FREED FROM CRIPPLING FEAR

In 1998 I was living in upstate New York. One morning I attended a service at the Methodist church in my community. The minister asked the congregation if they felt blessed or stressed. She then went on to share how she had learned that stress can play a large role in causing sickness. But she offered hope by sharing the Bible message, "Nothing shall separate us from the love to God" (see Rom 8:39).

The year before, I had experienced a remarkable transformation of thought that enabled me to take the upper hand when it comes to feeling stressed. Off and on for about a year, I hadn't been able to hold food down after my evening meal, and I would have chest pains. This frightened me, and I would call a Christian Science practitioner to pray with me. There was always quick relief, but a few weeks later the symptoms would recur.

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