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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Songs about overcoming fear and anxiety

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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


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Comment by Kelly J Mull on August 2, 2011 at 10:07pm
Richard, yes he is in satanism and everything imagianable.  I am trying to think know if there is anything else I have that he did touch.  I was telling my Christian counselor how evil he is and was and how he still has a hold on me.  Yes, we have a son together; he is 19, autistic and MRDD. MY son, doesn't have his last name, I'm the only one that is on birth cert, he hard paid child support (which I'm not going after it), I have l protected my son by keeping his father out of our lives.
Comment by Richard Johnson on August 2, 2011 at 7:50pm
In response,once again to Kelly J Mull. I am quite concerned about your situation. The more I read your posts,the more I am concerned for you,a true child of God. This Ex Boyfriend in whom you call the "Devils Own" causes me great alarm. I have studied the "Gothic" lifestyle for many years and since one of your posts some time ago,you stated he calls himself a "Reverend" which has now caused me even greater concern. Is he in fact involved in "The Church of Satan"? I hope that if he is,and you have anything at all that he has given you,or even touched (A material thing that is,because that is where they place their "Power" ) that you either rid yourself of it or douse it in "Holy Water" (Water you have blessed by praying over it) And rid yourself of this man once and for all. If,and I am only assuming,you ever had children together,get a court order that this man may never ever see them until they turn eighteen,and then,I am sorry to say,they can make their own desision. Peace be with you. Amen.
Comment by Dwight Almony on July 31, 2011 at 4:29pm

Hi to everyone,

It seems that life has thrown another obstacle into my path. I started a temporary job a couple of weeks ago and as part of that job I had to cover my expenses while on the road. The company will reimburse me, but because of covering my expenses, I ended up missing a payment on one of the loans that I had. Because the loan was already behind, the bank defaulted the loan and charged it off. That is bad enough by itself, but my ex-wife is a co-maker on the loan. We had been trying to get the bank to do a modification on the loan so that the past due payments would be placed at the end of the loan and it would become current. I was also hoping that this new job would allow me to bring all of my other loans current too.

Now, because the loan has defaulted, the bank is threatening to garnish our wages. My ex-wife is threatening to sue me because I was supposed to pay this loan as part of our divorce settlement. I am willing to pay the loan, but because I have been unemployed on and off for the last five years, it has been hard to stay current with all of the bills.

I am not looking to get out of paying what I owe, but with the uncertainty of my employment future (current job to end about September 30, 2011) I cannot guarantee that I will be able to maintain a payment plan. I am more seriously considering filing for bankruptcy, but I don't know if that will help me or hurt me. I also don't know that if I do file for bankruptcy, if that will protect me from being sued by my ex-wife.

I really don't want this situation to get any worse. It seems that every time I think that I may be getting on the right track and my financial problems are going to get better, I end up in a worse situation.

If anyone out there has any suggestions, I am all ears.

Also, if everyone would pray for me over this situation, I would truly be grateful.




Comment by Tracy I Seney on July 26, 2011 at 1:25pm

Greater is he that is in me than he who is in the world.  Remember these great words Kelly?  The spirit of God inhabits his word and the spirit of God inhabits you as well.  Don't be afraid Kelly..

"Behold, I give you the authority to trample on serpents & Scorpians,& over all the power of the enemy & nothing shall by any means hurt you.  Never the less don't rejoice in this but rejoice because your names are written in Heaven." luke 10:19

Kelly, call the Hot Line number and talk it through.  Ive sent you a personal email in your message box with my phone number.  I won't be home until tonight but you can call me  and I will talk it through with you.  We will pray on the phone together.  You have power to overcome this fear, you can do this.  Agape love Kelly.

Comment by Keep The Faith on July 26, 2011 at 12:44pm

Hi Kelly,

Please go to this link and call one of the emergency numbers. We are praying for you.

We just received your email regarding the people that you have an issue with. Have they made specific posts relating to you on our site? If so, please notify us accordingly. In addition, if they have sent you direct emails from KTF, please let us know. If they violate our Terms of Service, we will certainly take appropriate action.

Thank you,

KTF Staff

PS: Please call the one of the emergency lines that we have provided on our Help page. God is good, and he loves you. You have a purpose in this world.

Comment by Wally Long on July 26, 2011 at 12:34pm
Kelly, Whatever your ex does or does not do or where he has "followed" you online or whether he is kicked off "Keep the Faith" has no real bearing on your life.  The Lord is on your side.  You can make the choice to ignore your ex online.  You can make the choice to run or stand your ground.  I know it is hard at times to "keep the faith" but you CAN do it.  Keep your eyes on Jesus in the midst of the stormy trial and let his loving eyes guide you to Himself.  Justice will come in due time to anyone who stands against the Lord and His loved ones.  You are loved.  We will all stand with you.  Keep the Faith.  We are praying for you!
Comment by Kelly J Mull on July 25, 2011 at 1:06pm
Keep the Faith has one more week to ban two people from this site. I am baffled to how and why they followed me here. One is the ex-boyfriend and his girlfriend. He is the devil's own. I'm scared.
One the flip side, I have been experiencing the love of God in so many ways this pass week and gaining more wisdom only He Himself can give. YET, I don't call myself a Rev.
I do ask for prayers and also know that I'm praying for each and everyone of you.
Comment by Dwight Almony on July 17, 2011 at 2:21pm


Thank you for your comments and suggestions. Please don't worry about the confusion.

I'm still praying about my financial situation. I am hoping the temporary job that I just started will lend some aid to helping pay off some of the bills that I haven't been able to get to and stop the collection calls. I have prayed about this and this seems to be the course of action that I am to take. It won't get rid of the loans that I have mentioned, but it will hopefully stop the collection calls. I am also hoping this job will allow me to get the aforementioned loans up to date so that my credit report, etc. will improve. I am still waiting to see what to do about those loans. If I could find a permanent job that pays sufficiently, than those loan paymets would not be a problem. However, finding that job is the challenge.

As for my ex joining me in the bankruptcy, she would never do that because she would not want her credit rating affected by that. In addition, from my understanding, the banks and loan companies will not honor the court order since we both signed the loan papers.

Again, Wally thank you for your suggestions. If you know of any other information regarding this situation, please don't hesitate to let me know. I hope all is well in your life and I will pray that it continues that way.

Comment by John Barbour on July 13, 2011 at 5:24pm
Wally, No need to apologize.  You have a good heart. Some of it applies
Comment by Wally Long on July 13, 2011 at 5:12pm
John, I am sorry for mixing up my words for Dwight to you. I will be praying for both you and Dwight. If there is anything I can do to help you please don't hesitate to write me a note or email.

Dwight, forgive me for my confusion. Please read my previous comments addressed to John. They are for you. God bless!

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