Overcoming Fear, Worry, & Anxiety by Elyse Fitzpatrick

Overcoming Fear, Worry, and Anxiety: Becoming A Woman of Faith and ConfidenceimageOvercoming Fear, Worry, and Anxiety: Becoming A Woman of Faith and Confidence by Elyse Fitzpatrick
My rating: 5 of 5 stars


Fear. Worry. Anxiety. These things are very real in many of our lives. For some of us they are greater challenges than for others. But no matter what level you are at in battling this deadly trio in your life this book by Elyse Fitzpatrick will equip you with Scripture that will show you how and enable you to overcome.

I appreciated this book personally because Elyse breaks it into three practical sections – Understanding Your Fears, The Source of Your Fears, & God’s Answers to Your Fears – and then simply, yet deeply digs into God’s Word and how it applies to these sins. You will walk away with a better understanding of how fear and worry affect your life and how applying the truth of Scripture will help you gain victory. My favorite chapter was chapter 8 which explains in easy-to-understand terms how a solid theology base is the staring point to overcoming fear, worry, and anxiety. Questions like, “Can God free me from fear?, are answered and straight-forward practical help is offered in every chapter. And Elyse will also help you see how fear is often times the symptom of something else you are struggling through.

I highly encourage anyone – man or woman – who has ever struggled little or much with these three areas to read this book. And maybe you don’t think it applies to you, but reading it will help you to have compassion on and help others who do struggle with these areas. And quiet honestly, I don’t think anyone can read this book without becoming convicted of something in their life! Elyse doesn’t dance around the issue, but gets directly to the heart of the matter and offers both help and hope to her readers.

2 Responses to Overcoming Fear, Worry, & Anxiety by Elyse Fitzpatrick

  1. Amy W February 1, 2012 at #

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