Theology / October 6, 2014

The Noose of Worry

Worry takes many forms: Fear of failure. Fear of the unknown. Fear of inadequacy.

Oftentimes worry feels like a noose wrapped around us, poised to choke out our trust in God. At its root, fear exchanges our trust in God for a trust in ourselves. It takes our eyes off Christ and sets them on the things of this world.

When you feel the noose of worry closing around you, look to the Savior who was crucified so you could set your eyes on his kingdom; not yours.

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