JUST think of having His wonderful peace guarding one’s heart and one’s thoughts all day long. But it is only on condition that we fulfill the sixth verse, “In nothing be anxious,”–this is a distinct command, and, if we fail to fulfill it, we shall not get the blessing. Sorrow even is anxiety, and should be laid upon our blessed Lord. Then in prayer and supplication we must not forget that thanksgiving is also distinctly commanded; we must praise God for His dealings with us, even though we cannot make them out at times. Pray God to make you cease from anxiety about yourself and your plans; just be willing to do the work our dear Father gives you at the time. - JOHN KENNETH MACKENZIE
Oh, how great peace and quietness would he possess who should cut off all vain anxiety and place all his confidence in God. - THOMAS À KEMPIS
Source: Joy and Strength. Author: Mary Wilder Tileston. This devotional post is re-posted from "Sarita In Ukraine". Thanks Sarita.
Ain't that the truth! Thanks for the reminder.
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