{What Do I Know of Holy}: Taming the Worry Monster

Wednesday, March 7, 2012

I interrupt our regularly scheduled I HATE RELIGION series, to bring to you a message that I believe all women should hear.

This was posted on my blog by my friend Melanie of Only a Breath for our {Hope for the Home} series. Enjoy!

Click image to download. Keep card with you as a daily reminder.

Hi, my name is Melanie. I am a wife and mom who loves to belly-laugh and savor each moment of this precious life. I write at Only A Breath to encourage others and share the hope of God's unfailing love.... and as far back as I can remember, I've been a worrier.

When I was younger, I would worry about school, or homework, or problems with friends, or ... boys. I always thought I would outgrow the worry habit when I was older and more mature. It only made sense that as my life matured, the worry would cease. Unfortunately, that wasn't the case.

You see, as adults we just have different -- and often more serious -- issues to worry about. Now, the worry monster creeps up and wants to whisper in my ear about work deadlines, comparisons to other women, concerns over my children's safety, and so many more.

I used to think that worry was no big deal... I mean, it's not like worry is a SIN, right?

Yes, sweet friend, I think it is...(please click here to read the rest at Worthy of the Prize!)

Also, be sure to check out Melanie at Only a Breath and to enter her fun giveaway! :)

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