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Guess What God Wants Us To Do When We’re Anxious Or Worried?

 

Catholic Speaker and Author Gary Zimak appears each Wednesday on EWTN Radio's The Son Rise Morning Show with his series Let Not Your Heart Be Troubled

Here’s the verse I shared on my weekly “Let Not Your Heart Be Troubled” segment on EWTN Radio’s Son Rise Morning Show today…

Cast all your anxieties on him, for he cares about you. (1 Peter 5:7)

When we’re anxious or feeling like we’re not in control, we sometimes think that worrying is our only option. Not true! In this powerful verse, St. Peter reminds us to give our anxieties to the Lord because He cares about us. Wow! No matter what you’re going through today, make it a point to give it to the Lord. He doesn’t want you to be anxious. He wants you to turn to Him because He loves you.

Give it a try and see what happens!

2 Comments

  1. Pam Lynn says:

    I heard you speak on EWTN radio early this morning and breathed a sigh of relief to know I’m not the only person on the planet dealing with killer anxiety. I am in the process of converting to the Catholic faith after being an Evangelical Christian for many years. It is a monumental change and has brought tremendous anxiety, instead of the peace I thought it would bring. So as a result of hearing you speak and looking up this website, I’m going to close now and order your book “From Fear to Faith” and hopefully I will learn something valuable that I haven’t in the miriad of books from a Protestant viewpoint.

    Blessings to you and your ministry.
    Pam Lynn

    1. Gary Zimak says:

      Thank you, Pam. Welcome home! I’ll keep you in my prayers. Please feel free to contact me if I can be of service in any way. Continue to give your anxieties to the Lord and you’ll be fine!

      In Christ,
      Gary

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