Calming Fears & Anxieties


Calming Fears & Anxieties

Are you up against obstacles that are keeping you up at night? Share your fears and anxieties here. Help others who are paralyzed in doubt, hardship, and pain.

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Started by Parker. Last reply by Susan Kennedy Aug 15, 2016. 1 Reply

Hey everyone my name is Parker and I'm 19 years old. This fall will be my first year of college and I'm very stressed out about it. I'm going to college to try to get a job at SeaWorld in the future.…Continue

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Started by Danielle. Last reply by Melanie Apr 13, 2015. 1 Reply

I work at a church and lead. I feel pressure sometimes to walk away and just do whatever. I am tired of being the one that the group looks up too. I feel alone sometimes and like people don't…Continue

Songs about overcoming fear and anxiety

Started by Jen W.. Last reply by Jennifer schneider Oct 25, 2014. 5 Replies

I have battled with fear, insecurity, and anxiety my whole life.  I have leaned on Christian music heavily during the times when I feel most discouraged and afraid.  The song "Voice of Truth" by…Continue


Started by Brad Jones. Last reply by Rhonda Sue Davis Oct 5, 2014. 1 Reply

 I'm Brad your brother in Christ. And I've been struggling for the pass 3 years. It all began in 2011. I was a christian at the time but i wasn't as strong. In august of 2011 i lost my mama to…Continue

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Comment by Wally Long on October 25, 2011 at 8:43am


1 John 4:18 (ESV) There is no fear in love, but perfect love casts out fear. For fear has to do with punishment, and whoever fears has not been perfected in love.

It's hard for me to understand the fear of a loved one cheating because it's never happened to me.  However, I do understand fear.  In the last few years I've had the misfortune of a number of "phone calls" giving me bad news of a loved ones death.  I've come to fear that the next call will be another one.  I sometimes fear when my wife or one of my children is away that they might not be coming back alive.   I know this is not true but the fear remains the same.  God's Word has been my comfort in fear.  Truth overcomes fear.  Love overcomes fear.  Faith overcomes fear.  It won't be easy to "not fear" your new love has never cheated on you but in your love for him you can overcome the fear.  Your love for him needs to be unconditional as does his for you.  You cannot build a strong relationship with doubt and mistrust.  I would say you need to trust him completely.  It's not a bad thing to have some safeguards in place in your relationship.  Accountability is a good thing, but you do need to trust him or your relationship will not work.  If he loves you he will understand the need for accountability and will not balk at them and he will be patient with you as the trust builds.  I hope this helps.  God bless!




Comment by Alicia Marie Enriquez on October 25, 2011 at 12:00am
If anyone could help me with some advice for the comment I left yesterday,it would be soooo appreciated,I really could use some insight from a fellow christian who may know what to tell me.....thanks
Comment by Alicia Marie Enriquez on October 23, 2011 at 8:35pm
I was listening to Keep The Faith on my way from work today and it really spoke to my heart to join this because I do have fears and I know the devil plays on our fears and I need to be able to be at peace....I was in a terrible marriage for 15 years where my ex-husband abused me in every form possible and even cheated on me multiple times and even got another woman pregnant during our marriage when I was doing everything to try to save my marriage.....I'm now going through a divorce with this man,but now have a very wonderful man who loves God and believes God should be included in a relationship....I thank God for him everyday,but still have lots of fears of being cheated on again....he was cheated on himself in his 1st marriage and treated terrible in his 2nd marriage and just wants unconditional love himself.....he promised me he will never hurt me and that he wants to be with me and only me,but a few weeks back,his ex-wife was asking him to come have sex with her and he told her no and then all of a sudden she sends me a message on facebook that he had been cheating on me with her...I messaged her back telling her that I don't believe her and to please leave us alone and to respect his and my relationship and then I blocked her and he blocked her from everything....I want to believe he really didn't do anything with her,I mean all his friends (including the ones who are women) told me to watch out because his ex is crazy and will try everything to split us up because she doesn't want him happy.....I really wish my heart would be at peace and not fear that he is gonna cheat on me just because my ex did
Comment by Richard Johnson on September 29, 2011 at 7:31pm
Well Kelly, After looking into the legal issues involved in your matter,if you did not give your son his name,you have no right to any child support,so you are doing the right thing by not going after it! Thank God you haven't,or he would have you over the proverbial barrel. In the Mid-West,if you HAD of tried to get even a dollar from him,he has up to twenty five years from the last payment he made to sue you for ten times the total amount he paid. It is a little known law, but from what Alice Deets has E-Mailed me several times, he is friends quite closely with several high price lawyers who he keeps in his back pocket for his legal defense when picked up on drug charges or *AHEM* charges when his band plays out of state.
Comment by Michelle A Bekeza on August 30, 2011 at 11:15pm

