Friday, November 10, 2006


I read somewhere that when people hear the word worry they connect it to someone else and not to themselves.

What exactly does it mean to worry?

To worry is to furtively plan for possible future contingencies, most of which are not likely to take place.

The old King James rendered it as "take thought for the morrow". At its essence,
to worry means to be caught up in the cares of this world

I read in a commentary that when we worry we accuse God of ignorance...

The NKJ it says:

Matt 6:8 (NKJ) "...Your Father knows the things you have
need of..."
Luke 12:30 (NKJ) "...Your Father knows that you need these

So in other words, when we worry we accuse God. We say that either He lied or He doesn't know what is best for us.

This statement is simple but says it all -
If we really knew God then we would not worry.

That's my pep talk for myself...

Cast your cares upon Him because He cares for you!

the bee

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