The Christian Atheist: I believe in God, but worry all the time

Today we tackled one of the most tolerated “sins” discussed in the Bible: worry. Can you be a spirit-filled, Jesus-dependent Christian, but worry all the time? We looked at several times in both the Old and New Testaments when worry, anxiety and stress are addressed, concluding that it all comes down to how much we trust God with our circumstances. When we trust God more, we worry a lot less… when we trust God less, we worry a lot more.

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