Christians Should Not Be Anxious During Tough Times – Here’s Why

Written by Doug Giles on December 10, 2020

Does the current crisis have you wrapped around the axle? Are you gnawing your fingernails down to the nub, or do you have an unshakeable confidence that — even if you’ve been hit with the blunt end of life’s pool cue economically, healthwise, or in some other setback, — that God will find a way to carry you through?

It’s scenarios like we’ve seen in 2020 that really lay bare our hearts to us.

Are we worriers, trusting in our own ability and resourcefulness, or are we rooted in confidence?

Do we trust our money, networks, job or some other backup plan to get us out of a bind? Or do we trust God for when situations beyond our control wash away the illusion that we can save ourselves?

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