The bible tells us that we do have a choice of whether we are going to serve the Lord, or not. Choices in our lives brings consequences, and when we do have to make decisions that will have an impact on our future, it is important to spend time in prayer before we decide the path the Lord would want us to take. With that in mind, why is it that people make choices that would cause them to have anxiety?
No one can make you have a bad day. You wake up in the morning and within that short time frame before you get up, you predict what kind of day you are going to have.
If you know that you have something unpleasant scheduled on your agenda, you might say that you are going to have a rough day; instead, wouldn’t it be easier to pray that you will see the good in every day?
It’s about changing a mindset on negative, and turning it into a positive. Take a good look at the blessings you have, rather than the ones that haven’t come to pass, yet. In all things give thanks. Granted, that is easier said than done.
It’s time for us to reflect on what is right in our lives. We have salvation; we trust a God who loves us unconditionally, and we have his promise, to never leave us nor forsake us.
What more can we ask?