Each day has enough trouble of its own. Isn’t that the truth. Today’s struggles are very relevant to this verse today. Concentrating on today’s troubles will benefit me more than worrying about today’s plus about the non existent ones still to come down the road (if they even do).
By focusing so much on them both, will put so much more weight on your shoulders, and it will be very difficult to bear.
“Focus on the step in front of you, not the whole staircase.”
Today, I was told to quarantine for 10 days, because I am not vaxxnated (purposely spelt incorrectly). Yet if I was vaxxnated, I’m sure I’d be allowed to work (I know this because they told me so, not just my assumption). 10 days without pay will be difficult on us for sure. I already stuggle more than before just because my pay is lower than my previous job.
To think God knew where I would be at this time of my life is boggling. It’s something we often forget. We worry but God already knew about it.
- What problems are you facing today?
- Are those problems causing you to fear of things in the future?
- How can you look at these things with a new perspective, now that you know God saw before it would occur?
- How will you respond?
“casting all your care upon him; for he careth for you.”
(1 Peter 5:7, KJV)