An Anxious Heart

“…Ella’s prescription for contentment:

~Never allow yourself to complain about anything — not even the weather. ~Never picture yourself in any other circumstances or someplace else.
~Never compare your lot with another’s.
~Never allow yourself to wish this or that had been otherwise.
~Never dwell on tomorrow — remember that [tomorrow] is God’s, not ours.”

“George Müller said, ‘The beginning of anxiety is the end of faith. The beginning of true faith is the end of anxiety.'”

“Bible study is good, but memorizing and meditating on God ’s Word are the best ways to place His Word in your heart and mind. Cynthia Heald said that memorizing Scripture increases the Holy Spirit’s vocabulary in your life.”

Dillow, Linda. Calm My Anxious Heart: A Woman’s Guide to Finding Contentment (TH1NK Reference Collection) . NAVPress – A. Kindle Edition.

*Photo is of rice ready for harvest.

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