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In his new release, Running Scared, Edward T. Welch explores the origins of worry in the human soul and the implications of living in the grips of anxiety, fear, and fear. Welch motivates visitors to uncover on their own that the Bible has plenty of lovely words of convenience for afraid people (which each individual hesitates of something). Within the framework of thirty topical reflections, Welch offers audio biblical theology and also moment-by-moment, thoughtful support for life-saving rescue during the heart and also mind combat zone of rampant panic-stricken feedbacks. This comprehensive primer on the subject of fear, worry, et cetera of God will certainly have readers pulling back to scripture for invariable regularity, stalwart care, as well as durable convenience, as opposed to as Welch terms it striking the default button by responding with particular human freedom, control, and self-protectiveness. Running Scared affirms that, via Scripture, God speaks directly to our worrie