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How To Worry Less.

"Therefore, I tell you, do not worry about your life, what you will eat or drink, or about your body, what you will wear. Is not life more than food, and the body more than clothes?" - Matthew 6:25


In our lives, filled with deadlines, demands, and multifaceted pressures, worry can seep into our thoughts like an unwelcome guest. Yet in Matthew 6:25-34, Jesus offers a remedy to this human affliction, teaching us how to relinquish our grip on anxiety and walk in the freedom of God's provision.


Recognize The Value Of Life

Jesus, in His all-knowing wisdom, beckons us to realize that life is more than our material needs. You are so much more beloved than the daily concerns that besiege you. He calls us to elevate our perspective and witness the extraordinary in the ordinary, assuring us that the Giver of life cares for our sustenance.


Look To Nature's Testimony

Observe the birds in the sky; they do not stockpile, yet our Heavenly Father feeds them. Are we not more valuable to Him than they? The lilies of the field—how effortlessly they grow, clothed in splendor greater than Solomon's royal attire, not laboring or spinning. If God lavishly adorns the grass of the field, which is here today and gone tomorrow, won't He much more clothe you, O you of little faith?


Seek First The Kingdom

The key, dear friends, is to seek the kingdom of God and His righteousness first. All these things, our needs and desires, will be given to us as well. It is a divine promise! When we pursue the things of God with a devoted heart, not as a means to an end but as the end itself, we step into a realm of trust where every need is met.


Live In The Present

The scripture reminds us, "Do not worry about tomorrow, for tomorrow will worry about itself." The art of living is to be fully present in the moment, trusting that each day, as it arrives, carries grace sufficient for its challenges. Sufficient unto the day is the evil thereof. Sufficient, too, is God's grace for it.


Anecdote for Application

I recall when worry coiled tightly around my heart—a medical diagnosis that seemed impossible. Instead of doing what many are inclined to do and giving into fear, I released God to provide me with a good attitude throughout the process, and He did. Did the situation change overnight? No. But I had changed. Where worry had built walls, trust in God's word opened a door of hope and patience.


Conclusion

In closing, I urge you to cast your worries at His feet. Trust in the Lord's providence and live in the freedom Jesus so dearly desires. When anxiety beckons, answer it with the truth:

"But seek first his kingdom and his righteousness, and all these things will be given to you as well."


May this verse be your anchor and your guide. May your hearts be light and your trust in His faithfulness be unshakeable.


Live out today and every day after this one with this assurance: He cares for you.


God bless you all.

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