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Difficult times, trials, and tribulation are part of living in this world. However, God has provided a way for us to enjoy peace as a part of daily life. We can choose either to allow ourselves to be burdened with worry and anxiety or to live in the peace and joy the Father intended. In Be Anxious for Nothing, Joyce Meyer teaches how to draw on the peace of God in the midst Difficult times, trials, and tribulation are part of living in this world. However, God has provided a way for us to enjoy peace as a part of daily life. We can choose either to allow ourselves to be burdened with worry and anxiety or to live in the peace and joy the Father intended. In Be Anxious for Nothing, Joyce Meyer teaches how to draw on the peace of God in the midst of negative circumstances instead of responding with restlessness, fear, and apprehension. She reveals the nature of the peace Jesus describes in John 14:27—a peace unlike anything the world knows—and how it can fill every area of your life. Joyce Meyer explains why we should and how we can: Trade our anxiety and worry for peace and joy Develop a childlike attitude of faith Rest in the arms of the Lord. You will develop a deeper, more meaningful relationship with your heavenly Father as you understand how He cares for you. By following the leading of the Holy Spirit, your life will be filled with unlimited hope and will overflow with His peace, so you will finally Be Anxious for Nothing!


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Difficult times, trials, and tribulation are part of living in this world. However, God has provided a way for us to enjoy peace as a part of daily life. We can choose either to allow ourselves to be burdened with worry and anxiety or to live in the peace and joy the Father intended. In Be Anxious for Nothing, Joyce Meyer teaches how to draw on the peace of God in the midst Difficult times, trials, and tribulation are part of living in this world. However, God has provided a way for us to enjoy peace as a part of daily life. We can choose either to allow ourselves to be burdened with worry and anxiety or to live in the peace and joy the Father intended. In Be Anxious for Nothing, Joyce Meyer teaches how to draw on the peace of God in the midst of negative circumstances instead of responding with restlessness, fear, and apprehension. She reveals the nature of the peace Jesus describes in John 14:27—a peace unlike anything the world knows—and how it can fill every area of your life. Joyce Meyer explains why we should and how we can: Trade our anxiety and worry for peace and joy Develop a childlike attitude of faith Rest in the arms of the Lord. You will develop a deeper, more meaningful relationship with your heavenly Father as you understand how He cares for you. By following the leading of the Holy Spirit, your life will be filled with unlimited hope and will overflow with His peace, so you will finally Be Anxious for Nothing!

30 review for Be Anxious for Nothing: The Art of Casting Your Cares and Resting in God

  1. 4 out of 5

    Jamise

    The title says it all!!! Joyce does a wonderful job giving the reader scriptures and guiding principles to arm themselves against fear, worry and doubt. Joyce shares her own personal roadmap and experiences that helped her overcome these obstacles and enabled her to cast all of her cares! This is a book that I reference often, timeless!

  2. 5 out of 5

    Tara 🌿

    This book was recommended to me by a dear friend right when I needed it most. I never thought of myself an anxious person, but I was (like most people) susceptible to moments of extreme worry and stress. It wasn't until I experienced an anxiety attack during a moment that I needed to be calm the most that I reconsidered how I looked at myself. I looked into some meditational exercises as well as thought about seeing a counselor to talk about my anxiety, but nothing seemed to speak to me like Joy This book was recommended to me by a dear friend right when I needed it most. I never thought of myself an anxious person, but I was (like most people) susceptible to moments of extreme worry and stress. It wasn't until I experienced an anxiety attack during a moment that I needed to be calm the most that I reconsidered how I looked at myself. I looked into some meditational exercises as well as thought about seeing a counselor to talk about my anxiety, but nothing seemed to speak to me like Joyce's words in this book. By the time I reached page 15, I felt so connected with what she was saying, as if she had written it just for me. Reading this book, I was able to refocus and quiet my mind, and felt much more centered than I have felt in awhile. I borrowed this book from my local library, but this may be one of the rare books that I may buy to keep even though I've finished it. It seems like a book that I can see myself coming back to again and again, whenever I may need to reread the truths within it.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Christopher Lewis Kozoriz

