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How To Be Free January: Worry

“What if?”

Depending on the way we ask it, this question can be either positive or negative.

“What if?” can be a launch pad that fuels innovation and creativity for future dreams.

On the other hand, it can be a daunting question filled with genuine concerns and uncertainty.

Worry never changes anything, it only causes stress.

Although I know it’s not profitable in any way,  why is it that I still allow worry to creep its way into my thoughts?

God whispers sweetly to my anxious heart and reminds me of His wisdom…

“Who of you by worrying can add a single hour to your life?  Since you cannot do this very little thing, why do you worry about the rest?” – Luke 12:25-26

The truth of these verses melts away my anxious thoughts as I recognize my feeble humanity compared to His majesty.

I reach for faith instead of worry.   I free fall into His grace, knowing that He will catch me every time.

And my soul finds peace.


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9 responses to “How To Be Free January: Worry”

  1. It is so very easy to worry. I am intentionally working to “take captive my thoughts” and turn them towards God’s Word when I realize I am beginning to worry about something. thx

  2. Thank you Danise for reminding us of Luke 12:25-26. When worry of the future weighs me down I remind myself to be still and know God is in control and not to get in his way by wanting it my way.

  3. Worry comes so naturally for me, but faith does not. Thanks for this reminder to reach for faith. Love this: “I free fall into His grace, knowing that He will catch me every time. And my soul finds peace.” AMEN!

  4. “I reach for faith instead of worry.” This is so important. During an extremely rocky time in my life, when crying out to God he gave me this phrase to hold on to and run towards: Trust and don’t look back.
    We have to replace that worry with something, confidence in our Lord.

  5. I also like your picture that says “Be Still”. I think a lot of times if I can just ‘be still’ I can let God be God! Thanks

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