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Beat Stress


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In one of my ebooks, 10 Reasons Why Some People are Under Constant Stress an Pressure, I talk about ways we can beat stress in our lives. I decided to write this book last year, because I know what it's like to operate in stress. I was in a dark place several times in my life, because of life's issues and circumstances, yet God sustained me and He will sustain everyone who calls on the name of the Lord -- the ones who want to be saved by Him. Romans 10:13 tells us that. Not only will God save us from eternal hell, but He will continue to "save" us from the things we call on Him to help us with. His resources are abundant and never run out, so call on Him whenever you need Him. And establish a long lasting relationship with Him. That way you will be able to hear His voice and that will enable you to get through through things faster.

In my ebook, I outline 10 things I did that helped me in those dark times. Of course reaching out to God was definitely the first, but there were also other things, like reading His word often, seeking Godly/wise Christians for spiritual support, praying without ceasing, and listening to inspirational messages. Those are just a few of the things I did that got me through those rough and tough roads.

God was there for me and He has no problem being there for you either. If He did it before He can do it again. You can beat stress if you so desire. You just have to put a few things in practice in order to do so. You can do it.
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