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ADAMS, Jay. Para vencer a preocupao. 2. ed. Braslia: Refgio, 1985. 18 p.


Os efeitos da ansiedade e a soluo em Cristo.
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BARCLEY, William B. O segredo do contentamento. So Paulo: Nutra, 2014. 184 p.


O autor nos oferece um tremendo encorajamento para vivermos contentes com o que temos e
com o que Deus deseja prover a ns. Tendo a carta de Paulo aos filipenses como ponto de
partida, e examinando as demais Escrituras, o autor nos leva a perceber que o apstolo Paulo e
outros fiis, aprenderam por meio das circunstncias providas por Deus, agradveis ou no, ser
possvel viver contente com as coisas que temos.
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BERG, Jim. Transformados Sua imagem. So Paulo: Editora Batista Regular, 2007.
364 p.
Por meio de ensinos bblicos claros e exemplos prticos, o autor nos ensina como construir um
relacionamento ntimo com Deus a pea faltante na experincia de muitos crentes.
Descubra por si mesmo a alegria de experimentar o plano de Deus para a transformao da sua
vida.
Inclui captulo sobre ansiedade.
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BRIDGES, Jerry. Pecados intocveis. So Paulo: Vida Nova, 2012. 176 p.


Por que toleramos certos pecados? Ser que os cristos vivem to preocupados com os pecados
considerados mais graves pela sociedade que se tornaram indiferentes necessidade de tratar
dos pecados mais sutis que cometemos? Inclui captulo sobre ansiedade.
Links na web: Sinopse/editora Sumrio e trecho Resenha

BROGER, John C. Autoconfrontao: um manual de discipulado em profundidade. So


Paulo: EBR, 2000. 477 p.
Autoconfrontao oferece ferramentas para um programa de discipulado amplo e profundo,
ensinando a estudar as Escrituras de modo a obter respostas para os problemas da vida. A Bblia
apresenta solues para cada problema de atitude, relacionamento, comunicao e
comportamento. Inclui captulo sobre ansiedade.
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BURROUGHS, Jeremiah. Aprendendo a estar contente. So Paulo: PES, 1990. 56 p.
Este livro uma verso abreviada e simplificada do livro The Rare Jewel of Christian
Contentment (A Joia Rara do Contentamento Cristo) por Jeremiah Burroughs (1599-1646). O
livro de Burroughs uma exposio de Filipenses 4.11. Seu mtodo examinar o assunto do
contentamento cristo de vrios ngulos.
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FITZPATRICK, Elyse. Vencendo medos e ansiedades: So Jos dos Campos, SP: Fiel,
2015. 288 p.
A Bblia est repleta de ajudas claras e prticas para abenoar as mulheres nas suas lutas contra
o medo, que muitas vezes ameaa nossa paz.
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GEORGE, Elizabeth. Amando a Deus de todo o seu entendimento. So Paulo: Hagnos,


2003. 253 p.
Sua cabea invadida diariamente por mais de dez mil pensamentos! Voc gostaria que cada
um deles fosse agradvel a Deus? Elizabeth George mostra o segredo de ver fluir a alegria
concentrando-se no que verdadeiro, puro, bonito e bom. Ela apresenta seis verdades da Bblia
usadas por Deus para transformar a vida de uma mulher.
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GEORGE, Elizabeth. Como fazer escolhas certas. So Paulo: Hagnos, 2014. 208 p.
Sem uma estratgia para tomar as melhores decises, voc poder perder o controle e ficar
ansiosa e frustrada. Elizabeth George apresenta um processo prtico e objetivo que pode ser
aplicado em todas as reas de sua vida o caminhar com Deus, a sade e o crescimento
pessoal, a famlia e os amigos, o trabalho e at mesmo as finanas.
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GEORGE, Elizabeth. Preocupao: um hbito que pode ser quebrado. So Paulo:


Hagnos, 2011, 184 p.
Voc uma mulher que costuma se preocupar com tudo E essa preocupao est lhe
roubando a paz e a alegria de viver? Utilizando a Palavra de Deus e experincias pessoais, a
autora compartilha atitudes e aes que conduzem libertao das mais profundas ansiedades.
Links na web: Sinopse/editora Trecho

JONES, Robert. Aprendendo o contentamento em todas as circunstncias. So Paulo:


