Rhetorical Questions - Spiritual Growth Encouragement Series


Bible Verse: Matthew 6:27
“Can any one of you by worrying add a single hour to your life[?"

Reflect and Respond: What did Jesus' rhetorical question imply about the need to worry? Here is His full teaching from this text: Matthew 6:25-34

Prayer: Father, I realize the futility in worry, but I need Your help to overcome it. Please take my worry today, and help me trust in Your timing and plan for all of my circumstances. Help me rely on Your presence in my life. I pray this in Jesus' name. Amen.

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8 months ago
Worry and fear the to evils that pleases the evil one.
8 months ago
Lord Jesus, my trust and confidence lie in my belief in You and in Your Word. Your Word, taken in daily, makes me strong with the ability to get through even the toughest of days.
8 months ago
Lord thank you for helping me to overcome my worries and for trusting in you, please continue to help me to focus deeply in faith when circumstances accused. Amen.
8 months ago
Lord I need to trust more and pray less, may I trust you more.
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8 months ago
Never pray less; God’s word says to pray ceaselessly…. never stop praying!
8 months ago
Great devotion.
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