Faith Trumps Fear, Anxiety, and Stress - My Daily Bible

Faith Trumps Fear, Anxiety, And Stress

Fred Foster


Keep the faith. When times are tough, you’ll often hear the phrase. We have a lot to deal with in our lives and it can seem like an uphill battle. Losing faith can be a rabbit hole of despair and it can feel like there is no light at the end of the tunnel. Faith is that light. Faith makes everything possible and is not easily explained with reason or logic. It is a feeling in your heart and soul that things are good in life, that although times are tough now, they will inevitably get better.

The importance of having faith, and keeping it is paramount to living a fulfilling and meaningful life. Sometimes we get off track and lose faith, but understanding the reasons behind why we are experiencing a lack of faith can help us regain that spark and excitement for the good things that are in store for the future.

Faith Trumps Fear, Anxiety, and Stress

It’s easy to allow stress, anxiety, and fear to run our lives. We go from moment to moment worried about one thing or another. Sometimes, those worries manifest into highly-stressful situations, causing not only mental anguish but physical problems as well. There’s a clear and documented connection between stress and the increased likelihood of disease and illness.

Fear, anxiety, and stress can take control of our lives and the next thing you know you're not making the right decisions. The mental anguish that comes from worries can become physical problems as well. Stress has been proven to be linked to disease and illness.

Faith helps keep our head above water and bring us back from the abyss. Faith is a belief that things will get better, even when things are tough at the moment. No challenge is too difficult if you put faith in yourself. You can eliminate anxiety, stress, and fear if you learn to have faith. Recall past experiences that seemed insurmountable at the time and how you overcame great challenges. Harness the willpower and improve your situation instead of ignoring your problems.