I have been learning that this is not a one-and-done decision, but a decision that you need to keep making; a decision that you need to be committed to keeping. Worry will always be knocking at the door, sticking its foot in the door, putting its fingers under the door, and trying to blow down your door. I know how difficult it can be. But if we are honest with ourselves, God always provides what we need doesn’t He? Not always what we want, but always what we need. I think that is one of the reasons the command “do not fear” is in Scripture 365 times.
One of the few benefits of being single and not having someone in your life to pick up the slack or help out is you learn to either do it yourself, find someone who can or better yet, drop whatever it is that you can’t remedy, in His lap. I’ve found that when I’ve had a bunch of things happen and no place to go or no one to help, He’s there, waiting for you & meets you right where you are ready to meet your need if He’s not done so already.
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Very true Cheryl. That’s a great truth to be learning! 👍
One “do not fear” reminder for each day of the year! (Until Leap Year, but then hopefully we have had enough practice to spot us one extra day…)
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Lol! Yup. 🤘👍