When we face difficulties and are tempted to worry, it is our choice as to how we will respond. I’ve been learning and relearning this. Like I shared the other day, we can worry and be anxious, or we can remember that God is working. He loves us and we can trust Him completely. We don’t have to let worry steal anything from us.
Think about Moses. When God told Moses to lead the people out of Egypt, Moses could have asked a lot of questions and done a lot of worrying. “Where is the water? Where is the soap? Where are the clothes? Where is the milk? What about the meat? Where is the bread for this many people? What is going to happen? How are You going to build a bridge? What will You do with all our enemies? Aren’t they very powerful?” There must have been a thousand questions. But there were no explanations. The only answers we see in Scripture were things like:
“I Am who I Am.”
“I will be with you.”
“I will supply your needs.”
Life is never fifty percent God’s work and fifty percent your part. That is not in the Bible. It is one hundred percent God’s work.
He promised to take care of it all.
Will you lean back and rest in Him and His promises today?
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