Cast Your Cares To Jesus!

The only return you will receive from excessive worrying is case of high blood pressure. It is sometimes a disconcerting truth for many Christians that even though we belong to God through faith in Christ, we still seem to experience the same problems that plagued us before we were saved. The Bible tells us to “Cast our cares on the LORD and He will sustain us; He will never let the righteous fall” (Psalm 55:22), and “Cast all our anxiety on Him because he cares for us” (1 Peter 5:7). The simple transliteration of these two passages of text is God will sustain us, He will never let us fall, and He cares for us. Now, I get it, it’s easier said than practiced because we all become discouraged and bogged down in life’s cares. However, we must continually remind ourselves that in order to experience victory over our pain, God is bigger than all our worries and problems put together. Look at it this way, you survived yesterday, you are alive today, and with God’s help you can face whatever comes your way tomorrow! We serve a big God that can do big things because nothing is impossible for Him. So, today, take one step at a time, pray for God’s Word to guide you, read or listen to God’s Word, and meditate on God’s Word. When problems, worries, and anxieties of life becomes too heavy to carry remember Jesus said in Matt 11:29, “Take my yoke upon you. Let me teach you, because I am humble and gentle at heart, and you will find rest for your souls.”


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