Wednesday, April 6

No Worries by Natasha Frazier

No Worries by Natasha Frazier

Can all your worries add a single moment to your life? (Matthew 6:27 NLT)

Are you a worry wart? Do you worry about the inconveniences in your life? Do you worry about the things beyond your control? Whether it’s something you can or cannot control, worrying will not change the situation. Worrying will cause you to have headaches and sleepless nights.

Sometimes, it is difficult not to worry. We all want things to turn out well for us, our families and those we love. So how do we stop worrying? Worry has to be replaced with something else: Faith. You have to start trusting God to take care of those situations that cause you to worry. Each time you begin to worry, combat it with a “faith thought.” Faith thoughts are what God has promised in Scripture. Study God’s word when you begin to worry. If you aren’t in a place where you can study, take a moment to pray. Meditate on previous victories. God already knows your thoughts and what’s causing you distress. God already knows what you need before you ask. Just earnestly seek and trust in Him.

Prayer for Today: Lord, I thank You for being more than willing and able to take care of my worries. I am thankful that I can cast all of my cares on You. Thank You for loving me enough to give me peace in my troubles. In Jesus’ name, Amen.

Additional Scripture reading: Matthew 6:25-34 and 1 Peter 5:7

Meet the Author
Natasha Frazier
has penned a Readers' Choice award-winning devotional, The Life Your Spirit Craves. The Life Your Spirit Craves is a 30-Day devotional and journal that encourages readers to seek, accept and pursue their God-given assignment.. Her second book, Not Without You: 365 Days in the Lord’s Presence encourages readers to make devotion a part of their everyday life by seeking God every day. Not Without You has been nominated for the Henri Award. The Henri Award recognizes excellence in Christian literature. Her debut fiction novel, Love, Lies & Consequences has also been nominated for the Henri Award.

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