Calm My Anxious Heart: A Woman's Guide to Finding ContentmentLinda DillowNavPress / 2007 / Trade Paperback$10.49 Retail:4.5 Stars Out Of 5 86 Reviews
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Bunny5 Stars Out Of 5calmed my anxious heartApril 28, 2018BunnyQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5Years ago, this book was my lifeline to gaining a better perspective on my life. My best friend and I read through this book together, and I can honestly say it helped me to stop worrying about things that were not in my control. By nature, I am not a worry wart, however, I was struggling through a few situations that made me worry. So I decided to read the book, and about the same time, my friend was undergoing some trials, as well. I would say it was the best book to read to calm one's heart. To this day, I recommend this book to anyone who is anxious or worried.
jamie5 Stars Out Of 5helped me through the unimaginableJuly 21, 2016jamieQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5what an amazing book!! I received this book two weeks before I found out that my daughter had a fatal form of dwarfism I was 26 weeks pregnant with her. the lord gave me this book to find contentment to know that he was in complete control of our life thank you Jesus for my sweet Trixie and thank you for allowing me to grow closer to you my sweet baby only live 6 hours after birth
Tiny5 Stars Out Of 5HelpfulMarch 5, 2015TinyThis is a very helpful book. It explores ways to find contentment, and the author gives many examples from Scripture, from her own life and the lives of others.
Susan Denmon1 Stars Out Of 5Calm My Anxious HeartAugust 29, 2014Susan DenmonQuality: 1Value: 1Meets Expectations: 1Before you choose this book for a Bible study, read the stories entitled "Sobbing in a New York Airport" on page 125 and "My Crooked Situation" on page 194.
Our study leader didn't even discuss Chapter 12 because of the choice she and her husband made keeping their children in an evil environment. (You must read to believe it!) The subject of the chapter was asking "Why" things happen. It is a no-brainer why the bad things happened!
On page 125, I was so sad for Linda's daughter! Linda left her daughter ALONE when she had an allergic reaction to her seizure medication!! What parent would do that??? It seemed that Linda made this story about her - being "poor me".
In Chapter 10, Linda tells us to write down "what is the worst that can possibly happen"!! Everyone in the class refused to go there. That is SO opposite of what Jesus wants us to do.
We need to read God's Holy Word and pray for discernment about what He wants us to study. Just because someone publishes a book doesn't mean it is inspired by God.
JudiCanadaAge: 55-65Gender: Female5 Stars Out Of 5Worth ReadingAugust 27, 2014JudiCanadaAge: 55-65Gender: FemaleQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5So glad my friend told me about this book. I find it to be helpful, and highly recommend it!