Struck Down but Not Destroyed: Living Faithfully with Anxiety
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  • 262 Pages
  • Publisher: Independently Published
  • Publication Date: January 2020
  • ISBN: FHIBBSPIT___STRUCKDOWNBUTNOTDEST9781706119753

Struck Down but Not Destroyed: Living Faithfully with Anxiety

Hibbs, Pierce Taylor

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We all struggle with anxiety at various points in life, some of us more than others. In fact, some 40 million Americans are treated for anxiety disorders each year. Anxiety is a real and present threat. And for some of us, anxiety is a crippling condition. It strikes us down physically and spiritually. We feel isolated, weak, and hopeless.

But there is hope. When we see our anxiety in the context of our relationship with God, we can learn more about how he is using it to shape us. Rather than spending all of our time, energy, and resources trying to eliminate this alleged "weakness," we can accept the truth that anxiety is a mighty tool in the hands of God. Through it, he will do more in us that we thought possible. In the weakness of anxiety, God gives us his strength.

In Struck Down but Not Destroyed, you will learn how to

  • Turn your greatest enemy (anxiety) into your greatest asset;
  • Be confident in the spiritual purpose for your anxiety and suffering;
  • Inspect your own habits and behaviors in light of Scripture;
  • Accept your anxiety as a spiritual tool in the hands of God.

It's time for us to focus on the spiritual purposes God has for our anxiety. It's time for us to realize God's strength in our weakness. It's time for us to revel in the amazing truth that the best part of being struck down is realizing that we will never be destroyed, not with God on our side.

Pierce Taylor Hibbs (1985 - ) is a Christian writer and teacher. He is the award-winning author of Theological English, and has also written more popular works on theology such as Finding God in the Ordinary, The Speaking Trinity, and Struck Down but Not Destroyed. He has written extensively on the nature of language and its relation to God and draws on this background to help readers find God in the ordinary moments of life and to combat spiritual trials such as anxiety disorders. He writes regularly at piercetaylorhibbs.com.
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We all struggle with anxiety at various points in life, some of us more than others. In fact, some 40 million Americans are treated for anxiety disorders each year. Anxiety is a real and present threat. And for some of us, anxiety is a crippling condition. It strikes us down physically and spiritually. We feel isolated, weak, and hopeless.

But there is hope. When we see our anxiety in the context of our relationship with God, we can learn more about how he is using it to shape us. Rather than spending all of our time, energy, and resources trying to eliminate this alleged "weakness," we can accept the truth that anxiety is a mighty tool in the hands of God. Through it, he will do more in us that we thought possible. In the weakness of anxiety, God gives us his strength.

In Struck Down but Not Destroyed, you will learn how to

  • Turn your greatest enemy (anxiety) into your greatest asset;
  • Be confident in the spiritual purpose for your anxiety and suffering;
  • Inspect your own habits and behaviors in light of Scripture;
  • Accept your anxiety as a spiritual tool in the hands of God.

It's time for us to focus on the spiritual purposes God has for our anxiety. It's time for us to realize God's strength in our weakness. It's time for us to revel in the amazing truth that the best part of being struck down is realizing that we will never be destroyed, not with God on our side.

Pierce Taylor Hibbs (1985 - ) is a Christian writer and teacher. He is the award-winning author of Theological English, and has also written more popular works on theology such as Finding God in the Ordinary, The Speaking Trinity, and Struck Down but Not Destroyed. He has written extensively on the nature of language and its relation to God and draws on this background to help readers find God in the ordinary moments of life and to combat spiritual trials such as anxiety disorders. He writes regularly at piercetaylorhibbs.com.
  • Cover Type:
  • 262 Pages
  • Publisher: Independently Published
  • Publication Date: January 2020
  • ISBN: FHIBBSPIT___STRUCKDOWNBUTNOTDEST9781706119753