us can honestly say that the majority of what we do is worry about
things? We worry about money, paying bills, members of our family,
Some people are so used to worrying that it has become a comfort
zone for them. In Exodus the children of Israel continuously complained
about what they were going to eat, what they were having to do, and how
things were better where they were.
The whole time God was providing for them and helping them on their
journey, but, according to their standards, it just wasn't enough for them.
God knew what was best for them, but they wanted things to always be
easy for them.
It's interesting how history repeats itself. We continue to do the same
thing that the children of Israel did "we worry". God tells us in Matthew
6:25-34 that we shouldn't worry about anything. He is already aware of
what we need.
Habits are hard to break, but that's just it they are hard to break, but not unbreakable. worrying can take a toll on your body. Some over eat, some
don't eat, get headaches, increased acne, high blood pressure, etc.
Even though things have always worked out in the past, we still worry. No
matter what happens, we will always be okay. Maybe not the kind of "okay"
that we want personally ourselves, but if we think back, we have always
ended up okay after all is said and done.
Not worrying is a personal decision that we have to make for ourselves. It
is very, very, very, hard to stop worrying about things, but it is when we get
sick and tired of worrying, that we will be determined to try our hardest to
break the habit of worrying and just trust God.