Why Worry

 

Matthew 6:34
King James Version

34 Take therefore no thought for the morrow: for the morrow shall take thought for the things of itself. Sufficient unto the day is the evil thereof.

​    As bible believers should we be over anxious or worry about things we have no control over?
That’s a good question!
​Worry maybe not but concerned yes indeed. 
Think about it.
Worrying is part of human nature we just cant help ourselves we are prone to be concerned, For example will our kids be safe at school. There is a fine line between
a concern or a worry. We are
supposed to have the mind of CHRIST. Prayer has changed world events in days gone by.

Worry brings doubt then unbelief that destroys faith.
​Concern brings awareness a response of action to prayer in faith believing for a solution to the issue. Lets be honest if we search the scripture’s we find instruction on how to conduct our daily lives. Does it matter how we dress, how we treat others what we drive or ride in. Should we have an underground bomb shelter and prepare for doomsday?   

A dad will tell his young daughter if her skirt is to short. A mother will tell the son be sure to wash behind your ears and be respectful to others. You are probably worried about where I’m going with this. JESUS said unless we repent we will perish. Yes we should dress with modesty and provide safety and love in our families.
    Even if we prepare ourselves for the battle of Armageddon there is still a major concern What about eternity?  Jesus said people working in the fields one would be taken and the other left. Even those prepared and had oil in their lamps some didn’t have sufficient oil in their lamps. What about you? After all you determine your eternal destiny. Are You Ready?
I urge you to pray and seek GOD. Don’t wait!

William McCranie (5)

I desire to humbly lead people to the saving grace of JESUS CHRIST.
My wife and I are Pastors of New Hope Christian Assembly in NC,
A Home Ministry and online.

2 thoughts on “Why Worry”

  1. Thanks for sharing, brother, and may God continue to bless you. So true. Fear is a spirit used to combat faith. But I praise God that He did not give us the spirit of fear, but one of power, love and a sound mind.
    Jesus said in this world we SHALL have tribulation. It’s part of the package. And I agree, we should approach our trials cheerfully. As we learn of Christ on our journey, we see his yoke is easy, and His burdens, light. And when it seems impossible, as with Paul with the ship wreck, we hold on on, even to the broken pieces of the ship.
    Meanwhile, our Father promises to make a way of escape when due dates have passed.
    We’re so blessed. Our impossibilities are God’s opportunities.

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