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Cast Your Cares and Live Worry-Free

October 18, 2017 1 min read

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When faced with a challenge or crisis, our tendency is to get all anxious about it. But God does not want us to react this way. He does not want us to be anxious about anything. Instead, whatever the problem is, He wants us to go to Him in prayer and supplication, telling Him what we need and thanking Him for the answer. When we do that, His peace, which surpasses all understanding, will guard our hearts and minds from all worries, anxieties and fears.

Yet, under those trying conditions, he wrote these words: “Be anxious for nothing, but in everything by prayer and supplication, with thanksgiving, let your requests be made known to God.”

God is true to His Word. As you pray this prayer and cast your care to Him, you will find His peace setting your heart and mind at rest. So be anxious for nothing—let the One with whom nothing is impossible take care of it for you!

If you are anxious or worried about something, remember those words. Let’s say that you are anxious about a huge debt.

When Jesus died on the cross, He unleashed all the blessings of God into our lives. And God’s blessings have been flowing from His throne to us ever since.

 These blessings cannot be stopped. The only way they can be stopped is when we worry. That’s why God specifically tells us to cast our cares on Him.

Live at peace and cast all your cares to Jesus and be encouraged daily through this product:

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December 29, 2017

Thank you for this. My husband and I are trying to sell our home. We are having a well water issue. We are praying that it clears up, and that all the reports come out good. Sometimes it is hard not to worry. To take it on ourselves. But God’s word says to not be anxious about anything. But with prayer and supplication make our requests known, with thanksgiving. Knowing our Heavenly Father hears and answers us. Im thankful for this promise. And for His loving arms that hold us together.

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