anxiety fills the air part 2

Since I finished my last blog on anxiety, I have had two more opinions come across my desk that have provoked me.  Just today I read a devotional that really induced anxiety.  It said, “My children tend to accept worry as an inescapable fact of life.  However, worry is a form of unbelief.  It is anathema to me.” Now most of the time I really enjoy this devotional, but I felt kind of gobsmacked by those words.  It seems to me that the author is missing the non-volitional part of… Continue reading anxiety fills the air part 2