“Is it Okay to Worry about Things?”

The answer is No!!!

As Christians in today’s society it is so easy to get bogged down by the world’s events, happenings and problems.  

The world’s drama leads to anxiety that causes us as Christian to become anxious, distressed and troubled.  

In Philippians 4:6 (AMP)  6 Do not be anxious or worried about anything, but in everything [every circumstance and situation] by prayer and petition with thanksgiving, continue to make your  [specific ] requests known to God. 

So in essence, God does not want us as Christians to get caught up in the midst of the world’s chaos.  We are not to become consumed or overwhelmed from the fears, anxieties and worries of the world.

Instead, we are to conquer those fears, anxieties and worries, by seeking God’s guidance through our prayers, specific requests and petitions in each and everything that we do.
God Bless you all,
Enjoy the rest of your week! 😀


About Bishop, Dr. W. F. Houston Jr. (Th. D.)

I am the Founder of Christian House of Faith-CHOF Ministry. CHOF ministry is a non-denominational non-profit ministry. All I will ever ask for is your Agape (unconditional love). CHOF Ministry is committed to helping people reach their highest potential in Christ by spreading the Word of God to His people via sermons, teachings, Bible verses, devotions, or an inspirational word. To know more about me or my ministry visit the CHOF Ministry please my ministry website at: http://www.christianhouseoffaithchof.net God Bless you.
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