”Do not…be anxious about tomorrow.” Wow! Is there any other season of the year that screams that reminder? Most of the stuff we worry about never happens, or turns out better than we anticipate. God never intended us to carry tomorrows burdens along with today’s. A well-known pastor was flying over the Mississippi River one day when the sky grew dark. “We can’t see where we’re going!” he exclaimed. Calmly the pilot replied, “We just need to rise above the ground heat, dust, and smoke.” After climbing another 1,000 feet they emerged into a clear, beautiful world. Corrie Ten Boom called faith “the radar that pierces through the fog.” When worry tries to fog you in, you can rise above it by placing your trust in God. “Those who trust in the Lord…will soar…like eagles” Isa 40:31 NLT.
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