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The Cure to Worry

A New Beginning / Greg Laurie
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May 17, 2020 9:00 am

The Cure to Worry

A New Beginning / Greg Laurie

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May 17, 2020 9:00 am

Pastor Greg Laurie delivers a message from Philippians 4, offering encouraging words to help us dispel the worries that plague our lives.

The Greek word translated anxious in verse 6 means, “to be pulled in different directions.”

1. The believer should not worry.

When you worry about the future, you cripple yourself in the present.

Worrying does not empty tomorrow of its sorrow; it empties today of its strength.

2. Instead of worrying, you should rejoice!

“A cheerful heart has a continual feast" (Proverbs 15:15).  

God’s plans for you are still good and He will never leave or forsake you.

3. When we pray instead of worry and rejoice instead of panic, we have peace.

3 Steps to the Cure for Worry

Right Praying

Right Thinking

Right Living

The peace of God will stand guard night and day over the two areas that create worry: the heart (wrong feeling) and the mind (wrong thinking).

Why do thoughts matter?

Because what we think about ultimately affects what we do.

The next time you are filled with worry, try talking to yourself.

Scriptures Mentioned

Philippians 4:1—9

Proverbs 15:15

Habakkuk 3:17—18

Psalm 42:8

Proverbs 23:7

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