Nutra, 2010. 36 p.
Deus faz uma poderosa promessa queles que pertencem a Jesus Cristo. Ele promete
contentamento. O apstolo Paulo descreve em Filipenses 4.11-13 seu testemunho pessoal. Mas
o que contentamento? Neste ensaio, Robert Jones oferece uma resposta a esta pergunta que
ao mesmo tempo biblicamente profunda e perfeitamente aplicvel.
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JONES, Robert. Preocupao: suas razes e a libertadora perspectiva de Deus. So Paulo:
Nutra, 2016. 28 p.
Talvez nenhum outro problema perturbe mais pessoas do que a preocupao ou ansiedade. Ela
pode surgir repentinamente e nos aborrecer diariamente. Ela suga o nosso sono, esgota nossa
alegria, exaure nossa energia, nubla nosso raciocnio, arruna nossos relacionamentos e piora as
indisposies do nosso corpo. Embora a preocupao seja crnica e incapacitante para alguns
de ns, uma importunao cotidiana para todos ns.
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MacARTHUR, John F. Jr. Abaixo a ansiedade. So Paulo: Cultura Crist, 2002. 176 p.
John MacArthur, Jr. no segue a moda evanglica de batizar a terminologia da psicologia
popular e apresent-la como se fosse a resposta bblica para o problema. Melhor do que isto, ele
nos conduz verdadeira fonte de conforto, as Escrituras. Ele nos mostra pela Bblia que Deus
se preocupa com a nossa ansiedade e nos ajuda a nos apropriarmos de seus recursos para
enfrentar os problemas com calma e de modo eficaz.
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MACK, Wayne - Cado, mas no derrotado!: lidando biblicamente com o desnimo, o


abatimento e o esgotamento. So Paulo: Nutra, 2016. 248 p.
Diante de realidades muito difceis, no poucos esto vivendo vidas crists abatidas,
desanimadas e cheias de ansiedade. So irmos e irms, de todos os nveis e de todas as idades,
que se sentem esgotados com as presses circunstanciais e algumas autoimpostas. Mesmo
havendo muitas propostas seculares para lidar com pessoas abatidas, desanimadas, esgotadas e
ansiosas, o autor no somente l como interpreta cada problema com a Palavra de Deus,
visando oferecer esperana e as alternativas bblicas para lidar com cada uma delas.
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PIPER, John. Graa futura: o caminho para prevalecer sobre as promessas enganosas do
pecado. So Paulo: Vida Nova, 2009. 384 p.
Impregnado da Bblia, embebido de Deus, profundamente evanglico e apaixonadamente
humano, Piper preenche as dimenses esquecidas da f - esperana e contentamento,
estabilidade e santidade, a apreciao de Deus e o louvor a Ele.
Links na web: Sinopse/editora Sumrio Trecho

PIPER, JOHN. Lutando contra a incredulidade. So Jos dos Campos, SP: Fiel, 2014.
176 p.
Somente o poder superior das promessas de Deus no evangelho pode livrar nossos coraes da
servido s promessas rasas e prazeres transitrios do pecado. Neste livro, o pastor John Piper
fornece um guia bblico de como encontrar alegria e vitria do evangelho e, assim, enfrentar as
lutas contra o pecado que nos conduz incredulidade, como a ansiedade, o orgulho, a vergonha
imprpria, a impacincia, a cobia, a amargura, o abatimento e a lascvia.
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INGLS
ADAMS, Jay. What do you do when you worry all the time? Phillipsburg, NJ: P&R, 1992.
Helps for worriers.
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BAKER, Amy. Social anxiety: being comfortable in your own sin. Greensboro, NC: New
Growth Press: 2011. 24 p.
I'm just shy. You've worn the label for so long that it has become your identity. A counselor
recently described it as social anxiety, but the new label does nothing to ease the pain. You wish
you could feel comfortable in your own skin but instead, in social situations, you feel anxious
and out of place.
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FARMER, Andy. Real peace: what we long for and where to find it. Westchester, Ill:
Crossway, 2013. 192 p.
We all experience stress, anxiety, grief, conflict, depression and despairpain that causes us to
cry out for peace. Taking on these common yet critical hardships, seasoned pastor and biblical
counselor Andy Farmer shows us where to find and how to experience true, lasting peace
peace with God, peace with each other, and peace with ourselves.
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GEORGE, Elizabeth. Breaking the worry habit...forever!: God's plan for lasting peace of
mind. Eugene, OR: Harvest, 2009. 272 p.
Going beyond the simple just pray and give your troubles to the Lord, Elizabeth George
offers practical step-by-step advice to help readers understand what they can and can't change,
know what to do when feeling overwhelmed, develop proactive skills to head off anxiety,
understand that Christ is with them always.
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FITZPATRICK, Elyse, HENDRICKSON, Laura. Will medicine stop the pain: finding
God's healing for depression, anxiety, and other troubling emotions. Chicago: Moody,
2006. 204 p.
Many women are given medication to treat the disease, but medication alone does not always
address the underlying emotions which trouble the mind and spirit. This book provides biblical
guidance on how to balance medical intervention with biblical encouragement.
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KELLEMEN, Robert. Anxiety: anatomy and cure. Phillipsburg, NJ: P & R, 2012. 48 p.
This booklet provides readers with a Christ-centered, compassionate, and culturally informed
portrait of anxiety. It empowers them spiritually, socially, mentally, and emotionally to move
from fear to faith and from a focus on self to a focus on God and others.
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LANE, Timothy. Living without worry. Purcellville, VA: The Good Book, 2015. 144 p.
Worry is an extremely common yet unchallenged problem, and many people don't know how to
practically stop worrying, even if they know they need to. This warm and pastoral book by Tim
Lane helps readers to see when godly concern turns into sinful worry, and how scripture can be
used to cast our concerns upon the Lord. Christians will discover how to replace anxiety with
peace, freeing them to live life to the full.
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MOSER, Phil. Safe in the storm. N. J.: Biblical Strategies, 2013. 80 p.


