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Oh To Wise Meditations

Found this proverb online. Wanted to share:

We can always find something to worry about. The ignorant worry because they don’t know enough; the intelligent worry because they know too much. The rich fear losing what they have; the poor fear not having enough. The old worry because they’re facing death; the young because they’re facing life. Like sand in machinery, worry won’t lengthen your life, but it may shorten it. Worry is a wound in the heart of God.

We need a strong prayer life to combat worry in our lives. Scripture says: Do not be anxious about anything, but in every situation, by prayer and petition, with thanksgiving, present your requests to God. And the peace of God, which transcends all understanding, will guard your hearts and your minds in Christ Jesus. There is a time for everything under the Sun as Solomon would say. We go through different seasons in life and we must stay connected in prayer with God. The Spirit of Christ is our only hope for every situation we face. The LORD fill us and renew us as we stay away from worry and trust in Jesus more day by day.

Meditate Prov. 12:25


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