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"Pilgrim and Sojourner." - 1 Peter 2:11

 Don’t Welcome in the Thief of Worry by K.P. Yohannan

Worry causes us to lose the opportunity to enjoy the present blessings. Are you able to enjoy life right now? The friends you have, the opportunities given you, your teachers, your living space, your family, are you able to enjoy these things that God has given you? Think about the opportunities you have to get to know people. Lifelong relationships are wonderful blessings. Look at the trees, the flowers, the friends and all the many blessings in life. Then smile, laugh and sing and go on with life. Don’t let worries and cares rob you of the joy God has given you.

Worry makes us forget our worth. When you start worrying about things, you actually make yourself feel inferior. You lose out on knowing that you are somebody important to God. He made you, and you are unique. He knows you and cares about you. But when you worry, you are actually saying, “God, I can’t really matter that much to You. I can’t be that valuable and precious. You wouldn’t really take care of me like that, would You?” Listen. Your Father cares about you. He understands you. He is working all things together for our good, that we may be conformed to the image of His dear Son (see Romans 8:28-29). That is Scripture. That is truth! We are of incredible worth.

Don’t welcome in the thief of worry.

SI Moderator - Greg Gordon

 2019/9/26 11:12Profile

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 Re: Don’t Welcome in the Thief of Worry by K.P. Yohannan

Lately I've been thinking of who Jesus is, the one who came from glory beyond anything we can imagine, the one who always was always will be, the creator of the universe, he is all authority, he always has been, always will be. I'm not interested in getting into a theological debate, but Jesus went to the cross, we can't comprehend what he went through for us, this same Jesus is now at the right hand of the Father, interceding for us, we ought not to worry, he's the same Lord and Savior in all his glory now, as he was when he went to Calvary. The Lord is on our side.


 2019/9/26 23:49Profile

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