I’m full of worries. My grandma is dying. I need to see her this weekend before she goes. I hope she doesn’t go before then. I’ve been very neglectful of her and I feel awful about it.

I worry about my son. He shares too much which could cause him to be bullied. I don’t want him to become suicidal. It scares me.

I worry about this job and if it was a good idea. I just don’t know what to do with myself.

I’m already ready for the weekend and it’s only Wednesday.

I know I have more but these are the most on my mind ones. I’m trying to give them to God but it’s a struggle for me.

11 thoughts on “Worries

  1. When I find myself worrying I have to remember to take a step back and look at what He is really wanting of me for that moment and then that day. I try to only focus on those things and let Him handle the rest 🙏✨

  2. Also,When you begin to feel overwhelmed, stop. Take a deep breath. And thank God for that moment. Then take another deep breath, and jump back into what you were doing.

  3. Good article ma’am, very honest. Learning how to be honest with our own self is a huge event for most folks so congratulations on you success. When we can learn to truly turn our personal life, our personal problems over to God in prayer, the Devils grip on us, on our daily life, grows weaker and weaker.Faith is the key for all of us, for without faith we can not please God and when our faith is weak the Devil will always keep sitting our back trying to ride us down into the dirt. I am going to go ahead and reblog this article for you ma’am.

  4. I’ve been a compulsive worrier my whole life, and I find myself getting trapped in that cycle again since the birth of my most recent baby just over 5 weeks ago. That’s how I found you. I searched “worry.” The verse that I claim in these times is Philippians 4:6,7. It says, “Be anxious for nothing, but in everything by prayer and supplication, with thanksgiving, let your requests be made known to God; and the peace of God, which surpasses all understanding, will guard your hearts and minds through Christ Jesus.” The key to God’s peace in this verse is “thanksgiving.” We are to pray with thanksgiving. When I begin to change my mindset to an attitude of thanksgiving instead of obessing over the “what ifs,” it really is miraculous what happens. I think I need to start doing that right now. 🙂 Thank you for your honesty, and I hope you can feel God’s peace wash over you as you begin to trust Him and THANK Him! God bless you.

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