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Hope in an anxious world

Help and hope from the Bible when you feel anxious.

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Whether mildly, moderately or severely, feeling anxious is something most of us experience at some point in our lives. At its core, it’s a fear—a sense of worry or tension—about what is or what might occur, but it’s not one that helps. It drags us down—it doesn’t enable us to thrive—and it leaves us unequipped for the day ahead.

This short, sympathetic and warm book will help both Christian and non-Christian readers understand anxiety better, learn some useful techniques to cope with it and, most importantly, show how the living God can liberate us from its grip.

Whether you are used to reading about God or not even sure if he really exists (or if he cares about your anxiety in any meaningful way), this book has precious words of encouragement for you.

“As you read, it is my prayer that you will come to see real hope and take the first few steps in a lifetime of change.” Helen Thorne, author.

Ideal for giving away to those who are feeling anxious—whether Christian or non-Christian.

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Contents

Section One: An Anxious World
1. Living the Dream?
2. Living in the Real World
3. Living Day by Day
4. Living for More
Section Two: Hope in the Face of Anxiety’s Lies
5. Lie #1: I’m All Alone
6. Lie #2: Everything Is Out of Control
7. Lie #3: I Have No Way of Knowing Where to Turn
8. Lie #4: I Can’t Carry On
9. Lie #5: This Is All My Fault
10. Lie #6: There’s No Hope for Me

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Weight0.103 kg
Dimensions17.15 × 10.8 × 1.27 cm
Book Author/s

Helen Thorne

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ISBN

9781784986261

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Pages

112

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About the Author
Helen Thorne

Helen Thorne

Helen Thorne is Director of Training and Resources at Biblical Counselling UK and an experienced counsellor. She formerly worked with London City Mission and has written Purity is Possible, Walking with Domestic Abuse Suffers and 5 Things to Pray for Your City. She attends Dundonald Church in Raynes Park, London.
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