Refuse to Worry (Written By: Joel Osteen)

TODAY’S SCRIPTURE
“Who of you by   worrying can add a single hour to his life?”
(Matthew 6:27, NIV)
TODAY’S WORD from Joel and Victoria
Is there something that you   are worrying about today? To worry means to allow something to revolve in   your mind over and over again. God doesn’t want you to live worried or   anxious about anything. He knows that worry steals your peace and joy. It   affects every area of your life. Have you heard the saying, “Don’t worry   yourself sick?” That’s because worrying affects your physical body. It   affects your sleep. You won’t ever gain anything by worrying; in fact, you’ll   lose precious moments that you can never get back again. The good news is   that God has promised that you can have victory over worry. It starts by   making the choice to trust in Him. When you cast your cares on Him, He will   give you His peace.

Decide today to put an end to   worry in your life. Choose to feed your faith and fill your mind with God’s   promises. As you focus on God’s Word, you’ll drive out worry and fill your   heart with faith and expectancy; and you’ll be empowered to move forward into   the life of blessing He has in store for you!

A PRAYER FOR TODAY
Heavenly Father,   today I choose to put an end to worry in my life. I choose to feed my faith   by studying Your promises and declaring Your Word over my life. Help me to   totally trust in You today and every day in Jesus’ name. Amen.
— Joel & Victoria   Osteen

 

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