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I admit I'm a worrier, but I just can't help it. I've always been this way, and no matter what people say to try to reassure me, I still worry about what might happen -- not just to me, but to everyone in my family. Are some people just natural worriers?


Yes, some of us do worry more than most people do. And some of us are exactly the opposite — not worrying about anything and even ignoring obvious dangers.

But neither extreme is healthy or right. The constant worrier is always stressed and never at peace, while the carefree person who ignores life’s dangers often ends up making disastrous decisions about their future, or even putting their lives at risk. The Bible wisely says, “The wisdom of the prudent is to give thought to their ways, but the folly of fools is deception” (Proverbs 14:8).

The key for someone like you is to learn to trust God for the future, and to commit your worries into His hands. After all, God knows the future, and He has promised to be with us when we turn to Him in faith and trust. As long as we think the future is up to us, we’ll always be nervous. But when we understand that our loving God is in control, then we don’t need to worry and fret about the future.

Begin by trusting Jesus Christ for the most important reality you (or anyone else) will ever face: your eternal destiny. By faith ask Him to come into your life and save you — and He will. Then ask Him to help you commit your worries into His hands every day. The Bible says, “Cast all your anxiety on him because he cares for you” (1 Peter 5:7).

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  1. Jeanie Hill says:

    I enjoy reading “My Answer”. Each day in the Memphis newspaper. I save the articles so I can read them to people who may not understand how to follow Christ. It explains Christianity in a meaningful and concise way. Thank you for sharing your talent in teaching the gospel.

  2. Adedoyin John says:

    May The Joy Of D Lord Continue To Be Our Strenght Amen

  3. Brenda Parish says:

    Thank you for your reassurance.y family is going through so much. Please pray for us. It is very much needed. Thank you

  4. Janet Harninger Pomponio says:

    Since I could remember I’ve been a worrier. It would throw me into awful panic attracts. 13 years ago I was diagnosed with breast cancer. Stage 3. I worried like crazy. Than I read….be still and know that I am God. It didn’t leave like lighting but my next treatment I repeated that quote over and over in my mind and praise God I was at peace. People think I’m crazy when I say cancer is one of the best things that has happened to me, but it did make me put all my trust in God. I surrendered to Him. From that day to the present I have nerver had a panic attack again. I worry a little sometimes but it never gets a grip on me.

  5. Ken says:

    When you cast all your cares and worries and fears unto God, He will be there for you, When Christ died on the Cross for us, his blood was shed to not only save us from hell; but also to protect us from the evils of satan.. Just remember it is a sin to worry, and to have fears.. Just call ot to Jesus, and plead the blood over of Jesus over all your cares; cast all of your fears…..

  6. Donna says:

    I am a Christian and I love the Lord with all my heart but I know bad things happen to good people. I thank God that he is there for me when I am going through the bad times.