Daily Scripture: Matthew 6:34





Therefore do not worry about tomorrow, for tomorrow will worry about its own things. Sufficient for the day is its own trouble.
Matthew 6:34

If you were worried about finding scripture for worrying, you're in the clear! Worry dates back to the beginning of time. Apparently, undue concern for what is to come is so important an issue, that Matthew needs to send a reminder in 6:34. You're advised to take it one day at a time; there's no need to be distracted by "what-ifs." Live righteously in the moment and God will reward you with a future you can handle. 

IF YOU LIKE THIS SCRIPTURE & INSIGHT, YOU'LL LOVE MATTHEW 11:28!




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The testimony of a good conscience will make the comforts of heaven descend upon a man's weary head like refreshing dew or shower upon a parched land. It will give him lively earnests and secret anticipations of approaching joy; it will bid his soul go out of the body undauntedly, and lift up his head with confidence before saints and angels. end quote
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