Hello creative friends, it’s August first and time for a new printable! The theme this month was suppose to be perseverance but since I’ve been anxious about a few things I decided to change the focus to do not worry!
I admit I was a little frustrated by this. I don’t consider myself to be an anxious person. In fact, I help people get rid of anxiety! I went back and forth with the Lord on this, I mean it’s not like I’m falling apart or anything but…it can sneak up on you. I find myself getting stressed out and thinking about issues, even dreaming about them as I sleep. The more I think about it, the more frustrated I get. I’m anxious because I know what I need to do but I don’t want to do it so I keep putting it off. I can’t control or change most of it and I’m not letting it go. Anyone with me? It’s exhausting and totally pointless! I want so badly to be obedient to the Lord. If He told me clearly “do this” or “do that” I wouldn’t be worried about doing the wrong thing!! I say “Oh Lord, it’s just a little bit of anxiety…can’t we let this one slide?” He says “Nope, we can’t!” He says do not fear 365 times in His word. Do you know that stress and anxiety are rooted in fear? Fear’s not a good thing! And so this month, my time in the word will have everything to do with do not worry. I hope you’ll join me.
The above page is based on Proverbs 12:25 which says: Anxiety in a man’s heart weighs him down but a good word makes him glad. Are you feeling weighed down about something? I know I am. Let’s study God’s word together this month and let it make all of us glad by His truth!
Do not worry about tomorrow for each day has enough trouble of it’s own! (Matthew 6:34)
If you are struggling with fear, anxiety or stress, big or small, leave a comment and I will be praying for you this month.
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