Worry does not empty tomorrow of sorrow, but it empties today of strength.
Corrie ten Boom
Today's Scripture: Matthew 6: 25-34
I once heard someone say, “If you can worry, you can meditate.” At that point, I realized that the power really lies in our hands, whether to worry or to meditate on God’s Word in our situation.
There is no message better preached about worry than the one which Jesus tells us in the above-mentioned verses. It is all we would read today in the Message Version of the Bible. As you read these verses below, I want you to take your focus off any bugging issues, and bring all of your attention to these words. Ask right now that the Holy Spirit should help you to understand and live by His words in Jesus’ Name. Amen.
Prayer Point: Father, I choose to give my entire attention to what you are doing, and to stop worrying about the past, present, and the future. Instead of worrying, help me to trust in You, to take the right steps, and to continuously find rest in You in Jesus’ Name. Amen.