Living in the Eye of the Storm

 

The subtitles for this teaching are Peace In Earth (that earth would be you) and Sleeping Through The Storm and “Oh, well…” or “Oh, hell!” You do not need to hear this teaching unless you are a human Christian living on the earth. If you do fall into this category, you can’t afford to miss it.

John Lynn is doing this teaching primarily because he needs to hear it. This most practical exposition of the Word opens with 1 Peter 4:1-2 as it is poignantly translated in The Message. John defines “stress” in both engineering and physiological terms, and goes into the Word to see how Jesus, David, and Paul dealt with great stress, and how we can do likewise.

God’s Word proposes worship as an antidote to worry and stress, and new brain imaging techniques show evidence of worship having a positive effect on the brain and therefore on the rest of the body. We can learn how to “faith the facts.” Some keys to doing so: Being consumed with Jesus Christ, both his love for you and your love for him. Being giddy with thanksgiving to God. Reveling in the challenge of trusting God, knowing His fervent desire to bring you His best.

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