“Therefore I tell you, do not be anxious about your life.”
Read -(Matt. 6:25-26)
The Greek word for “anxious” in this passage means “distracted.” It’s a word that refers to uncertainty. That’s what anxiety produces in us.
The word “anxious” is also translated as “worry”. For many people, worry has become a way of life. Notice Jesus words are not a suggestion—they’re a command.
Anxiety occurs because of the way we respond to a problem or troubling situation. You can choose how you feel. It certainly isn’t God’s purpose for you to feel anxious—He doesn’t allow situations in your life so you’ll have anxiety. The Father may allow a situation in your life to develop stronger faith, grow and mature, or change a bad habit or negative attitude. But God doesn’t set you up for anxiety. He’s always at work to bring you to a place where you’ll trust Him more, obey Him more fully, and receive more of His blessings.
“Shalom”-Meaning - Gods perfect Peace.