The Anxiety Club

Written by Demetria Zinga

“How am I going to make it? What am I going to do? Where will we getrepparttar money?”

Do these questions sound familiar to you? Are they perhaps, questions you’ve asked recently? Then welcome torepparttar 147938 club. I call itrepparttar 147939 Anxiety Club. We’ve all been part of that club at some point in our lives. There are moments when bills need to be paid, butrepparttar 147940 money is no where to be found. Situations occur in our lives, and we have to make really tough decisions that affect everyone involved. Sometimes we don’t see that light atrepparttar 147941 end ofrepparttar 147942 tunnel and we feel trapped. So I’ve asked, “What do I do? What do I say? How will I solve this problem?” and last but not least, “God, are you there?”

The Anxiety Club always has a way of making you pay your dues even before you decide to discontinue your membership. You’ll pay through your emotions, your health, and spiritual well being. Anxiety and worry causes undue stress, not to mention a myriad of other negative things it does to your nervous system. By joiningrepparttar 147943 club, you could end up be an emotional wreck, and spiritually depleted of your joy, energy, and enthusiasm for serving Christ.

So you want out ofrepparttar 147944 club? “But how do I get out?” you say. I mean, it’s one thing to wish yourself into a peaceful state of mind, butrepparttar 147945 reality of it is, you STILL have bills that are unpaid. Life still goes on. Okay, true, butrepparttar 147946 words of our Savior sum it all up: “Do not worry about our life, what you will eat or what you will drink; nor about your body, what you will put on. Is not life more than food andrepparttar 147947 body more than clothing? …Which of you by worrying can add one cubit to his stature…?” In other words, worrying will not makerepparttar 147948 situation better. Here’s a GREAT, practical solution torepparttar 147949 problems we face: “Have faith in God…”, quoted byrepparttar 147950 Savior Himself.

I Live

Written by Demetria Zinga

By Demetria Zinga

I stood still Inwardly fighting All that I had was taken away My heart as stone, cold as ice Another man’s paradise Was my tomb.

I died. Inwardly fighting I thought never to see a brighter day I thought to recoil within my shell Forever my mind relivedrepparttar hell Of another man’s paradise My death. My tomb.


I feltrepparttar 147937 heat of a light so bright Bursting its flame upon my life Giving me energy, giving me life Giving me strength for another fight

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