Overcoming Doubt (Victory Over The Darkness Series)
"All things are possible to him who believes." Mark 9:23 Everyone has doubts. Doubting is a normal part of the process of arriving at an ultimate decision of belief. Persistent doubting, however, can affect your mental health, keeping you...
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"All things are possible to him who believes." Mark 9:23
Everyone has doubts. Doubting is a normal part of the process of arriving at an ultimate decision of belief. Persistent doubting, however, can affect your mental health, keeping you from living a productive life in Christ. The answer is to be assured of what you believe and start living by faith in God. Dr. Anderson explains the nature of doubting and the nature of faith, leading you to go beyond your doubts to live a fruitful life. You will come to understand the spiritual battle waged daily for your mind, as it is here where many doubts are formed. As Christians, we are saved by faith, sanctified by faith, and we are called to live in faith through the power of the Holy Spirit. Doubt, resulting in indecision, doesn't need to be a part of your life. You are God's dear child, and He has promised to guide you into truth. Remember that God is truth and He cannot lie, and learn to overcome your doubts by choosing to believe in Him and His timeless Word.
1. Nature Of Doubt^2. Nature Of Faith^3. Reasonable Faith^4. Certainties And Uncertainties^5. On The Right Path^6. Doubt And Mental Health^7. Taking Every Thought Captive^131 Pages
Dr. Neil T. Anderson is the founder and president emeritus of Freedom in Christ Ministries, which has offices and representatives in forty countries. Dr. Anderson has authored more than seventy books on Christ-centered living, including Discipleship Counseling and The Bondage Breaker. He was formerly chairman of the Practical Theology Department at Talbot School of Theology and has five earned degrees including two doctorates. Dr. Anderson lives in Franklin, Tennessee. For more information, see www.ficm.org.