“Someone defined worry as a small trickle of fear that meanders through the mind, cutting a channel into which all other thoughts flow. For some of us, worry is as inherent as breathing because fear doesn’t release its tenacious grip easily

. How can you not worry when your outflow exceeds your income or your loved one is diagnosed with cancer? Our first reaction may be a surge of panic and a sense of alarm. But that’s when the Lord tests our faith, leading us into hardship, teaching us wisdom, showing us His ways and helping us to consult the Scriptures for guidance. When we are in a difficult place, we must realize that the Lord either has placed us there or allowed us to be there, for reasons perhaps known only to Himself.”
Robert J. Morgan

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