What is anxiety?

Anxiety means that you are contemplating that something is going to happen.  Anxiety comes from the fear of unknown.

According to the Bible, women are the weaker vessels as a result of Eve’s sin.  Therefore, women suffer from anxiety more than men because the demons can influence a woman’s brain more easily than a man’s.

The Bible teaches us that we have to take every thought in our brain captive.  People make a mistake by thinking that their brain has some kind of greatness that only they can have; therefore they don’t believe that whatever is going on in their brain isn’t their own brilliant self.

God decided to make a system in this world that puts a husband above a wife, as a result of Eve’s sin, as a punishment. Therefore the husband is the one who makes decisions.  Because men deal with logic and women deal with emotions, women worry more than men, and therefore, they suffer from anxiety more often than men.

The Bible teaches that you have to take control of your brain – absolute control.  You can’t allow your brain to control you.  The absolute control of your brain is necessary to beat your sins.  The only thing that is supposed to be operating you is your Spirit, which also has a brain.  That’s where your instinct resides.  And the only thing that can communicate with that spirit is God.

Demons are the ones talking to you – injecting thoughts into your brain through mental telepathy.  Demons are speaking directly to your brain, giving you thoughts, but God alone speaks to your Spirit.

Anxiety is another word for worrying.  Jesus said “Do not worry” – the direct commandment, so you have no right to worry.  You can only think about things that you can solve today.  Once you start projecting tomorrow, you have lost today.  The human brain wasn’t designed to be a “worrying machine.”  If you keep doing it, your brain cannot handle it anymore.  It causes depression and depression causes suicidal tendencies, alcoholism and other addictions.

The Bible teaches us that all the thoughts you take into your brain cannot change a thing.  You don’t have the power to do it.  Therefore it is a waste of time and energy.  According to the Bible, if you try to do things in your own power, you are going to fail.  Only when you are weak, God has a power to help you.

“Be still and know that I am God.” Psalms 46:10

“Humble yourselves therefore under the mighty hand of God, that he may exalt you in due time: Casting all your care upon him; for he careth for you.” 1 Peter 5:6-7

This scripture states clearly that God is going to take care of your needs, so there is no need to worry about anything.  Nothing.

“Be careful for nothing; but in every thing by prayer and supplication with thanksgiving let your requests be made known unto God.” Philippians 4:6

Talk to God, pray to Him, and let God to take care of you.  People are so arrogant that they think they can take care of themselves and they can do it in their own strength.  They can’t.

You have to believe that your every need is going to be taken care of by God; otherwise you are going to struggle and lose the game.

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2 thoughts on “What is anxiety?

  1. So if a person lives without anxiety, will they be free from trouble, or nearly free? I wondered because Job was righteous, yet terrible things happened to him. Does that translate the same for today, where people get sick and die, people who seem to be God’s children? I remember in the bible God promising Israel that if they would follow Him he would keep them from getting diseases (paraphrasing because I dont have the verse on me). So why do believers get sick anyway? Due to worry? Thank you.

    Joshua

  2. I found the answer to my question so I would like to change my comment. Job got sick because of the Glory of God. Illness is cause by sin or the person, their parents, or for the Glory of God. I am blessed to learn this truth with help from you and Joleen. Thank you.

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