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    'God, Your Love Is Better': Lauren Daigle Shares How God's Love Helps Her Through Her Anxiety

    Updated: March 19, 2019 at 2:35 pm EST  See Comments

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    ‘God, Your Love Is Better’: Lauren Daigle Shares How God’s Love Helps Her Through Her Anxiety

    In a question and answer session in Knoxville, TN, Christian singer, Lauren Daigle shared how God leads her through her anxiety. 

    During the “Look Up Child” tour Q&A posted to Instagram, a mother and daughter approached the microphone to ask Daigle for advice on dealing with anxiety. 

    According to Relevant Magazine, the two-time Grammy award winner shared, “I wouldn’t necessarily say ‘Oh I am an anxious person,’ until anxiety comes.” 

    She continued, “There are times where I’m like ‘What is happening? This isn’t me, this isn’t me. Someone told me a long time ago, they said, ‘perfect love casts out all fear,’ and I remember listening to that over and over and over again – perfect love casts out all fear.”

    Then Daigle told the audience of something that she is constantly reminded of. She said, “Well, I know someone who loves me beyond my wildest imagination, beyond my wildest dreams. And He has a love that’s so rich for me, that He’s actually looking out for yesterday, today and tomorrow. And he can see the things that I can’t see.”

    Daigle shared that when she feels anxious, she reminds herself that God’s love is greater than her anxiety could ever be.

    She said, “Even now, as an adult, when more anxiety has been added to my life… I have to say, ‘Okay God, I want to

    The remainder of this article is available in its entirety at Christian Headline

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