Anxiety

There are times in our lives when we become very anxious; this could be from something very minor or something potentially catastrophic. We all pass through these stages of instability and uncertainty. Remember one thing: we hold the ability to cope with these times in our own hands. More often than not, these periods drift away on their own. So, we need not allow anxiety to alter the paths we have chosen.

Through all the turmoil Moses faced, God said to him “I will be with you!” As God protected Moses, God also protects us on our journeys. Jesus reminds us that according to God’s divine power, all things that pertain to life and goodness are given freely. We need not ask; we need to fear; we need not be anxious.

© Russell K. Carter

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