A living faith

Mathew 6:27 ‘Who of you by worrying can add a single hour to his life?’

Worry can cause a cycle of inertia. One may ask “How then can I get out of this cycle?” The question is do you have faith when you worry? Let us look deeper at our faith.

James 2:14 ‘What good is it my brother if a man claims to have faith but has no deeds?’ Yes, your faith in action will pull you out of that cycle of worry. James 2:6 ‘…so faith without deeds is dead.’ You start living your faith in loving service to God, others, your family and yourself. Go on the offensive, who can you love today? Who can you serve? Who can you show kindness to? …mercy, compassion, other? Dedicate your actions of faith to God – “Worry is for yesterday…..I am ready LORD.” Bless you.

Prayer. Holy Father,please touch those of your children beset with worry. Please reconcile and restore Lambert and Ida, please assist Menda, Peter, Leigh and Alec to find employment. Please assist Kevin with business. Please heal and restore Caitlin, Rotraut, baby Mathew, Wally, Jimmy, Ralph, Mark, baby Daniella, Barbara, Vianna, Austen, Keith, Sheila, Johan, Marius, Rose, Lesley, Jimmy, Joanne, Branda, Roger, Don, Petra, Racheal, Pauline, Billy, Bernadette, Jenny, Sarah, Stacey, Paul, Maria, Jill, Teena, Debra, Trish, Michelle, Pedro, Charlotte, Chad, Anton, Mary, Nicky, Lidia, Tony, baby Mia, Kathy, Michael, Brandon, Mark. Amen.

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