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I had a friend once, I ask him “do you believe in god” He didn’t answer right away like he was just giving it some thought, So before he answered I said ,”do you believe in Satan”? He looked across the room at his wife and said rather quickly “yes” I said will you had better believe in God!. We both laughed. A lot of people reach for God when they are worried, or in some kind of trouble.
Doctors will tell you that their patients that pray, or have a strong belief in God, are sometimes suddenly healed, even with the grimmest of diagnosis. Many will say it’s just, a coincidence maybe a placebo effect. Whatever it is, it seems to work.
I believe that there is also a worry effect: worry and prayer are energies, one is negative one is positive, if you are worried about something you bring negative energy to it.
Why would we want to bring energy to something or someone that’s causing you worry or heartache? The things we pray for the most are also the things we worry about the most which leave us in constant turmoil things start to look good and then they turn bad, back and forth, back and forth. We pray for success, and worry about success. Worry can look like anger, fear, and frustration.
We all have lost our temper with our loved ones, caused from worry. This only brought more suffering to the situation. We have all got frustrated at our job, because we are worried about our success or lack of .
If you believe in the power of prayer than believe in the power of worry. The next time you are angry, frustrated, or irritated ask yourself, what am I worried about? And then ask yourself do I want to give this “worry” energy…? Turn that worry into positive prayer, a positive prayer is a knowing, or seeing of something already happening, and believing of it.
2 thoughts on “The Power Of Worry”
Asking the question, “do I want to give that worry energy?” Brilliant question because it triggers a strong emotion to change your course.
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