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Newsletter Issue #22  --  July 9, 2018  

Are You Addicted to Worry?

be anxious for nothing If worry can be an addiction, then several of my family members are addicts. I've heard more than one relative say something like, "If I didn't have anything to worry about, I'd invent something." If you suffer from chronic worrying, then know that you're not walking in God's best plan for your life.

Michel de Montaigne, a philosopher of the French Renaissance, once said, "My life has been full of terrible misfortunes, most of which never happened."

You can read through the entire Bible, and you will not find one verse that says, "God worried." God does not wring His hands, trying to figure out what to do. He does not stay up at night, rehashing thoughts of what might happen. He does not call all the angels together, telling them about all that worries Him under the pretense of wanting prayer. He is never anxious; He never intended for you to worry.

Here is a very simple saying that will change your life if . . . click here to keep reading.


Teach children what Jesus had to say about worry in his 
Sermon on the Mount.

Sermon on the Mount lesson plans







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