Matthew 6:34 NKJV — “Therefore do not worry about tomorrow, for tomorrow will worry about its own things. Sufficient for the day is its own trouble.
Jesus’s words are so rich.
Yet, how easy is it to live in today without worry?
Especially those worries which point to a future moment.
At times our minds can be so full of doubt, worry, and fear that we feel overwhelmed and lost.
Our very understanding is twisted by despair if not unchecked.
Therefore Jesus’s words hold such freedom.
Live in today and don’t worry about tomorrow.
Each day has enough in it without dragging in worries and fears about tomorrow, next week, next year.
Yet, without purposeful effort, the enemy will bombard our minds with worry, fear, and doubt.
So how do we live in today and refuse to fall into the web of worry?
Take every thought captive.
Choose to trust God.
At times it’s helpful just to state it.
“Lord, I don’t know what is happening and tomorrow seems so uncertain, but I trust You to handle it all. What is the task at hand I need to focus on?”
Then follow through.
If you can’t hear the Lord direct you, look to see what needs to be done and do it.
Sometimes that’s as mundane as laundry.
Sometimes it’s as eternal as guiding a child’s heart.
Sometimes it’s as small as an encouraging word.
Sometimes it’s as monumental as God’s truth in season.
Whatever you find to do, do it with all your might unto the Lord.
In the doing, is where we will find our faith in God built-up.
Live in today unto the Lord, and refuse to fall prey to the enemy’s schemes of worry.
Dear Lord Jesus,
Thank You for this verse. Please help us to better understand how to walk without fear. Lord, we are frail and often feel helpless. Please step in at those moments and take charge of our hearts and minds, bringing us security in You. Lord, thank You for being so faithful and diligent in all things and teaching us how to walk closer to You each day. Lord, if there is anything which has tied and trapped us into the enemy’s web of worry, please expose it, so we might repent and allow You to cut the ties that bind us to sin. Lord Jesus, we love You and we thank You for all You are doing on our behalf. We praise Your glorious name! Amen!