probably give a time in our lives when we were in a place more

  • "How To Overcome Worry"

    Contributed by Mark Hensley on Feb 13, 2003
    based on 58 ratings

    Worry and anxiety seem to always wait for an opportune time to pounce on us, when were the least bit ready. We can overcome worry!

    Southern Hills Baptist Church February 23 2003 Philippians 4: 6-7 “How to overcome worry” Pastor, Mark Hensley 6Do not be anxious about anything, but in everything, by prayer and petition, with thanksgiving, present your requests to God. 7And the peace of God, which transcends all understanding, more

  • The Peace That Overcomes Worry

    Contributed by Richard Futrell on Oct 7, 2010
    based on 3 ratings

    The peace that makes our hearts kind and gentle, the peace that overcomes worry, and the peace that protects us from our own fleshly failings and the devil’s lies.

    Intro What an experience it must have been to be in the Old Testament Church. There you are in the Temple. Gold sparkles in the sun. Finely polished wood enamors the eye. Rich tapestries, exquisite engravings, and flawlessly hewn stone make up the Temple of God. And just as memorable must more

  • Overcoming Worry With Thanksgiving

    Contributed by Richard Goble on Nov 12, 2007
    based on 36 ratings

    A thankful heart experiences the peace of God.

    Overcoming Worry With Thanksgiving Philippians 4:4-7 Introduction Worry is the absence of peace in the life of a believer. God desires that we trust Him, not worry. And I have found that when I trust Him, there’s no need to worry. I experience His peace, the peace that passes all understanding. If more

  • How To Overcome Worry

    Contributed by Dr. Odell Belger on Apr 2, 2022

    With all that is going on in the world there are many things for people to worry about.

    Some of these things are the usual things we face daily. They deal with... • Relationships. • The economy. • Health. • Schools. • Neighborhood crime. • Job security, etc. There are so many things we can worry about today if we choose to do so. Illus: This reminds me of the story of the man who more

  • Worry Series

    Contributed by Michael Luke on Dec 11, 2015
    based on 4 ratings

    We all struggle with worry. It seems than any humanly devised plan only seems to cause us more worry. Jesus had some things to say about this subject. Let’s talk about what He said.

    Series: There’s an App for That “Worry” Matthew 6:25-34 Open A man went to see a psychologist because he was anxious and stressed out all of the time. At the end of their first session, the psychologist gave the man some instructions for the time leading up to the next more

  • Worry And Stress

    Contributed by Steve Shepherd on May 19, 2001
    based on 85 ratings

    Paul gives us some tools for overcoming worry and stress.

    WORRY AND STRESS Phil. 4:6-9 INTRO. Worry and stress. Who doesn’t experience them? ILL.- A man went shopping for a gift for his wife and picked out a very nice sweater. After looking at it he asked the salesperson if she could show him a more expensive sweater. She said, “No, but I can put more

  • Surviving And Overcoming Worry And Anxiety Series

    Contributed by Max High on Feb 23, 2008
    based on 4 ratings

    Jesus holds the answer to conquering our worry and anxiety.

    Surviving and Overcoming Worry and Anxiety Matthew 6, Psalm 37 Introduction: I. We must remember that we are valuable to God. (Matt. 6:26) A. We are more valuable than the birds of the air B. We are more beautiful than the lilies of the field C. We are more splendid than Solomon’s more

  • Overcoming Anxiety And Worry

    Contributed by Richard Wayne Wiggins on Jul 31, 2016
    based on 4 ratings

    In these two verses God gives us a formula to practice to overcome anxiety and worry. Four words that begin with the letter R will help you to learn to have peace even when circumstances are not peaceful. Realize, Reach, Release and Rest.

    I. Realize (v. 6) "Be anxious for nothing" We must first come to the place that we know that we are anxious. The Bible says our hearts are deceptive. Sometimes we do not know what is bothering us. Some people show anger. Some get depressed. Underlying these emotions might be anxiety and more

  • Inside Out: Worry Series

    Contributed by Lynn Malone on Jan 28, 2016
    based on 3 ratings

    Fear is a healthy emotion. Fear can protect us…often from ourselves, but an unguarded fear only causes us anxiety, or worry. Worry is incredibly unhealthy. This message focuses on overcoming worry.

    Fear is one of the characters personified in the mind of Riley Anderson in the film Inside Out. Fear is portrayed as a tall, lanky, lavender skinned character with a long nose and a penchant for wearing magenta bow ties and purple slacks. He is at one and the same time, fearful, nervous, timid, more

  • Overcoming Anxiety

    Contributed by Christian Cheong on Jun 18, 2007
    based on 44 ratings

    We look at the 7 perspectives Jesus gives us to help us overcome worry in life.

    Worry is something we battle with, whether old or young. • For some, because of their personality, they worry more than others. • But the fact remains, every one of us worries about some things. • Although we cannot eradicate it entirely from our experience, we can learn to handle it in the right more

  • The Blessed Life #7: Overcoming Worry Series

    Contributed by Chris Jordan on Nov 16, 2008
    based on 14 ratings

    Are you a worry wart? Worrying doesn’t do anything to help you, in fact, it often makes things worse. Jesus gives us three keys to overcoming worry in our lives: Refuse to worry, meditate on God’s love, and put first things first.

    THE BLESSED LIFE #7: OVERCOMING WORRY INTRO: We are living in a world where people are worrying about everything from the economy to the threat of terrorism and war. Yesterday on news: “Global financial crisis!” The world’s solutions to worry: Think positive, watch movies, take pills! more

  • A Life Without Worry Series

    Contributed by Vic Folkert on Jun 9, 2020

    To overcome worry: Ramp up worship. Re-align ambitions. Trust God, one day at a time.

    Healthy Disciples: A LIFE WITHOUT WORRY—Matthew 6:25-34 (Read the text first.) “Do not worry…” What would it take for you to stop worrying? Would 10 million dollars be enough money? Would a cure for cancer set your mind at ease? Worry is a common human thing. People worry about their kids or more

  • Finding Peace Amidst Chaos SermonCentral

    Contributed by SermonCentral on Sep 12, 2023
    based on 2 ratings

    In a world often filled with chaos and cruelty, it's easy to feel overwhelmed. This sermon explores how we can find peace and value in human life, even in the midst of turmoil.

    Once again, we are shocked by the turmoil that has arisen, not just among individuals, but even between nations. Time and time again, we have witnessed the cruelty of some people and the disregard for human life. In the midst of these troubling times, it is crucial for us to pay attention to the more

  • Finding Hope In A Troubled World

    Contributed by Gene Gregory on Jan 11, 2021
    based on 6 ratings

    In sermon series on John, how to obey Jesus' command, "Let not your heart be troubled".

    An Untroubled New Year 2020 - 2021 - Read John 14:1-7 Don’t let your heart be troubled. Don’t let your “heart”, from the Greek, kardia your heart, your thoughts and feelings. Don’t let your thoughts or feelings be troubled. Let me ask you, “How’d you do with that this past year?” I have to more