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Freed From Anxiety: Our Higher Calling (Matthew 6:31-33‪)‬ Legacy Reformed Baptist Church Sermon Audio

    • Christianity

Christ commanded us not to be anxious. Throughout the Gospels we see that His disciples were prone to anxiety, yet His consistent message was that they were not to be anxious about anything. We don’t have to look far to realize that we too are in need of the constant reminder not to be anxious.

We are not just given a command, but Christ has given us well reasoned evidence that should prove to us that we don’t need to be anxious. No matter what we face in this life. God knows our needs. God cares for us. God is able to much more than we could ever hope for or desire.

Instead of following the pattern of worry that we see lived out around us in the lives of unbelievers, Christians are called to seek the Kingdom of God and His Righteousness, and God will provide all that we need. Even if it is not what we expected, or thought was for our greatest good.

Christ commanded us not to be anxious. Throughout the Gospels we see that His disciples were prone to anxiety, yet His consistent message was that they were not to be anxious about anything. We don’t have to look far to realize that we too are in need of the constant reminder not to be anxious.

We are not just given a command, but Christ has given us well reasoned evidence that should prove to us that we don’t need to be anxious. No matter what we face in this life. God knows our needs. God cares for us. God is able to much more than we could ever hope for or desire.

Instead of following the pattern of worry that we see lived out around us in the lives of unbelievers, Christians are called to seek the Kingdom of God and His Righteousness, and God will provide all that we need. Even if it is not what we expected, or thought was for our greatest good.

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