"Keep the wolves of worry at bay." (67)
Wow...it is so easy to worry. It just comes so naturally. However, we are not equipped to handle worry. There's no place in our minds or bodies designed to successfully house worry. Worry wrecks havoc on our ability to think clearly and to live healthy.
So God tells us to "rejoice always, pray constantly and give thanks in everything for this is God's Will for you..." (I Thes. 5:16-18)
I've decided that good worriers make great intercessors. When we turn every worry into a prayer and praise session a lot is accomplished and we are living in "God's Will."
The "wolves of worry" don't hang out in the center of God's Will!
Tucked in Tight...dmc