All Stressed up With no Where to Go by Ernest Easley

All Stressed up With no Where to Go
Dr. Ernest L. Easley
II Corinthians 7:4-7

Now join me tonight in the book of 2 Corinthians chapter 7. Some of you are still in the process of discovering how practical the Bible is. God's given it to us and preserved it all these years to help meet every need that we have.

This morning we learned what to do with our guilt and now tonight .. we're going to learn what to do with our stress!

I read some time ago about a lady who called her Pastor one day and said, "Pastor, I tried all day Monday to reach you and I couldn't." "Well," he said, "Monday is my day off. I was resting. I took a day off to regroup."

She said, "Well, the Devil never takes time off." He said, 'Yes, that's true. And if I didn't take a day off then I would be just like the Devil."

Now .. I'd call that stress management! Friend .. if you don't learn how to manage your stress ... your stress will manage you. Stress can squeeze years off your life if you don't know how to handle it.

There are so many people today .. and many of them followers of Jesus who are so tense .. running around .. so busy .. so stressed out and in such a hurry. We have a hard time being still and quiet. Our generation can be summed up in three words: Hurry .. Worry .. and Bury.

Ours is the age of stress. A mad dash and quick cash. And what goes with them is stress and that's what I want to talk to you about tonight.

"All Stressed Up With No Where To Go"
2 Corinthians 7.4-7

Now .. what do you do when you're all stressed up with no where to go? How can you overcome the stress factor? Well .. let's begin by talking about The Description of Stress ... The Destruction of stress .... The Deliverance from Stress. Now using this simple outline .. let's learn tonight what to do with our stress.

(1) THE DESCRIPTION OF STRESS.
Paul says in verse 5, "For indeed, when we came to Macedonia, our flesh had no rest, but we were troubled on every side. Outside were conflict ...


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