Worry. It’s a useless emotion. It saps today of necessary strength to live. It saps tomorrow of necessary strength to live! Corrie ten Boom once said, “Worry does not empty tomorrow of its sorrow; it empties today of its strength.”
All of us need must recognize the danger of worry. The beginning of worry is the end of faith. And, too often, this is true: Today is the tomorrow we worried about yesterday!
Today, to combat worry, you must realize, as Dr. Billy Graham said, “God is bigger than your problems. Whatever worries press upon you today, put them in God’s hands and leaven them there.”
If you have faith, you realize that true faith is the end of worry. People of faith understand that worries just don’t matter. We trust that everything really is in a better hand than ours.
Trust God today. Put every single worry in his hands. Trust all will work together for good.
Then watch worry flee!