Worrying That Works

Worry.  That’s an activity or action of mind that we are all familiar with.  In fact, for most people, worrying is easier than falling off a log.

There is a kind of worry that will work, and work very well…

The worrying that works is what the Bible calls, meditation.  The activity is the same with both.  The content is just different. 

Worry is thinking deeply about the logical outcome of one’s life as if there’s no God.  Meditation is thinking about how one’s life will look if the Word of God is the truth.

Worry frets over the bad natural report.   Meditation ponders over God’s good supernatural report.

Worry fills the mind with struggle.  Meditation fills the mind with salvation.

If you know how to worry, you are already well trained in the art of meditation.  Simply change the content.  The result will be a partnership with God that discovers an unfolding abundance of life.

One word at a time is all it takes to meditate:  My God SHALL…yes, He SHALL…SUPPLY…HE SHALL SUPPLY…MY GOD SHALL SUPPLY ALL…EVERY…EVERY…MY GOD SHALL…YES, HE SHALL….MY GOD SHALL SUPPLY…YES HE SHALL SUPPLY…ALL…YES ALL….I SAID ALL…ALL…ALL need is supplied…it’s already done…

You fill in the blanks.  You make up the chant.  You make your thoughts roll around in the abundance of His Word.  How long?  Continually until it becomes subconscious chatter.

Read it.  Write it. Say it.  Sing it.  Pray it.  Let God’s supernatural Word dominate your mind and discover a new joy and power in life.

Gary