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Comment by MyLifeAsJackie on August 29, 2011 at 12:38pm
Im Depressed and im only 18 years old. Pray that everything goes as plan for me. and that my test anxieties goes away, and that i don't fear books and test ever again.
Comment by Richard Johnson on August 10, 2011 at 7:57pm
In response again to Miss Kelly J Mull. I am happy that your child does not know anything about this evil man. I just hope that you do not talk to any of his family either,because since this man,if in fact you can actually call him a man,is a satanist,there is a chance that his family is too,and even if they attemt to hide the fact from you,they may in fact be trying to milk information from you to feed to this evil and insidious being. I am sure,if they haven't already,keep the faith has banned these beasts,and you will no longer be haunted by these people. Avoid them at all costs,and if you have an account on Facebook or Myspace,delete them at once,these sites are rife with Gothics and Heavy Metal Punk Rock folk and their followers,and without knowing it,some of them may be lurking in the shadows waiting to sping. I plead the blood of Jesus upon you,your home and your family,friends and loved ones. Also be warned,these Gothic Satanists are very tricky and even the police in larger towns are into this lifestyle. Protect yourself at all times and read your Bible daily and pray hourly! Keep the Faith Kelly and know that Jesus is just a prayer away!
Comment by Dwight Almony on August 7, 2011 at 12:55pm


I understand how you are feeling. I, myself, have been unemployed on and off for the last five years. It is difficult to keep positive through what you are going through, but remember that the Lord will not put before you what you cannot handle. As Wally commented, let Him be strong for you. I pray continuously for God's strength through my own trials and I know that he is there helping me get through each day. I am told that God works through people and that sometimes we have to wait until the right person is in place to give us what we need. I know that God gives me what I need. Every time I think that I'm not going to be able to meet an obligation, the Lord gives me what I need to meet that obligation. Be thankful that you have savings in which to help carry you through this storm.

The job market is tough right now, but it will improve. I know that is not much comfort at this time, but we need to remain positive. If we give in to the negativity that the enemy puts around us, he will win. Stay positive in you faith in God and know that He will make you and your husband victorious.

Keep praying and keep believing.

Comment by Wally Long on August 5, 2011 at 12:22am


2 Corinthians 12:9 (ESV)
9 But he said to me, “My grace is sufficient for you, for my power is made perfect in weakness.” Therefore I will boast all the more gladly of my weaknesses, so that the power of Christ may rest upon me.

 In the weakness the stress is causing you, let Him be strong in your life.  The trials are by no means easy to get through but you and your husband can get through them.  As Peter did when he climbed out of the boat, keep your eyes on Jesus and you can walk on the water of the storms you're going through.  

Comment by Tara Calderon on August 3, 2011 at 3:39pm
I have been having stress for about 2 it just hit me...I feel overwhelmed..and frustrated....I finally broke down Husband has not been able to keep a job. And he still hasnt got an unemployment check...we have to keep dipping into our savings...I feel like we are never gonna get on the right track....:(

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