Great Sermon! A wonderful sermon to remind us of how we can find an answer to all our problems through God's word. Thank you for explaining it all so clearly and turning us
to our Father in heaven. So often we just
look to our own feeble efforts.
A Must Listen Everyone has a time in their lives when worry/anxiety/fear seems to take over. For me it has tried so many times. This teaching on worry is an eye-opener and has helped relieve my stress almost immediately.Focusing on the Lord is the key to it. Knowing Him and His attributes will wipe away all worry.
from Duncan, SC
Wonderful Message! I have been going through a very deep valley. This message was very encouraging to me because I have been consumed with worry. Thanks for helping me to get my eyes focused on God and the importance of trusting Him.
from Buffalo, ny
Great Sermon! Linked to this podcast from embracing home. Recommend this site as well
Anxiety/Worry is TAKING OVER my life. I will keep listening
Derin Madojutimi (11/7/2010)
Great Sermon! like it was today. sure the word of God is ever green.
Thr sermon is really for me..bcos God love me. i have lost all things as a result of anxiety of life, needs, position using my effort.
Thank God for this message and I'm pray it contunually work in me for God glory and honour.
Great Sermon! This sermon is spot on with everyday life. I feel doubt all the time, second guessing, and following others because my fear pushes my confidence to the ground. Anxiety fills my head with thick concern and worry. It is hard to feel joy when fear is dense. God has me in his hand, but I don't have him in my heart. I open my heart to you Lord.. AMEN!
Eren Mckay (10/30/2009)
Wonderfully inspired sermon Thank you so much for preaching God's Word - truly a blessed sermon. I'm going to add the html code to my blog to share with others.
May H (4/21/2008)
Thank you, Dr. Berg! Malachi 2:6-7: "True instruction was in his mouth, and no wrong was found in his lips. He walked with me in peace and uprightness, and he turned many from iniquity. For the lips of a priest should guard knowledge, and men should seek instruction from his mouth, for he is a messenger from the Lord of hosts."
I really appreciate Dr. Berg's message and the hope it offers.
Emily Shearouse (6/23/2007)
Christopher W. Butler (8/29/2005)
I needed that!!!! It seems like i have been living with anxiety for years. Once i read the chapter and verse 4, 4:9. and started rejoiceing in the lord its like my fear started melting away. Thank you jesus!!!!!
Jessica Dawson (7/16/2005)
Great Sermon! This powerful sermon hit home for me, worry and fear have been a stronghold in my life. Jim Berg helps us to understand that when we worry about problems, or possible problems, we are only creating new ones. Worry comes from a lack of trust in God, worry creates health and emotional problems. Jesus said to His disciples, "why do doubts arise in your hearts?" Indeed, why do doubts arise in our hearts! Thank you Pastor Berg for wonderful sermon!
from Corona, California
Great Sermon! A great reminder to replace the misguided obsessions of our mind with a new adoration of God and his teaching.
Tracie Hall (8/9/2004)
from Wilmington, NC
Great Sermon! I have never heard such an eye-opening explanation of how we struggle with anxiety and how to ward it off and receive God's peace! So insightful!
I received so much peace of mind just listening to the hope presented in this message. In all of our getting we must get understanding; then we can move with Christ toward the solution!
Bill McCoy (3/21/2004)
from York, Pennsylvania
Great Sermon - Very Comforting! Comforting in time of need to know that God will lift our anxiety if we put our trust in Him. Our God is so good!
from New Zealand
Great Sermon! Very Challenging. Thank you. Wonderful to be able to access such material so easily.
Larry Foxx (10/13/2003)
from Downingtown, Pennsylvania
Insightful Sermon! Take 30 minutes to listen to this message. Worry is an subtle enemy - if we really believe God is truly God, why do we lay in bed at night worrying about the uncertainties in life?
Jim Berg has served for forty years in a variety of positions at BJU, both as an administrator and as faculty. He has published eleven books and workbooks and numerous articles in Christian periodicals on biblical discipleship and leadership development. In 2010, Berg and his...