We look forward to seeing you on your next visit to the library. Find a location near you.

Anxious for Nothing: finding calm in a chaotic world
(eAudiobook)

Book Cover
Your Rating: 0 stars
Star rating for

Average user rating: 2.8 stars
User ratings:
5 star
 
(1)
4 star
 
(1)
3 star
 
(1)
2 star
 
(0)
1 star
 
(2)
Author:
Contributors:
Published:
[United States] : Thomas Nelson, 2017.
Content Description:
1 online resource (1 audio file (3hr., 35 min.)) : digital.
Status:

Description

Anxiety is at an all time high, but there's a prescription for dealing with it. Max Lucado invites readers into a study of Philippians 4:6-7 where the Apostle Paul admonishes the followers of Christ, "Do not be anxious about anything . . ." Philippians 4:6 encourages the believer to "be anxious for nothing." As Lucado states, the apostle Paul seems to leave little leeway here. "Be anxious of nothing. Nada. Zilch. Zero." What's he suggesting? That we should literally be anxious for absolutely nothing? Lucado says, "The presence of anxiety is unavoidable, but the prison of anxiety is optional. It's the life of perpetual anxiety that Paul wants to address. Don't let anything in life leave you perpetually in angst." Americans especially know about living in perpetual anxiety. According to one research program, anxiety-related issues are the number one mental health problem among women and are second only to alcohol and drug abuse among men. Stress-related ailments cost the nation $300 billion every year in medical bills and lost productivity. And use of sedative drugs like Xanax and Valium have skyrocketed in the last 15 years. Even students are feeling it. One psychologist reports that the average high school kid today has the same level of anxiety as the average psychiatric patient in the early 1950's. "The news about our anxiety is enough to make us anxious," says Lucado. But there's a prescription for dealing with it. Lucado invites readers into a study of Philippians 4:6-7, the most highlighted passage of any book on the planet, according to Amazon: Do not be anxious about anything, but in every situation, by prayer and petition, with thanksgiving, present your requests to God. And the peace of God, which transcends all understanding, will guard your hearts and your minds in Christ Jesus. "With His help you will learn to face the calamities of life. You'll learn how to talk yourself off the ledge. Under the guidance of the Holy Spirit, you will learn to view bad news through the lens of sovereignty; to discern the lies of Satan and tell yourself the truth. You will manifest a gentleness that is evident to others. Anxiety comes with life. But it doesn't have to dominate your life.

Also in This Series

More Like This

Other Editions and Formats

More Copies In LINK+

Loading LINK+ Copies...

More Details

Format:
eAudiobook
Edition:
Unabridged.
Language:
English
ISBN:
9780718098971, 0718098978

Notes

Restrictions on Access
Instant title available through hoopla.
Participants/Performers
Read by Richard Ferrone, Ben Holland.
Description
Anxiety is at an all time high, but there's a prescription for dealing with it. Max Lucado invites readers into a study of Philippians 4:6-7 where the Apostle Paul admonishes the followers of Christ, "Do not be anxious about anything . . ." Philippians 4:6 encourages the believer to "be anxious for nothing." As Lucado states, the apostle Paul seems to leave little leeway here. "Be anxious of nothing. Nada. Zilch. Zero." What's he suggesting? That we should literally be anxious for absolutely nothing? Lucado says, "The presence of anxiety is unavoidable, but the prison of anxiety is optional. It's the life of perpetual anxiety that Paul wants to address. Don't let anything in life leave you perpetually in angst." Americans especially know about living in perpetual anxiety. According to one research program, anxiety-related issues are the number one mental health problem among women and are second only to alcohol and drug abuse among men. Stress-related ailments cost the nation $300 billion every year in medical bills and lost productivity. And use of sedative drugs like Xanax and Valium have skyrocketed in the last 15 years. Even students are feeling it. One psychologist reports that the average high school kid today has the same level of anxiety as the average psychiatric patient in the early 1950's. "The news about our anxiety is enough to make us anxious," says Lucado. But there's a prescription for dealing with it. Lucado invites readers into a study of Philippians 4:6-7, the most highlighted passage of any book on the planet, according to Amazon: Do not be anxious about anything, but in every situation, by prayer and petition, with thanksgiving, present your requests to God. And the peace of God, which transcends all understanding, will guard your hearts and your minds in Christ Jesus. "With His help you will learn to face the calamities of life. You'll learn how to talk yourself off the ledge. Under the guidance of the Holy Spirit, you will learn to view bad news through the lens of sovereignty; to discern the lies of Satan and tell yourself the truth. You will manifest a gentleness that is evident to others. Anxiety comes with life. But it doesn't have to dominate your life.
System Details
Mode of access: World Wide Web.

Reviews from GoodReads

Loading GoodReads Reviews.

Citations

APA Citation (style guide)

Lucado, M., Ferrone, R., & Holland, B. (2017). Anxious for Nothing: finding calm in a chaotic world. Unabridged. [United States], Thomas Nelson.

Chicago / Turabian - Author Date Citation (style guide)

Lucado, Max, Richard, Ferrone and Ben, Holland. 2017. Anxious for Nothing: Finding Calm in a Chaotic World. [United States], Thomas Nelson.

