God is strongly against worry!
Jesus preached against it. Paul preached against it.

Matthew 6:31 says: Therefore do not be anxious, saying, What shall we eat? or, What shall we drink? or, With what shall we be clothed?


The whole Bible preaches against worry because it was designed by Satan to produce stress, strain and death.

Yet many of us still act as if it's an option, as if we're free to worry if we want to. But we're not! Worrying is a sin. It's one of those things the Word of God directly commands us not to do.


So then what are you supposed to do with all the concerns you have about your problems?
Well, the answer is found in 1 Peter 5:7. God says you should "cast them all upon Him."
Notice the word "ALL." Not 75 percent, but all of them!

Your confession every morning should be, "I do not have a care in this world because I've cast every one of them onto my Lord."

So if Satan brings a worried thought to your mind, saying, "What if this terrible thing happens?"
Immediately you should rebuke him and speak God's word out of your mouth. Satan has to flee at the name of Jesus! Hallelujah!

Once you do that, changes will start to take place in your life. Problems you've been fretting about for years will start being solved.

God's power can begin to operate because you've acted in faith and cast your cares on Him!


You can be at great peace even when there's turmoil and trouble in the world.
Why? Because you chose to believe God's Word instead of what man says.

Remember, we are sons of God! We've got to be different from the world.
If the world says "recession!" You can boldly declare, "Hallelujah, my God supplies all of my needs according to His riches in glory by Christ Jesus!"


People go by what they see and feel. To a mere man, this lifestyle is normal. Their feelings are based on the circumstances of life. 

However as children of God, we need to go by what the Word says. 

Psalm 119:165: Great peace have they which love Your law (word) and nothing shall offend them. 

Hebrews 12:2: Looking unto Jesus the author and finisher of our faith..


God will not take your cares away from you. You have to give them to Him. Then replace those worries with the Word.
Yes, you can do it! The Greater One dwells within you. He is able to put you over! Commit to it.

You'll never have to worry again!