Much of what we face can’t be deterred, prevented or even predicted. Thus we need to become resilient. –Joshua Cooper Ramo
You could worry about your job. Or your finances. Or your marriage. Or your kids. Or any of a million other things.
Or you could…not.
When you worry, you’re imagining all kinds of terrible things that could possibly, maybe happen in some distant, far-off future. You’re picturing the worst possible thing and imagining it into truth. You’re taking the most creative part of your being and handing it right over to Satan’s whims.
Worry is a waste of your imagination.
Your imagination can fuel dreams, spark creativity and inspire vision. Or… It can create potential versions of the future that you can waste hours, days and years worrying about.
Don’t waste your imagination. Let God use it!