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Love Worth Finding - March 19, 2014

  • 2014 Mar 19
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MARCH 19

Most Things I Worry About Never Happen

“Which of you by taking thought can add one cubit unto his stature?” - Matthew 6:27

The best thing you can say about worry is that it does no good. The worst thing is that it does much harm.

I’m reminded of the little lady who said, “Don't tell me worry doesn't do any good. Most of the things I worry about never happen.”

Worry is absolutely useless. It doesn't cure any problems. It doesn't lift any burdens. It doesn't wipe away any tears. It never has; it never can; it never will! Worry can’t make you any taller, shorter, fatter, or thinner. It is so senseless, and it is therefore useless. But even worse, it is faithless. Worry is just the opposite of faith.

When we worry, we make God out to be a liar when God has said He will take care of us.


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