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Be Anxious For Noting – part 5 – Root #4 – Impatience with Music

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Be Anxious For Nothing – part 5 – Root # 4 – Impatience
Scritpure: Isa. 30:1-5; 15 – 18
  Do you ever feel in your spirit – I’m in a hurry but God isn’t!  Do you struggle like most of us to wait even a short time for anything?  It is amazing how much our anxiety comes from our impatience with others, ourselves, and God.  Today we will look at one of the classic issues faced by Israel in the Old Testament and how the prophet Isaiah was used to explain to them the problem of impatience and the heart that God is wiating to show them. 
I have included a worship song by our praise team at the end if you are interested led by our worship leader Micah Williams. 
The outline is attached with the bulletin in the resources section.

Be Anxious for Nothing (Philippians 4:6,7)

  We live in a world of chaos and our modern technology has not proven to simply our lives as much as it has proven to complicate our daily existence by constant contact with the troubles, fears, and strife of life around the world. We as Christians are called to a different lifestyle than the world.  We are called to PEACE not worry!  However, the church is filled to brim with worriers and they find the reality that worry destroys relationships, visions, and personal health.  How can we choose peace?  How can we defeat the enemy of anxiety?  In the next few sermons in this series, we take the Biblical command seriously to “Be anxious for nothing” and we will discuss what the bible says about how we can defeat anxiety as a way of life in all of us.
Series overview:
1.  TheRealization – that we don’t have to live a life of anxiety!  We are called to peace!
2.  The Roots – the first thing that we do when anxiety rises in us is to identify the root of the anxiety. When we know where it is coming from, we can direct our minds and hearts in prayer and proclamation in THAT area.
3.  The Results – Our choices have consequences!  When we choose anxiety over peace, we have chosen to go against the Biblical command and the results are devistating to our personal spiritual relationship with Christ, our relationships with others, our productivity as a person, and our joy and peace in general.
4.  The Remedy – We come full circle back to the theme verse in Philippians 4:6,7 and we see that there is specific things that we MUST do if we want to turn the tide of anxiety! We choose peace – then we must make the necessary choices that follow that to bring God’s promises and God’s Spirit into bear on our minds and hearts. 

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