Be Careful for Nothing

It is so easy to worry…to fret about things. We all do it and some of us are very good at it. Worrying is like trying to catch the wind in your hands…it can’t be done. Nor can worry change anything except give you ulcers and make your life miserable.

“Be careful for nothing” as God says in His word.

Don’t worry about anything. Have faith. Trust Me.

Philippians 4:6

Easier said than done? Perhaps, but only if you want it to be. Give it all over to God. He has your back, if you let Him. Let His peace replace your worrying ways. Make it your goal. Head in that direction…you’ll be surprised how quickly you will arrive.

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8 thoughts on “Be Careful for Nothing

  1. I transition from delirious joy and faith into anxious thoughts that circle round and round my problems, trying to figure everything out, sometimes many times just within the course of a day! Help me Jesus!

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  2. This is something I have been working on lately and have found that even in the worst times if you hand your worries over to God He will fill you with joy. It is the most awesome thing ever!

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  3. Heartafire

    I have wondered about the frequently used request to “be careful”…be filled with care…I dunno. Thank you for the interesting post.

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    • Be careful for nothing…be anxious for nothing…He wants His children to live by faith and trust…not worry. I cling to this scripture every time I start to fret…and that can be often at times. Thanks for reading. May God bless you in a special way today.

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  4. amen, brother…God bless

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