Calm My Anxious Heart: A Woman's Guide to Finding by Linda Dillow

By Linda Dillow

Although we wish to be content material and belief God, we will be able to nonetheless suppose crushed by means of worry.Filled with encouragement and sensible aid for overcoming anxiousness, this 12-session religious study for ladies explains what God says approximately contentment and gives how you can use it on day-by-day life.• 12 periods

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I often felt claustrophobic there. The shopping is great, but only at certain times because of the hordes of people. Every day is like the day before Christmas. Bargains do exist on Fa Yuen Street, but I had to search through piles of clothing to find them, and then I couldn’t try anything on. I always carried a tape measure in my purse. The problem was, in order to use the measuring tape correctly I had to measure my hips — something I hadn’t done in years! Not fun. The climate is sunny, but it’s also very humid.

I once read a revealing story about such a woman. Rachel was not satisfied with the frame God built for her. She was sure her physical and emotional disabilities, her lack of abilities, were a cross she had to bear. She wished she could choose another frame. One night as she slept, she dreamed she was led to a place where many frames lay, frames of all sizes and shapes. She discovered a beautiful frame, inlaid with jewels and gold. “Oh, this one will be perfect for me,” she cried. So Rachel hung the heavy jeweled frame over her body.

This may sound strange, but I think he’s right. We women analyze, scrutinize, and compare to see how we stack up to the supermodel in her skimpy bathing suit. I never come out looking very good. When we compare ourselves with others, we’re told we are without understanding. The Living Bible says we are “stupid ” (2 Corinthians 10:12). Several years ago I read an article by the Reverend James Hufstetler that put the comparison game in perspective. 2 God wants each of us to praise Him for His workmanship in creating us.

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