Friday, June 5, 2015

Worrier or Truster?

Calling all Women of Faith....
....what's your stance on worry?  The sunday school answer, of course, is that worry isn't necessary because you only need to trust God.  Trusting God is a great privilege and comfort for a believer.  But,  how many women say the "I trust God" words while staying up all night worrying about things?  How do you make the transition from all-night-worrier to full-out-truster?
Take it a step at a time. The next time you have an issue that causes you worry, give it to God. Then, every time the urge pops up to take it back from Him and worry about it, intentionally and even aloud, state that this particular issue is God's to deal with.
Learning to trust God is a journey ~ take the first step!
Every evening I turn my worries over to God.  He's going to be up all night anyway!
Mary C. Crowley
You will keep him in perfect peace, whose  mind is stayed on You, because he trust in You.
Isaiah 26:3
Today's Inspiration:
God Moments for Women
Did you notice my new coffee mug? Daughter went on vacation and brought it back for me!  Guess where she went!  haha
Thank you Tammy.
Until Next Time
On a journey to trust God more!


  1. First of all, love the mug....especially, the color. :) Worry or trust....for me the worry is less and trust is greater the older I'm getting. Maybe wisdom truly does come with age! :) HOPE you have a great weekend, my sweet Friend!

  2. Beautiful mug! Sigh...worry...for me it depends on what it is...and you are so right, trust must be in order. He wants us to trust Him, sometimes, it is just hard not to worry. Blessings (what a great post, Mary! Thank you everyday for such uplifting posts.)

  3. I guess to be honest, I have to say a little of both. As humans we do worry but like you said, at once I remember "Why worry when God has it all in control" then I can repeat to myself that verse of Psalm 26:3 !

  4. Your photos are beautiful, Mary! Although I must admit that I do worry from time to time, I know that worry is a waste of time and changes nothing. It causes stress and health problems! God is with us and He is equipped to deal with every single thing that comes our way, so we can either worry or pray. We cannot do both.

  5. I'm a worrier and need to place it in God's hands more often...your photos are so very pretty and what a nice mug!

  6. Wonderful and heartwarming encouragement. Thank you so much


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