Casting Anxiety III

I’ve been unpacking 1Peter 5:6-11. The most well-known of this portion of scripture is verse 7.  But was is the actual mechanism for, “Casting anxiety?”

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past pain

Never empower your past.  Mourn.Forgive.Learn.Forget

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Casting Anxiety IIB

Before I move on in this series, I want to say just a bit more about humility.

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Casting Anxiety II

In my last post, I talked about what The Lord was teaching me concerning anxiety.  This time I want to have a conversation about the actual mechanism I am learning to use to battle anxiety.

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Casting Anxiety

When Peter said that we should “cast our anxiety,” I thought for sure that he was using a play on words.  A deeper study taught me something that I had not seen before.

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Zombie Memories

Here’s another excerpt from my upcoming book about mourning, memories, and healing.  In this post I briefly discuss the power that dead-memories have to come back to life.

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it’s not the llamas

This is a follow-up post to a my thoughts on John 5:1-6 about a man who encounters Jesus after being crippled for 38 years.  I linked to the first post at the bottom.  

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blame the llamas

According to TheFreeDictionary.com, the word “excuse” means to: “make allowance for; overlook, pardon, or forgive.”

Although we stand pardoned before The Lord because of the finished work of Christ, it is important at times that we take inventory. This post is about one encounter that Jesus had with a crippled man that speaks to evaluating ourselves, and whether or not we are making excuses for wrongful behavior. 

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can’t think of a title

Do I need to memorize scripture, take notes while listening to podcasts, and highlight the books I am reading? And if I am to do all of the above, will it enhance my Christian walk as well as my ability to lead others?

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Gods New iPad Air

What if God owned my new Generation 4 iPad Air and its the accompanying Zagg keyboard…would His ownership of them cause me to use them any differently? 

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