- Retail Price: 12.99
- Release Date: October 2011
- Page Count: 240
- Size: 5 1/2 x 8 1/2
- Binding: Trade
- ISBN: 978-0-7369-3058-1
- Case Lot Quantity: 56
Letting Go of Worry
God's Plan for Finding Peace and Contentment
Respected author, speaker, and counselor Dr. Linda Mintle confesses that for years she believed worry was an inevitable byproduct of our modern, busy lives. But as she explored God’s Word for guidance, she discovered that worry isn’t supposed to be managed. It’s supposed to be released completely.
Through personal and biblical examples, Mintle reveals reasons and ways for readers to rethink their core beliefs as they surrender worry to God and discover
- the spiritual roots of worry
- what to do when anxious thoughts arise
- how to have peace about their health, job, money, and relationships
- practical ways to cultivate a truly worry-free life
- the biblical secret to lasting contentment
With godly instruction, Scriptures for meditation, and the hope of a renewed perspective, readers can let go of worry and embrace a transformed life of peace, forgiveness, and faith.
“This is an excellent book on how to deal with worry. More than just platitudes, Mintle gives us real, solid advice and tips on managing our anxieties and letting go of them. I recommend this book to all who worry too much and feel responsible for everyone and everything. It will definitely help lighten your load.”
“You don't need to read it cover to cover (I recommend doing so), but it is a great reference and has many chapters that you could pick up and read in how to deal with worry in certain situations. Enjoy a life free from worry and learn to embrace the challenges we face.”
“Encouragement and ways to find peace are interwoven into this book…it might help to assist you in finding peace, while strengthening your relationship with God.”
Endorsements“Dr. Linda gives us practical ideas we can use to help ourselves. You will find this book to be honest, down-to-earth, and always pointing to the truths we find in God and His Word. She shows us God’s tools for letting go of worry—that if we apply them and not just skim over them, we will soon find worry’s claws loosening their grip and contentment gaining ground.
“Go ahead—buy this book. Read it and change your life as you let go of worry.”
—Ruth Graham, author, Bible teacher, conference speaker, founder of Ruth Graham & Friends