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Inside: Anxiety is a part of life, but we don’t have to let it lead our lives! Here are effective ways to deal with anxiety as a Christian.

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Is anxiety a problem in your life?

Do you feel guilty because as a believer, you shouldn’t deal with worry and stress?

Can I assure you that it is possible to live life victoriously even in the midst of anxiety?

How to Live as a Christian with Anxiety

First, the key is trusting God more than letting your anxiety and fear take charge!

However, many of us would like to have a magic pill to rid ourselves of stress and tension.  Wouldn’t that be nice? One swallow and we didn’t have to deal with stress any longer.

Jesus, though, told his disciples that we would suffer in this world. Problems and hard times would come our way. 

(John 16:33, NLT).

33 I have told you all this so that you may have peace in me. Here on earth you will have many trials and sorrows. But take heart, because I have overcome the world.



So we better find a way to deal with stress as Christians and not let it make our lives harder than they are already

In other words, finding peace and the ability to cope in life requires us to trust God completely when life is hard.

Second, getting rid of anxiety means we have to help too. It’s important to realize, we can’t expect God to remove it while we stay in our patterns that allow anxiety to increase.


This is the reason why God’s word is important for anxiety relief.

As a matter of fact, I’ve dealt with tension and stress for the last six years, because while I’ve learned to manage my stress, I haven’t fixed the way I think.

Consequently, I have a lot of work to do in my thoughts patterns and the way I cope when it comes to stresses in life.

The truth is, I let stress take over, increase my anxiety, and let it lead me from God.

In the long run, we need to let anxiety draw us closer to God and trust in Him to bring us through.


What If I’m Trusting God and I’m still Anxious

Many of us deal with anxiety and all the methods we try don’t really help.

We try focusing on good and true things and tell ourselves all the passages that tell us not to worry, but we remain stuck. 

Meanwhile, don’t we start to think, maybe something is wrong with us or m our faith?

We look at others and wonder why we are dealing with so much angst whereas they seem to have it all together.


Multi-faceted Ways to Deal with Anxiety 

It’s important to grasp, just because we feel stuck, doesn’t mean we are stuck.

To sum it all together, God can help us overcome anxiety!

However, the truth is, we can’t expect Him to do all the work. We need to be active participants in getting a handle on stress, tension, and anxiety.

The question you’re probably asking is: how can we really leave anxiety behind?



For each person, recovering and living with anxiety is going to be different. What works for me might not work for you!


For this reason, it’s important to be in a close relationship with God to let Him guide you to the best healing.

For some, it might mean therapy. And for others, medication. The root cause of anxiety can be different for each of us, so the best ways to deal with anxiety is going to be different!

To learn more about how to deal with anxiety as a Christian, use these posts to help you:


11 Natural Anxiety Remedies Found In The Bible

Want To Know 7 Psalms That Are Powerful Anxiety Cures?

8 Easy Practices To Ease Your Anxiety With God’s Word

Do Not Be Anxious: The Best Biblical Resources for Anxiety

(you can also search for anxiety in the “Search Bar” to find all my anxiety posts!

A Prayer for you as you transverse anxiety:

Dear Heavenly Father- Thank you for being in control and holding me in the palm of your hand. Help me to trust you in greater ways! Replace my tension, anxiety, and fear with confidence in you. I know you can help me! Amen

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