Worry (1 of 4) by Benny Perez
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Series: Toxic Emotions
We are starting a new series entitled Toxic Emotions. We must understand that emotions are not the problem but Toxic Emotions are the problem In fact God created us with the ability to experience all types of emotions. We are a triune being: Body, Soul and Spirit.
We have a physical body and a soul: mind, will and emotions and our Spirit man.
The challenge is not to be ruled by emotions but for us to rule our emotions. According to the dictionary emotions are ''a complex, usually strong subjective response…involving
physiological changes as a preparation for action.''
The problem is that many people allow their emotions to become toxic. They allow their emotions to remain unchecked and unchallenged and toxicity begins to develop. They have too much of something in their system which leads them to becoming toxic.
America is at a cross roads when it come to Toxic Emotions. People are being overloaded and don't know how to relate, release, regroup and reload after each day. Too many people even in this church are on the verge of becoming toxic.
But we have hope found in Jesus Christ and The Word of God. So lets tackle toxic emotions and get ourselves De-Tox this month.
America is a nation that is filled with worriers.
1. DEFINITION OF WORRY
Worry - Gr. Is to be drawn into different directions, distracted, a preoccupation with things that causes anxiety and stress.
A. Worry is the anxious care that comes from assuming a responsibility which we are incapable of discharging.
B. Worry is being at war with one's self.
·(Prov 12:25) An anxious heart weighs a man down, but a kind word cheers him up.
C. Worrying is choosing not to trust God.
Do not fret because of evil men or be envious of those who do wrong; … Trust in the LORD and do good; … Delight yourself in the LORD and he will give you the desires of your heart. Commit your way to the LORD; trust ...
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