Don’t Worry About Tomorrow

Matthew 6:32-34 (NLT)“Your heavenly Father already knows your needs, and He will give you all you need from day to day if you live for Him and make the Kingdom of God your primary concern.  So don’t worry about tomorrow, for tomorrow will bring its own worries.  Today’s trouble is enough for today.”

We serve a great and mighty God.  If we stop to think, our mind can hardly fathom the awesome truth that God takes notice of our needs, whatever they may be.  He cares for us and loves us.

 In our everyday life, we are faced with new opportunities and great challenges and it is wonderful to know that He, the creator of all good things the one that holds the entire universe under His control takes time to check in on us daily.

 Why do we worry about tomorrow?  Why are we concern for petty little things that only come to rob our joy and peace of mind? This scripture is one that is worth memorizing by heart and when we feel that the worries of daily life are burdening us down, we can quote it and feel the great assurance that God Almighty is there and in a quiet voice says to us-“I am here, don’t worry.  I will see you through, don’t worry, I love you and promise to be with you, don’t worry.”He will take care of us. “I know the plans I have for you, plans to prosper you and not to harm you” ( Jeremiah 29:11).

What does it mean to make the Kingdom of God our primary concern?    It means that when we surrender our life to Him, He is in control and takes on the responsibility to meet all our needs according to His will for our life. It means that we can acknowledge His Lordship and believe and understand in our heart that He is a righteous and loving God. It means that we can trust Him completely, even when we don’t understand.   

 Today, many have fallen into a mode that is life wrecking.  We give Him last place in our life and expect Him to be at our beckon call when we are in trouble and find ourselves in difficult situations. God loves us and wants to see us through those hard and difficult times but we must let Him have His way in our lives.

He knows our needs, He will give us what we need when we live for Him, and He says, “Don’t worry about tomorrow, I AM HERE.”

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