Worry: Who Me?

Worry is never helpful—so why worry? Usually we worry because we feel out of control of the situation and often have skepticism about God’s willingness to help us.

Here are some tips to help us fight worry in our lives:

  • Tip #1: God Understands Our Situations. Scripture is clear. God really does understand where we are in life. His silence does not mean that he is not there or does not care.
  • Tip #2: Worry Does Not Change Our Circumstances. If it could then we should have a moment of worry every day. When we master the idea that worry does not help change our circumstances but does hinder our health, we may find ourselves amused at our tendencies.
  • Tip #3: Our Circumstances Are Often Not As Bad As We Think They Are. Reality is often less than our mind makes reality out to be. We dread more than really occurs.
  • Tip #4: Worry Could Be Construed As The Opposite Of Faith. The great people of the Bible could easily have worried in the circumstances of life: Daniel in the lion’s den; Joseph in prison; Abraham following God without knowing exactly where he was going; Mary being pregnant without a husband; Paul when shipwrecked; John when exiled on the isle of Patmos.

Enough already!

We don’t need to worry. God will take care of his children.

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