In this compact adaptation of Be Anxious for Nothing, number-one New York Times best-selling author Joyce Meyer shows listeners how to rid themselves of worry and fear by drawing on the peace of God.
Difficult times are part of living in this world. However, God has provided a way for us to enjoy peace as part daily life. We can choose either to allow ourselves to be burdened with worry and anxiety or to live in the peace and joy that God wants for our lives. Joyce Meyer shows how to rely on God's strength during difficult circumstances by revealing the nature of God's peace as found in scripture. She explains how to trade anxiety for joy, develop a childlike attitude of faith, and give our worries to the Lord.
©2016 Joyce Meyer (P)2016 Hachette Audio
Retired bookkeeper, married, Mom of 2, two granddaughters. Love cozy mysteries.
I've listened to this book all the way through 3 times in the last day or two, and I will undoubtedly listen again very soon - probably as soon as I finish writing this review! This book is very comforting when going through a tough time. I encourage you to check the chapter titles on Amazon.
Jodi Carlisle's voice is comforting, too. (To me, she sounds a bit like Joyce!)
I Adore this book... I have made one changes in my life and way of thinking. I am learning to live without stress and anxiety.. I thank You Joyce Meyer, for such amazing experience. And as to the narrator, She is gorgeous and inspiring with her voice ..Thank you too.
"excellent God is good!"
yes because i think that it is important to have peace in your christian life
getting along because it can cause worry when you are not getting along with people
yes i felt peaceful
it is important to read the word of God for peace and restoration
"We can live worry-free lives in spite of pressures all around"
A cut-to-the-chase, matter-of-fact and easy to understand typical Joyce Meyer book.
We have to forcibly and intentionally get out of anxiety. Filled with real life examples and biblically based. Joy and peace!
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