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Garbage Where it Doesn't Belong - #5818
Bring your complaints straight to God. First, He's not going to be hurt by them. He's not going to be poisoned by them like the people around you will. Secondly, He can do something about your complaints much more than the people around you can do.

The Most Off-Key Chorus Of All - #5718
He wants to help you and me handle the moments when we just want to think about ourselves. It's at those times when I'm really tired, when I'm really stressed, when I'm really not feeling good, that I have to reach beyond my feelings and say, "Dear Lord, give me the grace to still think about others when I feel like just thinking about me."

Stress in the Bible: Matthew 6:27
We've all experienced stress and worry, and sometimes it feels utterly crippling. Jesus invites us to look at our worries from a different perspective. What tangible good will come of stress and worry? If our worry isn't helping to solve our problem, perhaps it's time to let it go.

Anxiety in the Bible: Matthew 6:26-34
Worry and anxiety are natural human impulses, but this passage asks us if we are focusing our mental energy on the right things. Why waste out time worrying about passing matters when God has promised to take care of us?

Devotional : Asking God For Help Part 3 - Worry and Anxiety
In this final devotional in the series, we look at the role anxiety plays in our surrender to God. Whenever we find ourselves worrying about the outcome of conflict or crisis, it's an indication that there is something we have failed to do, or something we need to stop doing.

1 Peter 5: 5-9 - Into Thy Word Ministries
Submit to God and Resist the Devil! Peter is calling the church (and us) to be mature and faithful which requires us to submit and to be humble.

Ron Hutchcraft Ministries - When 'Charge!' Beats 'Retreat' - #5683
Well, maybe right now you're facing a big risk, or a big job, or a big setback, or a big threat, and everything in you and around you is signaling, "Retreat!" Your fears are great, you're feeling discouraged. Remember, God's ancient people made their biggest mistake turning away from the Promised Land because they were afraid and they got discouraged. You'll probably miss God's best if your eyes are on the circumstances or your feelings.

Ron Hutchcraft Ministries - Back-To-School Butterflies - #8093
There’s a promise from God that’s been an anchor for us as parents for a long time and maybe it might help you worry a little less, nag a little less, be a little less controlling or frustrating your kids with smother love.

Ron Hutchcraft Ministries - When Fear isn't Final - #4458
When the Bible talks about rescue, it's not just referring to saving a person so they can live maybe thirty or forty more years on earth. When God talks rescue, He's talking about saving a person so they can live forever. Some of the spiritually dying people Jesus came to save work where you work, they live where you live, they go to school where you go to school, they participate in things you participate in. And He's placed a rescuer in their lives so they can have a chance at Jesus, and a chance at heaven. You probably looked at that rescuer in the mirror this morning.

Ron Hutchcraft Ministries - When You're at the Edge - #4322
For you, that might be right now. You are at one of those points we all reach several times in our life -- sometimes several times in a year! You're at the edge -- financially, with a son or daughter you don't know what to do with, or maybe in your marriage. It could be you're at the edge emotionally; you're not sure how much more you can take, or your responsibilities have gotten so heavy that they're taking you to the edge.