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Are you teaching your children to be grateful for God’s blessings?
Jul 29, Meredith DeVoe rated it it was amazing. You are the God who works wonders; You have made known Your strength among the peoples. Linda Dillow is no stranger to publishing and adventure. Drive used cars, seldom buy new clothes. I especially loved her discussions on forgiveness, and my favorite part was the end where she finished with discussing the “if diseases” of “What if” and “If Only.
And many of us have tried many, many different tactics to try and stop the worry and anxiety. HOWEVER I decided to give this book three stars because there is a 12 week study at the end that appears to give tangible “what-to-do’s” and so I think I will give this a try.
I know how to live on almost nothing or with everything.
God’s peace is the exact prescription needed for my anxiety-ridden heart and mind. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up.
There is no torment like the inner torment of bitterness.
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Contentment is a state of the heart, not a state of affairs. I def recommend this to any woman!
I enjoyed that the author was very humble. You can reach out because God has reached inside you. This was an excellent book that spoke to many of my struggles as a woman.
The only thing I think could have improved the book was mentioning that sometimes people struggling with anxiety can benefit not only from prayer, community, journaling, working through different issues like contentment and faith all wonderful things!!! With Calm My Anxious Heart you can let go of your anxiety and experience the contentment that comes from trusting God.
Ask yourself what dillos the worst that can possibly happen. Choose to pray specifically and be thankful.
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The book didn’t just zing me to the heart, but I’m glad I read it and definitely felt I gleaned some nuggets of value. Amazing scripture reference for me as a mom in this crazy whirlwind of motherhood! The time in prayer with God and writing scripture on my heart has helped me start my day with a sense of His peace and calling on my life. See 1 question about Calm My Anxious Heart….
This is a must read for every Christian.
We can focus on the mud or lift our eyes and see the starts. Cast all your anxiety on him because he cares for you. I have friends who adore this book, but it’s not for me. Sometimes we NEED to think about the “what-ifs” and “if onlys.
Paperbackpages. I read this because I struggled with postpartum anxiety after I had my son 3 years ago.
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I thought this book would explain how to turn that Bible reading and prayer into contentment, but it does not. This cup is not the right size for me and I don’t like what You’ve put in it. We did this book for small group, one chapter per week, and found that was about the right amount of work outside of class and enough for discussion one night per week.
Aug 20, Rebekah Jones rated it it was amazing Shelves: Beware of what you dwell on dilloww that you shall surely become. The Bible already tells me these things; why do I need another book to tell me?
Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. I first read this book about eight years ago and re-read it again, each chapter slowly over the past few months to let the truths sink in. My “favorite favorite” of them all is the last one.
But in reading this book, I came to realize that the author is using anxious as the opposite state of contentment. I have learned the secret of living in every situation, whether it is with a full stomach or empty, with plenty or little. Never dwell on tomorrow – remember that it is God’s, not ours. She is clothed with strength and dignity, and she laughs at the days to come.