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Devotional for Anxiety: Dealing with Anxiety when Life is Uncertain

Devotional for Anxiety

We all experience anxious thoughts. Whether we worry about the future, feeling overwhelmed by responsibilities, or dealing with difficult situations, anxiety can be challenging.

With the teachings of the Church and His Word, the comfort of our faith guides us through these difficult moments as we pray. This devotional will explore guidance to help us find comfort amidst anxiety and why we must trust God in prayer.

A short Devotional for Anxiety with a floral border

Devotional: Trust in the Lord our God

“Cast all your anxiety on him because he cares for you.” – 1 Peter 5:7

Amidst the storm of anxious thoughts, feeling alone, lost, and hopeless is easy. But we are never alone. We are blessed with the comforting presence of our Lord Jesus Christ.

Reflect and pray on the words from the Bible, 1 Peter 5:7. This verse calls us to surrender our anxieties, worries, and fears to God as we pray.

It is a gentle reminder that we don’t need to bear our burdens alone. God is willing and able to carry them for us.

Jesus Calms Every Storm, referring especially to anxious thoughts

Jesus Calms the Storm: God Promises His Peace

“He got up, rebuked the wind and said to the waves, ‘Quiet! Be still!’ Then the wind died down and it was completely calm.” – Mark 4:39

This biblical account is a profound testament to His power and compassion for His disciples. A fierce storm arose as they sailed across the Sea of Galilee, filling the apostles with anxious and fearful thoughts.

They woke Jesus, sleeping peacefully despite the storm, and cried out for help. He stood unshaken by the storm and commanded the wind and waves to be still.

Immediately, the storm ceased, and the sea became calm.

He showcased His power and alleviated the apostles’ worries and anxiety.

As followers of Christ, we can take comfort in knowing that just as He calmed the storm for His disciples, He promises to calm the storms in our lives, taking away our anxieties. This truth can happen when we pray and depend on God.


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What would God say to your anxiety? A woman reading the Bible

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How do I release my anxiety to God - a woman is trying to sleep with her mind racing of all the things she is stressed out about

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devotion for anxiety - trusting in God will give you stillness

Surrendering Anxiety and Worry through Prayer

Perhaps you are reading this devotional because you are currently experiencing a heightened level of anxiety and uncertainty. Worry steals the joy from us and creates stress.

We never need to worry about tomorrow because it is out of our control. You are not alone in this struggle.

Many have grappled with feelings of restlessness, worry, and fear. There is solace in the shared experience, knowing others have walked this path. The Holy Spirit is there when we are anxious or feel stress.

The journey is challenging, but by trusting in God, you can find stillness. At our requests, God will remove our fear and anxiety and answer it with love.

God promises to guide us in times of need. In prayer, we surrender our anxieties about the world and trust that God will care for the rest.

We can experience the confidence that transcends all understanding. The Holy Spirit is fighting for us; we never need to be afraid.

God is always present, caring, and loving. Thanksgiving to God.

Prayer to Lord Jesus Peace Amidst Anxiety + Thanksgiving


Amid the storms of life, when anxiety seeks to overwhelm us, we acknowledge you are the God of peace, the Great Comforter, and our Refuge. We entrust our worries and fears into Your loving hands.

Father, with this prayer, help us remember that even when we feel alone, we aren’t truly alone. In our moments of despair, remind us of Your promise never to leave or forsake us.

Fill us with Your peace and guard our hearts and minds in Christ Jesus.

Teach us, God, to rely on You and never worry. To cast our burdens unto You and find rest in Your love. In every situation, may we find the strength to say, “Not my will, but Yours be done.”

Even though we may not have control, our worries in life can never overcome us. You always hear our requests and prayers.

No matter what happens in this world, you will always listen to our prayers and answer our anxious thoughts. Tomorrow is another day; help me focus on your Word and scripture.

There’s no need to wonder about the outcome; with you as the head, there are no worries.


A Devotion for Anxiety

Editor’s note: Continue to find comfort in the Word of God, prayer, and community. Our Lord is always with you, ready to calm any storm and give you the strength to overcome anxiety. Keep trusting Him and surrendering your worries to Him through prayer. May His love fill your heart and mind always.