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What to Do With Worry (Stubbs)

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Everyone knows what it feels like to worry. But one of the clearest and repeated things the Bible tells us about worry is: Don’t. Don’t do it. It’s not worth it. It doesn’t work. And, oh yeah, by the way, it’s sin. And it’s not just a lighthearted, white collar, domesticated sin. It’s serious business. It’s deadly. It’ll ruin your life…and your eternity if you let it. This short book is designed to help us understand worry all the way down to its roots and all the way up to its worst fruits. We want to see worry the way God does so that we can repent and by His grace be fully and finally free. We will never move past all sin and temptation in this life. But by the blood of Christ, we can see progressive and sustainable victory over sin in our lives.  Thank God that’s not all He tells us about worry. He is such a good and gracious Father. More than that, He is our great High Priest that has come and lived among us. He has suffered with us and for us. He fought the fight against worry with us and for us. He is our model of how to fight. He is also our Savior when we fall in the fight. Olan Stubb’s wise book is an ideal read for anyone who struggles with worry.


Olan Stubbs is Director of Campus Outreach at Briarwood Presbyterian Church in Birmingham, Alabama. He is a husband and father of four.


I rejoice that Dr. Olan Stubbs’ direct, probing, and biblical counsel that has so often helped me is now available for wider audiences. -Harrison Perkins, Associate Pastor, London City Presbyterian Church & online faculty in church history, Westminster Theological Seminary

Here is rich theology in pastoral wisdom for those who would feast on the goodness of God in the land of the living, to take away worries and to stand solid in a chaotic world.  -Robert Davis Smart, Lead pastor at Christ Church (PCA), Bloomington–Normal, Illinois

God, in Scripture, tells us not to worry, and he backs it up with glorious promises, deep and wide. So too this book takes our worries, however trite or terrible they may seem, with seriousness. Following Jesus’s lead, Olan is not afraid to say, ‘Don’t worry,’ and then back it up with Scripture’s great heights and depths. -David Mathis, Executive Editor,; Pastor, Cities Church, Minneapolis/St Paul

The solutions given in this volume are not platitudes or simply behavior modification distractions. They are Gospel–saturated, Christ–centered, biblically–affirmed and grace–empowered. Read on – Enjoy and employ. -Harry L. Reeder III, Senior Pastor, Briarwood Presbyterian Church, Birmingham, Alabama