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As humans, we all worry. It can be for various reasons, for example an upcoming
test or job interview. However, the Bible tells us not to worry: “Therefore do not
worry about tomorrow, for tomorrow will worry about its own things. Sufficient for
the day is its own trouble.”(Matthew 6:34) We as humans find it hard not to worry,
but God will help us not worry and be confident that He will help us. We can bring
our requests before God: “Cast your burden on the Lord, and He shall sustain
you; He shall never permit the righteous to be moved.”(Psalm 55:22).The Lord
will give us strength to “do all things”(Phillipians 4:13), but we must first bring our
burdens before God and pray, trusting that He will hear our prayers and help us.
Joshua 1:9 says: “Have I not commanded you? Be strong and of good courage;
do not be afraid, nor be dismayed, for Lord your God is with you wherever you
go.” We can trust that no matter what we are going through, we can trust that
God is with us , and that we don’t need to worry because He will help us. God
can help us in various different ways:
● Prayer is a good way to be closer to God, and present your worries or your
problems to Him, trusting that He will hear you and answer your prayers.
- Reading the Bible
● Reading God’s Word is another way for God to speak to you. When
reading the Bible, God will lead you to a scripture relevant to what
challenges you may be facing or your worry. This helps us trust that God
will help you.
- Being still
● Sometimes, simply being still and listening can help us connect with God
so He speaks to us, helping us know that He will help us with our
challenges and our worries.
Do not worry. God is with you and will help you with whatever challenge you may
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