How do you deal with anxiety? Did you know God has an antidote for your anxiety? Worrying leads you away from God, making anxiety worse. God wants to replace your worries with a #thankful heart.
How to Become A More Thankful Person
How do you become a more #thankful person? Stop being so critical of others and yourself. Devote yourself to being thankful and loving instead of focusing on what is going wrong. What are you pouring into your life that is pouring out of you?
How to Conquer My Fears
You are so beautiful. Did you know you are more beautiful than you can see? You are more loved than you feel. You are more gifted and stronger than you know. God made you this way. Have you said thank you? Your insecurities have a way of keeping you from the things you should be #thankful for. Instead of being so quick to point out your flaws, thank God for the gracious gifts he has given you.
Who to Thank God For
Who are you thankful for? Who are you angry with? Who came to mind quicker? We tend to focus on the people who we are angry with rather than who we are thankful for. Let’s practice gratitude for the people God has placed in our lives, rather than complain about the people who bother us. We promise there is a long list of people who you can be thankful for you never even realized.
How to Heal My Heart
How do you deal with disappointment? How do you deal with a broken heart? In this message, Pastor Matt shows us how a lack of gratitude can wreak havoc in our life. Invite a friend to watch this message, and check out our Sandals Church app to stay connected throughout the week.
God’s Antidote for Anxiety
Are you anxious? What makes you anxious? What makes you wring your hands, hold your breath, and lose sleep at night? Sometimes worries are silly, small things. Other times they feel impossibly big. How do you deal with anxiety? Did you know God has an antidote for your anxiety? Worrying leads you away from God, making anxiety worse. God wants to replace your worries with a #thankful heart. Watch this video as Pastor Matt Brown starts a brand new series called #thankful. Learn practical ways to cast your worries and cares on God.