Stop worrying and start believing.

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Imagine, one day you come home and find your child sitting in a corner, anxious and worried. The child is overwhelming worried about the future. What would be your reaction?

If you ask me, I would break into tears. I would give a big hug to my child and give her reassurance. I would encourage my child not to worry.

If you do a deep introspection, you will discover that we also harbour lots of worries and anxieties. If we were allowed, we would have gone into our closet and cried out loud.

1 Peter 5:7 TPT
Pour out all your worries and stress upon him and leave them there, for he always tenderly cares for you.

Today’s scripture comes as a rescue operation. God as a father has sent this message of reassurance for you.

He is inviting you to pour each and every anxiety and worry on Him. He is like the great shock absorber. Even the strongest jerk won’t affect Him. Similarly, even biggest problem doesn’t surprise Him.

God is desirous that we should live a carefree life like Him. God takes care of entire universe yet without a trace of worry. He has solutions for each problem. He tenderly cares for you. He has solutions for your problems too.

In fact, He knows the answer before problem crops. Dear friend, what is your biggest worry for today? Listen to me, just cast it at the feet of the Lord. I am doing same for my worries. And, you will experience a great change.

God bless you.

Shalom πŸ•ŠοΈ

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25 thoughts on “Stop worrying and start believing.

  1. My biggest worry for today is ending up making a wrong choice that could make or break my future. However, I also contradict myself through the viewpoint that there are no bad choices in life, only chances that we never took. So, I’m hopeful for the best. I know my worries will fade away once my mind is set & a goal unravels itself in my life. This was an uplifting read, thanks for sharing! God bless you. πŸ’™

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    1. Wow. This is one of the best response I have received. Yes, little anxiety is healthy. We have to face tough decisions. Ultimately, we have to choose one. May the Good Lord bless you and help you to make the best choice. I am glad that you found this post helpful. πŸ˜ŠπŸ™‹β€β™‚οΈβœŒοΈ

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