PANIC BUTTON CHRISTIANS is not advocating that panic does not or should not occur in a Christian’s life. This book is in fact saying that in this life there will be trouble and Christians have been given the authority (the Holy Spirit), and the armor (weapons) to master any situation that arises.
This book speaks to “Crisis Christianity” that is brought on by a lukewarm approach that many Christians, like myself, exude. It comes in the form of being continuously caught off guard, which forces us to indulge in a panic button mentality of picking up and dropping off God as if He is our “Toy God”.
This book recognizes that most Christians often face daily fights of fear, anxiety, and the like. More than anything else, it emphasizes that our God is big, and He is able, much more than able to provide the oil of gladness for the spirit of heaviness. Read on!