WORRY NO MORE
Matthew 6:31-33 (31) – Therefore take no thought, saying, What shall we eat? or, What shall we drink? or, Wherewithal shall we be clothed? (KJV)
Worry breeds fear. God does not want His children to be anxious, but rather to have faith in Him. Though many things may give rise to anxiety, God is communicating through today’s Bible reading that we should not think about tomorrow or what to eat, drink, or wear. The Almighty God is capable enough to supply all our desires according to His glorious riches (Philippians 4:19).
In Luke 5:1-8, God showed His ability to provide for every human need, even in hopeless situations. Peter had experienced a disappointment when he could not catch a single fish. But when Christ intervened, Peter got a net-breaking and boat-sinking breakthrough. In the same manner, I decree this day that all you require to excel in life and destiny shall be abundantly released to you, in Jesus’ name.
Beloved, too much worry is never good for the body and soul. Refuse to worry about anything, but work hard and pray concerning everything. God has plans for your existence, and you shall fulfil the divine purpose for your life. Wait on the Lord by faith and very soon, you will have every reason to shout “Hallelujah!”
Hymn: O Happy Day — Philip Doddridge (1755)
1. Father, please take over the affairs of my life and grant me rest (Mention).
2. Every divine purpose that I have not achieved so far in life. Father, please give me the grace for this accomplishment.
1. Father, please give me the peace that passes all understanding and joy like a river.
2. Any powers that are cooperating with household enemies to attack me. Scatter by fire!
3. Father, as individuals, leaders, and the church, please renew our hearts of worship.
YOU SHALL NOT DIE!
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