Overcoming anxiety in peace with God

5 Biblical Ways To Overcoming Anxiety

Anxiety is a real mental health issue, and it’s hard to live with. It can make you feel like you are not good enough, or that you might be sicker than you think. No matter what you think, there are some biblical ways to overcome it.

God wants to use your strengths to bring hope and healing to the world despite fear and anxiety. You are also one of the most passionate, entrepreneurial, and compassionate generations in history, in spite of the anxiety with which young people today live.

So how can we take back control over our lives? What does God say about anxiety? And how can we use the power of faith to overcome it? Let’s go over how to get started!

Jesus is the solution of anxiety.

1. Talk to someone trusted or a medical professional

Anxiety is a difficult burden to bear. And it’s important to remember that you are not alone. You can start overcoming it by seeking help from a trusted adult or medical professional. We believe that God works through the wisdom of people, counselors, and doctors to help us find healing in our lives. We are all part of the body of Christ, and we should be there to support one another.

If you’re struggling with anxiety, open up about the anxiety you’re feeling to the people who care about you and ask for prayer. Don’t wait for them to ask what’s going on. Have the courage to go first. You’ll find that you’re more than capable of overcoming this. When you confess with others, as the bible said, you are healed.

“Therefore, confess your sins to one another and pray for one another, that you may be healed. The prayer of a righteous person has great power as it is working.” James 5:16

2. Recognize the source of your anxiety

Anxiety is a feeling of worry, nervousness, and unease. But for some people, anxiety is something more serious: it can cause debilitating symptoms like panic attacks and depression. It’s important to know that there are ways to overcome anxiety—and the second step is recognizing its source.

You should consider what causes your anxiety. Maybe it’s the jealousy in your relationships, the fear of the future, or health issues. Whatever the source of your anxiety may be, bring those worries to God in prayer. Ask him for wisdom and guidance on how to handle it.
When you’re ready to take action on your own behalf, and once you’ve done that work on yourself, let God take over with his part in helping you move forward into living a life without fear!

3. Spend time with God through Worship

When you’re feeling anxious, music can be a great way to shift your mood. Try listening to worship music that you enjoy.

God’s word is powerful, and the Bible says that songs about the Lord and His kingdom give people “heavenly gladness from the holy and blessed influence” of heaven. It can lift even evil people outside themselves to feel heavenly sweetness.

When Jesus was about to face one of his most difficult trials, he sang a hymn. Paul tells us to “be filled with the Spirit, speaking to one another in psalms and hymns and spiritual songs, singing and making melody in your heart to the Lord.”

4. Seek God’s peace through Prayer

This is the most important thing you can do! God knows everything about you and your situation so it’s only right that you would pray about it. He wants to hear from you, so talk to him about anything that’s on your mind. He also has a plan for your life and he’ll help guide you through this difficult time if you let him.

In order to achieve peace, we must pray for it. Through prayer we can open our hearts and minds to God so that He may flow through us.

Prayer strengthens our relationship with God and allows us to focus on Him instead of ourselves. It also helps us get rid of anxiety and worry by allowing us to accept whatever happens without fear or hesitation.

Prayer helps us overcome anxiety by allowing us to focus on what matters most: our relationship with God. When we turn our worries over to Him, they become less threatening because we know that He has everything under control.

“Peace I leave with you; my peace I give you. Not as the world gives do I give to you. Let not your hearts be troubled, neither let them be afraid.” (John 14:27)

5. Trust that God has a good plan for our lives

In His love and wisdom, God has given us everything we need to follow Him through the dark times of our lives. He knows that when we face anxiety, fear of failure or fear of the unknown, we are tempted to rely on ourselves instead of trusting in Him. But when we put our trust in Him during those times of uncertainty and doubt, He will work His miracles in our lives!

God is always there for us—even when it doesn’t seem like it at first glance. When things don’t go exactly as planned or when someone tries to hurt us—God is still there for us! We just have to choose whether or not we’ll let go of control and let Him lead us through those situations instead.”

There are many things in life that can cause anxiety, such as financial concerns, health issues, and the threat of enemies. When these things happen, it can be difficult to know what to do. However, there is one thing that will always help us overcome anxiety: trust in God.

When we face financial difficulties or fear about our health, we need to rest in the fact that God is our provider. He will not fail us when we have faith in Him.

When we have fear of enemies or think our lives are falling apart, we need to trust that God is our protector and way maker. He will never leave us or abandon us when we place our trust in Him.


Anxiety can be a debilitating presence in your life. It can keep you up at night, ruin your day, and make it hard for you to focus on the things that matter most.

But there’s good news: God has given us everything we need to overcome anxiety. He created us with a purpose and a plan, and He wants us to live our lives in peace and love.

In Romans 15:13, Paul says, “May the God of hope fill you with all joy and peace as you trust in him.”

So next time anxiety creeps into your mind or heart—and it will—remember this truth: You have strength within you because of Christ Jesus!