    "Because the devil knows we are making progress toward our goal, he will try to distract us. He will continually tempt us to "take the road of worry" so he can lead us off into destruction." ~ Joyce Meyer, "Be Anxious for Nothing", page 118-119. One of my goals is to overcome anxiety, stress and worry. I think this kind of spirit is very prevalent in the world we are currently living in. Every time you hear the news, worry is broadcast on it. Therefore, we require strategies, skills and technique "Because the devil knows we are making progress toward our goal, he will try to distract us. He will continually tempt us to "take the road of worry" so he can lead us off into destruction." ~ Joyce Meyer, "Be Anxious for Nothing", page 118-119. One of my goals is to overcome anxiety, stress and worry. I think this kind of spirit is very prevalent in the world we are currently living in. Every time you hear the news, worry is broadcast on it. Therefore, we require strategies, skills and techniques to overcome worry. We don't need more strategies of this world, but we require the strategies of our Lord. We can take our cares and give them to God and He will hold us up through all the troubling times. This book helps one to learn how to deal with the anxieties of life the right way, rather than letting them choke our growth. This book is being used to cut down the thorns of worry in peoples lives.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Gina

    This book totally changed my life when I read it, back in 2008. I went from being a champion "worry wart" and someone who stressed over many things, to being a peaceful woman who has learned to totally trust in God, lay her troubles in His lap, and leave them there. This is a MUST read for every single Christian who struggles with worry and stressing over issues. This book totally changed my life when I read it, back in 2008. I went from being a champion "worry wart" and someone who stressed over many things, to being a peaceful woman who has learned to totally trust in God, lay her troubles in His lap, and leave them there. This is a MUST read for every single Christian who struggles with worry and stressing over issues.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Sabrina

    This book has helped me so much! I am a huge fan of JM's practical advice and wisdom. This book has helped me so much! I am a huge fan of JM's practical advice and wisdom.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Marvel Kelley

    Thus far this book has moved me to think about my daily walk with God. It is powerful! I highly recommend this book to everyone who has ever felt anxious, constantly moving and doing, trying to make things work when the first thing we need to do is give ourselves to God! Finding peace and rest in Him. Great book!

  7. 5 out of 5

    BookeryBliss

    Joyce Meyer not only gives great sermons, but also great books! Her "here it is" approach is a breath of fresh air to me. I love how she approaches even the most hardest of topics, and naturally I find myself re-reading her books often. Joyce Meyer not only gives great sermons, but also great books! Her "here it is" approach is a breath of fresh air to me. I love how she approaches even the most hardest of topics, and naturally I find myself re-reading her books often.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Yolanda Ramos

    I just love Joyce Meyer. She's so practical and really knows how to speak the truth. I just love Joyce Meyer. She's so practical and really knows how to speak the truth.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Anabel

    Really learned a few things from this book

  10. 5 out of 5

    Lisa

    Life

  11. 4 out of 5

    Lynnea

    I'm took my time reading this book - lots of processing needed. Very good - lots of "lightbulb moments." I recommend this to everyone! I'm took my time reading this book - lots of processing needed. Very good - lots of "lightbulb moments." I recommend this to everyone!

  12. 4 out of 5

    Olivia hernandez

    another good one to calm the soul

  13. 4 out of 5

    Carol

    EXCELLENT book!! Great for anyone who suffers from anxiety and perfectionism!!

  14. 5 out of 5

    Sunnycame

    usual stuff and fluff. Not a fan of Joyce.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Eros-alegra

    Simple, straightforward, I enjoy Meyer's down-to-earth approach when it comes to exploring scripture and spiritual journey. Simple, straightforward, I enjoy Meyer's down-to-earth approach when it comes to exploring scripture and spiritual journey.

  16. 4 out of 5

    Loria

    Great read for the person looking to calm that flesh.

  17. 4 out of 5

    Wyvonna

    EXCELLENT READ

  18. 5 out of 5

    Cindy

    I LOVED this book!! This gives you practical applications for the cares and worries of the day, and gives you HOW to lay your worries and cares before the Lord!

