What does the bible say about mental stress?

Every day has enough problems on its own. I often use a notebook to write down my daily activities. Marking them one by one as they are finished gives me peace. If I haven't completed all of the items on the list, I've learned to remind myself that I can continue with the list the next day.

However, I still get stressed out if everything I intended to complete that day isn't done. Instead of focusing on what I achieved, I tend to focus on what wasn't finished. Do I feel full of sin when panic attacks appear? No. I know that this is a medical condition that, like many other people, I have to deal with by seeking help.

Jesus knew how people lived. Some believed and others didn't. It gave many opportunities for people to have a relationship with God. Observe the beauty of God's creations.

There's nothing to be ashamed of asking a professional for help. Let your loved ones know that you're struggling with worry and stress. Make note cards with verses from the Scriptures about trust in God. Place those cards in a place where you can see them every day.

The anxiety discussed in this passage translates into worry in other versions of the Bible (HCSB, NIV, NKJV, NASB). It's important to note that Jesus doesn't condemn the chemical imbalance of anxiety disorders in the brain (read what the Bible says about anxiety). Out of 412 teenagers and unearthing little-known horror movies from the 2000s, she works as an independent development editor and procurement consultant while comforting her clingy feline plant, Faust, from the anxiety of existence. Visit the Bible online to search for words if you don't know the specific passage you're looking for.

Today, many people struggle to overcome a past of abuse, mental health problems (and the stigma that comes with it), and enormous family tragedies. All quotes from the Scriptures, unless otherwise indicated, are taken from The Holy Bible, the standard version in English. Add that parents push for perfect grades or perfect behavior, in addition to peer pressure to keep up with all the trends, parties and opinions, then it's no wonder that so many people have physical and mental problems stemming from stress.

Reginald Thomson
Reginald Thomson

Reverend Thomson is a pastor and Bible scholar with over 10 years of experience in ministry and biblical studies. He holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Religious Studies, a Master of Divinity degree. As a Bible scholar, Rev Thomson has published numerous articles and books on various topics in biblical studies, including hermeneutics, exegesis, and biblical theology. He is widely respected for his expertise in the original languages of the Bible, and he is frequently invited to speak at conferences and seminars on biblical scholarship. He loves working with his church youth group. He is a frequent guest on the Scripture for Todaypodcast.

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