Pray And Don’t Worry

There is no use in worrying about something you can’t control.
When you worry, you’re telling God you don’t trust Him, you don’t believe Him, and that He
can’t handle the situation.
When you worry you’re placing the burden on yourself, instead of where it should be – which is in
God’s hands.
No matter what the situation, do all you are supposed to do in the natural such as call the
creditor to initiate a repayment plan if you’re late on your bills, call that relative you fell out with
and apologize to them even though they were wrong, do something nice for your boss even
though lately they’ve been criticizing you more than praising your accomplishments, let go of
ill feelings toward a good relationship gone bad and pray blessings over him instead, pray for those who have lied on you or spread rumors about you – after you’ve done all you can do – put it in the Lord’s hands and stop worrying about it.
Release it – release the anger, release the pain, release the worry, doubt and fear.
Know that everything is going to be all right because God is in control.
Remain in right standing with Him and He’ll work it out for you every time – as a matter of fact, He’s already working it out for you behind the scenes for His angels are already on assignment on your behalf and have already been dispatched.
Worrying does nothing for the situation and only makes you feel bad.
Instead of feeling bad today, feel good knowing that you serve a God who is on your side and has
already worked it out for you.
Casting all your care upon him; for he careth for you. 1 Peter 5:7
*Originally posted on Kim on the Web.

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