Bible explanation of against worries

Matthew 4: 4 but he answered and said, it is written, man shall not live by bread alone, but by every word that proceedeth out of the mouth of God. God wrote this Bible for you. It is your guide. It is your manual, and God Almighty wrote it for you. And within this book you will find instructions on how you should live your life. The Bible addresses a wide range of topics, and one of the topics the Bible addresses is the topic of worry. God is our maker. Knew that we as humans have a propensity to worry. And in his Bible he instructed us on how we can overcome worry. Just do some research on the effects of worry and stress on the human body. You will quickly find out that God did not design us to live in a constant state of stress and worry. Two words for you today. Don't worry, this is a message from Jesus today. Don't worry. But but Jesus, this is happening to me. Jesus is saying to you, don't worry.

 Matthew six verses 25 to 34 therefore I say to you, do not worry about your life, what you will eat or what you will drink, nor about your body what you will put on. Is not life more than food and the body more than clothing? Look at the birds of the air, for they neither sow nor reap, nor gather into barns, yet your heavenly father feeds them. Are you not of more value than they? Which of you, by worrying, can add one cubit to his stature? So why do you worry about clothing? Consider the lilies of the field, how they grow.

 They neither toil nor spin. And yet I say to you that even Solomon in all his glory was not arrayed like one of these. Now if God so clothes the grass of the field, which today is, and tomorrow is thrown into the oven, will he not much more clothe you, O you of little faith? Therefore do not worry, saying, what shall we eat, or what shall we drink, or what shall we wear? For after all these things the Gentiles seek. For your heavenly father knows that you need all these things. But seek first the kingdom of God and his righteousness, and all these things shall be added to you. Therefore, do not worry about tomorrow, for tomorrow will worry about its own things. Sufficient for the day is its own trouble. Three times in this passage of Scripture, Jesus tells you, don't worry. So next time worry attacks you, I want you to read Matthew six verses 25 to 34, and you will hear the words of Jesus three times telling you, don't worry. Don't worry. Don't worry. Don't worry. Don't worry. Don't worry. In this passage of Scripture, Jesus is not telling his followers to quit their jobs. Neither is he telling them to be lazy and expect God to supernaturally provide. Neither is he implying to people not to go to work to provide for their families.

 Neither is he telling people not to plan for the future. What he is telling you is don't be so consumed and obsessed with worry. So I ask you one simple question today. What are you worrying about? What are you worried about? If God said to you, I will never leave you nor forsake you. What are you worried about? If God is in control, what are you worried about? If God the Father is almighty and all knowing. What are you worried about? If God is always there in the time of trouble, this is a word straight from heaven. Today God is with you. Even in the crisis you are facing today, he is there with you. Now as you face the impossible odds, he is there with you. Now as you face the doctor's report, he is there with you as you face the giants in your life. I know, I know, I know, it looks hopeless, but the Bible is telling you don't worry. What are you worrying about today? I just want to remind you all that we are facing the crises, the sickness, the uncertainty in the world. God is bigger than all of these things. It's okay not to be able to solve every situation in your life. It's okay not to have the solution, but know this you have a God who has the perfect solution. Our God specializes in creating solutions for impossible situations. Philippians four six says, be careful for nothing, but in everything by prayer and supplication, with thanksgiving, let your requests be made known unto God.

 The Bible says that we should be careful for nothing. The word careful according to that scripture means we should take no thought for anything. The first reason we should not take thought or become worried about anything is that our worries will never get anything better. Rather, worries normally worsen people's condition. This does not mean that we should be senseless and unthoughtful. We can make plans about the future and trust the grace of God to help us through the future. However, God does not want us to pierce our hearts with sorrows because of the challenges and cares of this life. There will always be reasons to worry, but we can also choose not to be worried. We are to be careful for nothing.

 Instead of being thoughtful and worried, we are to make our requests known to God with a heart full of thanksgiving. No matter how great our challenges present themselves before us, we must learn to magnify our trust in God above our problem. God did not say we should live in a little la la land. We as Christians need to deal in the reality. And the reality is, in every person's life, there are legitimate reasons to worry. For some people it is a sickness. For others it is their children, others their job, others their relationship, others that is how they will pay bills or how they will put food on the table. But what worry does? Worry limits your vision. Worry says everything ends with you and your resources.

 But that is not a reality for a child of God. So next time worry. Listen to the words of Jesus and don't worry and hand that worry over to God. Just give it to God. Present it over to him. He is a loving father. Don't hold on to the worry. Give the situation over to God and allow the peace of God to overflow you. Your resources are limited, but God's aren't. One of the greatest causes of worries is fear of the unknown and the fear of failing or losing. But Christ has already won the battle, and we cannot be defeated. If we remain in Christ. We don't need to worry because we are more than conquerors through Christ. Fear has been defeated. You are not a candidate of fear. You are not a child of fear and worry. God is your father and you are his child. God knows how the story ends. God knows what we need ever before we make our requests known to him. He is a loving father who cares for us. He values us and in his hand. Instead of being worried about what the future holds, we should rather seek the face of God, the God who holds the future. Can I tell you a secret? The problem you are stressing about and worrying about God has already solved the problem. You just don't know it yet. Remember, he is a God that makes a way when there seems to be no way.

 What are you worried about today? What is playing on your mind? What is giving you sleepless night? What is stressing you right now? Is it the bills you have to pay? Is it your marriage? Is it your job? Is it the fear of the future? Is it your children? I don't know what is stressing you today, but what I do know is that you have a God who is bigger than those things which you are worrying about. A God who cares and loves you. Jesus said in Matthew six, verse 34 that therefore do not worry about tomorrow, for tomorrow will worry about itself. Each day has enough trouble of its own. Worry is a thief of joy. Worry is a thief of peace. When you see worry, you will see disruption. Where there is worry, you will find a lack of peace. Where there is worry, you will find hopelessness there. It is. Either you allow worry to overcome you, or you overcome it by believing in the words of Christ that say you should not worry. Worrying doesn't solve anything. I have not seen anyone solve their problems by worrying. Worrying will only compound the problems for you and the worry will keep growing. You need to know that the devil wants you to doubt God and doubt your future. The devil wants you to doubt the plans God has for your life, and that is why he will bring in worries. What are you worrying about in your life right now that God cannot do? I encourage you today to believe in God and believe in Jesus. Trust in him and who he is, and trust in the fact that he is able to save you from whatever situation you are facing.

 Look at what Jesus said to the disciples, who had a lot of justifiable reasons to worry. John 14 verse one. Let not your heart be troubled. Ye believe in God, believe also in me. His disciples had reason to be troubled. Jesus had just told them that one of them was a traitor and that he would leave them that night. All of this would legitimately trouble the disciples. But look at what Jesus said to them. Let not your heart be troubled. Jesus never promised a life without trouble, but he promised that we could have an untroubled heart even in a troubled life. Jesus told the disciples, and he is telling you today, rather than giving in to a troubled heart, put your trust in God and in Jesus himself. 

So I ask you today, do you trust God? Do you trust him at His word? Do you trust that he is bigger than any situation you might be facing or challenge you may be facing? There is nothing impossible for God to solve. Can I tell you the truth and a secret? You don't have to know the future to stop worrying. You don't have to have everything figured out before you stop worrying. All you need to do is to know the one who knows the future. All you need to know is the one who knows the end from the beginning. And that is God. It doesn't matter what tomorrow will look like. God is there. Trust in him.

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