“The Lord is near. Be anxious for nothing, but in everything, by prayer and petition, with thanksgiving, present your requests to God. And the peace of God, which surpasses all understanding, will guard your hearts and your minds in Christ Jesus” (Phil 4:5-7)
By the grace of God I am a medical doctor by profession and a pastor by calling! Please read, meditate and pray about this information! During this lockdown many people battle with anxiety. My desire is to help you! Anxiety is a common feeling. it is an uncomfortable feeling of nervousness or worry about something that is happening or might happen in the future. When anxious, you see the future as dangerous! Anxiety is your body’s natural response to stress. It’s a feeling of fear about what’s to come. These are some examples of situations that can make you anxious: the first day of school, going to a job interview, giving a speech in public, being alone in a crowd, flying, your boss or pastor is calling you, you lose your job, going to see the doctor or the dentist…
Anxiety disorders are characterized by a variety of symptoms.
One of the most common is excessive worrying that disrupts daily functioning. You cannot be calm and you cannot stay focused! Because of worrying, you can’t work well! Other signs include agitation, restlessness (you feel like getting up and leaving the room), fatigue, difficulty concentrating, irritability, tense muscles, trouble sleeping, social situations.
Don’t ignore anxiety! It is normal to be anxious but not over-anxious. When anxiety interferes with your prayer life, you reading the Bible or your worship, then it may be empowered by a demon. Fast three days! Pray asking God for mercy and deliverance! Pray for the courage and faith to confront that demon! Pray that the Holy Spirit reveals to you the entrance of this demon! You must ‘see’ the past door of entrance because the demon must leave thru exactly the same door! Pray in tongues! Be ready for freedom! God is with you! This is the time for your deliverance and victory! I testify that for more than 20 years I am ‘anxiety free’! This is the truth! God has delivered me from this spiritual poison! God can also do it for you! The Lord is near!!! Jesus Christ is Lord!!!!
I have social anxiety, when I go out I only speak when spoken to..
This really makes it difficult to share the Gospel..
I did hand out tracts for some time, I would ask if they would like one..
Anxiety in all it’s forms can keep you from your destiny in Jesus Christ..
Please offer up a prayer for those in need of a sound mind!
Thank you so much.
God Bless you and the family.
Dear Mary Ann, Thank you for opening your heart at the painful area. This is courage pushing forth, coming from behind your weakness! My suggestion is that you become desperate enough to seek deliverance. I think that you help others more than you help yourself. That is not good! God answers prayers and especially the desperate ones. I prayed for freedom from the demon of anxiety because I needed to stand and preach in the church. My husband and I started a church 20 years ago. He told me that I cannot afford to stay ‘shy and private’. I panicked… To stand before people and preach or sing… to me that is a ‘horror movie’ … In Nigeria they speak English. When I came to Nigeria in 1980, I could not speak English at all. I still have a foreign accent.. I could work as a medical doctor because I do not need much speaking… but as a preacher!!!!! I was desperate … My husband does not have this problem. He is not shy in public like me. I was alone with my problem. Then I threw myself at the feet of Jesus and I ask for mercy and help. He then baptized me with the Holy Spirit. That was His answer and His cure! Halleluiah! I pray you do the same! God does not love me more than He loves you! Fast three days and pray only for this problem! Let’s see what God will do! You can never lose! You can only win! From my heart to yours, from across the ocean, I send love to you!
Thank you Silvia,
And thank God he healed you!
You have wonderful messages to share.
Thank you Mary Ann. Whatever good thing you see in me, feel free to share from it!