Worry Doesn’t Work

Worry makes things seem bigger than they are. 


I am curious, has anyone ever gained from worrying? 


I don’t have any record of this. 


Why do we allow our fears and expectations to grow inside of us and gain strength in our minds and hearts? 


Our human nature is prone to this and free will allows this to happen, robbing us of our peace and stealing our energy and focus. 


Did you know that you can trade those worries, fears, and expectations for grace? 


Try this for the next few days. 


Every time you catch yourself building a case for a good worry, write it down on a piece of paper and put it in a drawer that can serve as your God box. 


Tell God the worry is now His and move on with your day! 

You can do this. 

It works….


“There you will find release from care, boredom, and worry.” Big Book pg. 152 


Lord let us fill our God box with our fears, worries, and troubles and leave them with You, allowing us to move forward and see how we can turn our focus to helping others, AMEN. 


 “Give all your worries and cares to God, for he cares about you.” 1 Peter 5:7 


Have a blessed day y’all! 


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