  19. 4 out of 5

    Donna

    Awesome book that I plan to go back and re-read at some point, perhaps this time taking notes. Each passion I would read came at just the right time.

  20. 5 out of 5

    Mirian

    I love all Joyce's books, but this one was the best I've read. Excellent teaching, I intend to reread it soon. I love all Joyce's books, but this one was the best I've read. Excellent teaching, I intend to reread it soon.

  21. 5 out of 5

    Susan

    Very helpful with those suffering from anxiety and wanting help. It is clear, concise, and well worth the time to read. I feel like a new person!

  22. 5 out of 5

    Shawn

    I think this needs to be read on a daily basis to strengthen our belief in having faith, finding peace, and knowing that this too shall pass...

  23. 4 out of 5

    Shirley Thompson

    Great help This book helped me to stop worrying and to rely on God. I feel a lot calmer and know that the problem I am facing will be resolved

  24. 5 out of 5

    Eliel Lopez

    An insightful and encouraging read.

  25. 4 out of 5

    Caroline

    This is a great book for those who need advise on handling anxiety and worry. Another Joyce Meyer book filled biblical scriptures and her insightful personal antidotes.

  26. 5 out of 5

    Ladypoet Nfaith

    Really opened up my awareness to areas I need to be patient with. Reminds me that God is in control.

  27. 5 out of 5

    Katrin

    I started this book and had to put it down due to starting summer class. I am glad I finished it! Very good book! It is good for those who have anxiety and need God's comfort! I started this book and had to put it down due to starting summer class. I am glad I finished it! Very good book! It is good for those who have anxiety and need God's comfort!

  28. 5 out of 5

    Elizabeth C Smith

    I usually get more out of Joyce's book so my 2 star is based in comparison to her other books. I usually get more out of Joyce's book so my 2 star is based in comparison to her other books.

  29. 5 out of 5

    antony

    How to press on from exactly where you are now Great book, pragmatic, straight to the point, helpful and lot’s of biblical references. The author does a great job of dealing with our human habit of being worried and concerned over things, of making mountains out of molehills. From the beginning you are learning how to use your concerns to draw closer to the Lord, and to see the places in your life where your independence is not the strength that you think it is. This is s really useful book for anyo How to press on from exactly where you are now Great book, pragmatic, straight to the point, helpful and lot’s of biblical references. The author does a great job of dealing with our human habit of being worried and concerned over things, of making mountains out of molehills. From the beginning you are learning how to use your concerns to draw closer to the Lord, and to see the places in your life where your independence is not the strength that you think it is. This is s really useful book for anyone who wants to press on to the higher calling. This is a book for the everyday anxiety and worry. If you are someone with serious or clinical emotional or psychological issues you should certainly be seeking professional help along with reading a book like this. I am always impressed by this authors ability to speak directly to people where they live. Jesus was the friend of sinners and he met them where they were in life, he didn’t expect them to be better than they were before becoming their shepherd and Lord. This author meets you where you are and helps you to press on.

  30. 4 out of 5

    Bethany Kennicutt

    If you don’t emerge a better, healthier person after reading this book, you were either half-asleep or thinking about how much it could help someone else! Each chapter is teeming with practical advice about how to decrease personal fear, worry, and doubt. This material will not only help readers to identify personal areas that are weighing them down but will effectively jump start them with specific solutions. The path to a lighter, more care-free life is shown not only by tried-and-true methods If you don’t emerge a better, healthier person after reading this book, you were either half-asleep or thinking about how much it could help someone else! Each chapter is teeming with practical advice about how to decrease personal fear, worry, and doubt. This material will not only help readers to identify personal areas that are weighing them down but will effectively jump start them with specific solutions. The path to a lighter, more care-free life is shown not only by tried-and-true methods of emotional healing, but through Joyce’s own personal life examples. She candidly shares her own history of abuse, anxiety, and depression that will leave many people shocked. Most everyone has suffered in one way or another, but Joyce is unique in that she has actually turned her heart ache to joy. She makes it apparent that her source of joy is found in Christ and includes extensive Scriptural support throughout her book

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