Chicago / Turabian - Humanities Citation (style guide)

Lucado, Max, Richard, Ferrone and Ben, Holland, Anxious for Nothing: Finding Calm in a Chaotic World. [United States], Thomas Nelson, 2017.

MLA Citation (style guide)

Lucado, Max,, et al. Anxious for Nothing: Finding Calm in a Chaotic World. Unabridged. [United States], Thomas Nelson, 2017.

Note! Citation formats are based on standards as of July 2022. Citations contain only title, author, edition, publisher, and year published. Citations should be used as a guideline and should be double checked for accuracy.

Staff View

Grouped Work ID:
9f28480c-f191-d647-e183-915eca63dd7b
Go To Grouped Work

Hoopla Extract Information

hooplaId11789322
titleAnxious for Nothing
kindAUDIOBOOK
price2.99
active1
pa0
profanity0
children0
demo0
rating
abridged0
dateLastUpdatedApr 05, 2020 08:02:58 PM

Record Information

Last File Modification TimeNov 23, 2023 02:41:44 AM
Last Grouped Work Modification TimeJun 14, 2024 09:24:23 AM

MARC Record

LEADER04122nim a22005295a 4500
001MWT11789322
003MWT
00520231027020405.0
006m     o  h        
007sz zunnnnnuned
007cr nnannnuuuua
008231027o2017    xxunnn eo      z  n eng d
020 |a 9780718098971 |q (sound recording : hoopla Audio Book)
020 |a 0718098978 |q (sound recording : hoopla Audio Book)
02842 |a MWT11789322
029 |a https://d2snwnmzyr8jue.cloudfront.net/hpc_9780718098971_180.jpeg
037 |a 11789322 |b Midwest Tape, LLC |n http://www.midwesttapes.com
040 |a Midwest |e rda
099 |a eAudiobook hoopla
1001 |a Lucado, Max, |e author.
24510 |a Anxious for Nothing : |b finding calm in a chaotic world |h [electronic resource] / |c Max Lucado.
250 |a Unabridged.
2641 |a [United States] : |b Thomas Nelson, |c 2017.
2642 |b Made available through hoopla
300 |a 1 online resource (1 audio file (3hr., 35 min.)) : |b digital.
336 |a spoken word |b spw |2 rdacontent
337 |a computer |b c |2 rdamedia
338 |a online resource |b cr |2 rdacarrier
344 |a digital |h digital recording |2 rda
347 |a data file |2 rda
506 |a Instant title available through hoopla.
5111 |a Read by Richard Ferrone, Ben Holland.
520 |a Anxiety is at an all time high, but there's a prescription for dealing with it. Max Lucado invites readers into a study of Philippians 4:6-7 where the Apostle Paul admonishes the followers of Christ, "Do not be anxious about anything . . ." Philippians 4:6 encourages the believer to "be anxious for nothing." As Lucado states, the apostle Paul seems to leave little leeway here. "Be anxious of nothing. Nada. Zilch. Zero." What's he suggesting? That we should literally be anxious for absolutely nothing? Lucado says, "The presence of anxiety is unavoidable, but the prison of anxiety is optional. It's the life of perpetual anxiety that Paul wants to address. Don't let anything in life leave you perpetually in angst." Americans especially know about living in perpetual anxiety. According to one research program, anxiety-related issues are the number one mental health problem among women and are second only to alcohol and drug abuse among men. Stress-related ailments cost the nation $300 billion every year in medical bills and lost productivity. And use of sedative drugs like Xanax and Valium have skyrocketed in the last 15 years. Even students are feeling it. One psychologist reports that the average high school kid today has the same level of anxiety as the average psychiatric patient in the early 1950's. "The news about our anxiety is enough to make us anxious," says Lucado. But there's a prescription for dealing with it. Lucado invites readers into a study of Philippians 4:6-7, the most highlighted passage of any book on the planet, according to Amazon: Do not be anxious about anything, but in every situation, by prayer and petition, with thanksgiving, present your requests to God. And the peace of God, which transcends all understanding, will guard your hearts and your minds in Christ Jesus. "With His help you will learn to face the calamities of life. You'll learn how to talk yourself off the ledge. Under the guidance of the Holy Spirit, you will learn to view bad news through the lens of sovereignty; to discern the lies of Satan and tell yourself the truth. You will manifest a gentleness that is evident to others. Anxiety comes with life. But it doesn't have to dominate your life.
538 |a Mode of access: World Wide Web.
6500 |a Anxiety.
6500 |a Christian life.
6500 |a Emotions.
6500 |a Inspiration.
6500 |a Phobias.
6500 |a Religion.
6500 |a Religious life.
6500 |a Self-help.
7001 |a Ferrone, Richard, |e reader.
7001 |a Holland, Ben, |e reader.
7102 |a hoopla digital.
85640 |u https://www.hoopladigital.com/title/11789322?utm_source=MARC&Lid=hh4435 |z Instantly available on hoopla.
85642 |z Cover image |u https://d2snwnmzyr8jue.cloudfront.net/hpc_9780718098971_180.jpeg