This book provides Biblical help for those struggling with anxiety and worry. It identifies,
explains and applies the key Biblical passages on anxiety. Finally, it explains the work of the
Holy Spirit, and in a step by step fashion shows the reader how he can walk in the Spirit to be
victorious over anxiety, worry and fear. Included in the practical suggestions section are key
verses to memorize, a 28-day Bible reading schedule, and essential prayer patterns to practice.
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POWLISON, David. Overcoming anxiety: relief for worried people. Greensboro, NC:
New Growth Press: 2015. 24 p.
You know the feelingyour mind keeps spinning around and around with the same worries,
problems, and fears. You feel like you cant breathe. Some days your anxiety is so
overwhelming that its hard for you to believe that anyone, even God, could help you.
David Powlison helps you discover what your anxiety reveals about what is going on inside of
you, and then shows you how to bring your anxious thoughts and worries to God, the only
Person who can give you a life of peace.
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POWLISON, David. When you are worried: finding reasons for peace. Greensboro, NC:
New Growth Press: 2015. 24 p.
Money, health, relationships. We have plenty of reasons to worry, right? In this minibook,
David Powlison explains that, although circumstances bring difficult challenges, worry comes
from our hearts. So to help our worried hearts, he highlights seven peace-giving promises Jesus
makes to his people in the gospel. As we explore what Christ has already secured for us, we will
see that we have much better reasons not to worryno matter what our circumstances.
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POWLISON, David. Worry: pursuing a better path to peace. Phillipsburg, NJ: P&R, 2004.
30 p.
David Powlison recognizes that we have good reason to worry about things. But he assures us
that we have much better reasons not to worry! Anxiety is a universal human experience, and
we need to approach it with a plan. What do you do when anxieties take over your life?
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PROPRI, Joe. The peace and joy principle. Bemidji, MN: Focus, 2006. p. 32 p.
Our peace and joy do not depend upon our circumstances, but on the promises of God and our
relationship to Jesus Christ. This booklet will teach you how it is possible to be content in any
situation.
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SCOTT, Stuart. Anger, anxiety and fear: a biblical perspective. Bemidji, MN: Focus, 2009.
32 p.
Our responsibility as Christians is to depend on God as we work toward becoming more like
Jesus every day. Often, there are life-dominating sins that greatly hinder us from becoming
more like Him. As the challenges of living in an uncertain world increase, the sins of anger,
anxiety and fear come up more frequently in our daily lives.
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WALLACE, Jocelyn. Anxiety and panic attacks. Greensboro, NC: New Growth Press:
2013. 23 p.
Suffering from anxiety and panic attacks can feel incapacitating. One minute you feel fine, and
the next your heart is pounding, your mind is racing, and your stomach is clenching. Sometimes
it even feels like you might be having a heart attack. The Bible says, Be anxious for nothing,
but that feels impossible when you re even becoming afraid of being afraid! Thankfully, you
have a God who does not leave you alone in your fear and instead uses it to reveal his great love
for you. With helpful, practical guidance, experienced counselor Jocelyn Wallace helps you
understand the roots of your anxiety and to see how Christ meets you in your struggle and
provides everything you need to begin to address it.
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WELCH, Edward. Running scared. Greensboro, NC: New Growth Press: 2007. 324 p.
One of the haunting dilemmas of the human condition is that fear is "an inescapable feature of
earthly life." Every person who has lived on this earth has encountered fear. For this reason our
race for the good life finds us all too often "running scared." Edward Welch investigates the
roots of fear in the human soul and the ramifications of living in the grips of anxiety, worry, and
dread.
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WELCH, Edward. When I am afraid: a step-by-step guide away from fear and anxiety.
Greensboro, NC: New Growth Press: 2010. 96 p.
You know how anxiety and fear feelsyour stomach drops, your neck tightens, your whole
body tensesbut do you know what to do when anxiety fills your days and troubles your
nights? Youve probably already tried a few strategies, like denial or working harder, and
noticed that they arent a permanent solution.
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WITMER. Timothy. Mindscape: what to think about instead of worrying. Greensboro,
NC: New Growth Press: 2014. 144 p.
No Worries? We lob the phrase at others, but lie awake at night ourselves. Each day, we struggle
to pull our thoughts away from our worries, fears, frustrations, and desires. When we get stuck,
it's not exactly easy to fixate on whatever is true, noble, right and pure. We are profoundly
aware that our worries have negative consequences for our bodies, minds, and relationships.
But like most real people with real problems, our thoughts keep swirling around the same old
issues. No worries, huh? Mindscape builds a practical action plan for changing your mental
landscape and your life based on Paul s rich exhortation in Philippians 4:8.
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