An inspirational poem for your daily lives on not to worry about a thing in life. The poem is inspired by Eleanor Porter.
Worry never climbed a hill,
Worry never paid a bill,
Worry never dried a tear,
Worry never calmed a fear,
Worry never darned a heel,
Worry never cooked a meal,
Worry never led a horse to water,
Worry never done a thing you’d think it oughta.
The ability to worry is not a spiritual problem but a physical. Humans we worry about a lot of things, especially things we want and need but not getting to our needs. Worry changes nothing in our lives, but makes us uncomfortable. Cling unto Jesus every single day to battle the spirit of worry out of our lives, and am sure gradually we will walk away from that part of our lives.
Be productive, motivated, and believe we will overcome.