People worry about things throughout their life which can cause some physical issues. To worry causes stress. To worry is bad for the heart, it is bad for the blood pressure, it is bad for the blood sugar, and it is bad for the stomach.
To worry also causes spiritual issues. It consumes our thoughts, and it prevents spiritual productivity. Worrying shows lack of faith, decreases our ability to trust God, and it can lead to treating others in a wrong way.
In verses 26-28:
God watches over the animals, plants. God can provide even more for us.
Turn worries into prayers:
In prayer and with thanks, give it to God.
In verse 30:
We see the statement “O ye of little faith.” Christians too often go to the altar with a problem but get up still holding onto the problem, as if the problem were attached to us with a bungee cord.
In verse 33:
To “seek ye first the kingdom of God, and his righteousness” signifies for us to go to him first for help, to fill our contemplations with his desires, to take his character for our example, and to serve and submit to him in all things. What is truly generally essential to us? Various individuals, articles, objectives, and different cravings all compete against each other for priority in our lives. Any of these can rapidly knock God out of the lead position on the off chance that we do not effectively decide to put him ahead of all comers in each aspect of our life.
In verse 34:
Anticipating tomorrow is time well spent; agonizing over tomorrow is time squandered. At times it is hard to differentiate. Cautious preparing, or planning, is thinking ahead about objectives, schedules, and steps, and confiding in God's direction. At the point when progressed admirably, planning can help mitigate stress. The Worrier, conversely, is devoured by dread and thinks that it is hard to confide in God. The Worrier allows his or her plans to meddle with their relationship with God. Try not to let stresses over tomorrow influence our relationship with God today.
Pray more and worry less, God will answer in His time. Do our duty while we wait upon the Lord.
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