Today I read a powerful devotional on worry. Now, I know about worry. I went to bed last night with a few worries. Often, I may say “in all things give thanks”. Yet last night instead of writing down my worry I left it on my brain.
The devotional today suggested WRITING DOWN THE STUFF WE ARE FRETTING OVER AND PRAY.
So I want to share that with you today also. I am going to do it as soon as I finish this post. See the devotional I read today below. No need to compare lists but we can keep praying for each other
If you have NEVER EXPERIENCED anxiety, worry and fear then you must be reading this from another planet. In our human state we will, at some point, experience worry, anxiety and fear.
All three states start in our mind. Then it affects our emotions and bodies. As a result we can find ourselves going from self-medicating to self mutilating. That’s no fun!
This series will explore nuggets in scripture that relate to anxiety, worry and fear. The solutions are are there. It does not mean that ,depending on what state you are currently in, that you may not need additional support. But it does mean that the Word of God is an invaluable part of your therapy.
To start the series we want to share a devotional we read today in The Faith Log. It is about an often overlooked scripture in the book of Job on FEAR.