Are you tired of worrying?

Dr. Grant MullenChurches and Leadership, I am significant, Live fearlessly, Moods, Relationships, Uncategorized 6 Comments

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Do you find it hard to stop worrying?

Worry, fear and anxiety are some of the most common upsetting emotions that we have.

No matter how hard you try to stop it, worry just seems to sneak back into your mind.

You don’t want to be worrying but it just keeps popping up in front of your nose.

It’s so frustrating. It’s embarrassing.  It wastes so much time and energy.

We’ve all been there.

There are lots of causes of worry. It could be your upbringing, past traumas, your personality, spiritual attack or physical causes.

Is fear controlling your life?

In this week’s video I’ll tell you about a common treatable condition that keeps you anxious.

Just click on the video and come out from under the cloud of fear.

Here’s the link to the personal assessment checklist I mentioned in the video.

To live a transformed life you need to overcome worry.

Click here to see my blog post The ultimate cure for worry.

Now I want to hear from you

How do you overcome fear, worry or anxiety? Just leave your comments in the box below.

Fear, when trust is lostDo you want to stop worrying?

Are you tired of those anxious thoughts that  just won’t leave you alone?
There are 3 links in the chain of fear that you can unlock when you watch this DVD.
Say goodbye to a lifestyle of worry. Join me in healing prayers to set you free in the DVD Fear, when trust is lost. Click here for more information.

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Comments 6

  1. Grant, Your message once again is excellent, I have just remembered that I have this phobia about touching raw meat, one I have had for many years, It has improved over time, otherwise I would be continually washing my hands, I used to have my hands in very hot and soapy water, I even used to wash everything possible around me, and have to have a bath after cooking meat. Thankfully, I do not wash the car, have a bath or everything around me now, I believe Our Lord Jesus has helped me so much, but when I am out or other people touch raw meat and do not wash their hands I do struggle with that, Do you have any suggestions on how I can overcome this fear,

    Many thanks Gayle

  2. Dear:Dr. Mullen, I am glad you took usage from the book of Psalm 27. You showed us that God loved us so much that if we truly believe; We all can have a fearless trust in God that no matter what we have to do” He is with us” and will help us with our; physical, psychological, and spiritual needs and we can truly be protected, in all things that our human bodies need, but he gives us the help of the fear of the unknown that for us as believers,we get that extra pleasure that God gives us when we need medical help and attention. Claudia and John

  3. Psalm 27 is one of my favourites! I appreciate this video so much. I went to my doctor yesterday (6 weeks after starting 10mg of medication) and told her I need to feel better so we increased to 20mg. Also she noticed my blood sugar was low and I told her I felt shakey sometimes. As it turns out, I was not eating often enough because the anxiety was making my stomach sore, giving me indigestion and low appetite. I get fear rashes on my stomach and chest as well. I plan to eat or drink something every two hours or so even if it hurts because the low blood sugar was adding to my anxiety. And in 6 weeks if I’m still having fears and anxiety I will go back to my doctor for an increase in medication. Thank-you so much Dr. Grant, you are priceless and precious to us!

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