Have You Told God About Your Worries?

Every human has a particular thing that he/she desires. The truth is, God is our creator, he knows our names and needs, yet he wants us to ask some things we need from him.

Let’s check through the Bible,

“And whatever you ask in My name, that I will do, that the Father may be glorified in the son.” John 14:13 KJV

He also said

“until now you have asked nothing in my name. Ask, and you will receive, that your joy maybe full” John 16: 24 KJV

The question is, since we know what the scriptures says about asking, why have we chosen to keep quiet?

We do we keep God out of our affairs?

Perhaps you believe telling God your plans need more work than not telling him?

The world might seem upside down, dreams not coming true, people mocking you as a believer. Yet you haven’t told God about these issues.

Are your parents on the verge of divorce?

Here is the answer, you should tell God about your worries.
Don’t think he is too busy to listen to your small request
Tell it to Jesus, tell it to Jesus.
Are you grieving over joys departed?
Tell it to Jesus alone.

Refrain
Tell it to Jesus, tell it to Jesus,
He is a Friend that’s well known.
You’ve no other such a friend or brother,
Tell it to Jesus alone.

Refrain
Do the tears flow down your cheeks unbidden?
Tell it to Jesus, tell it to Jesus.
Have you sins that to men’s eyes are hidden?
Tell it to Jesus alone.

Refrain
Do you fear the gathering clouds of sorrow?
Tell it to Jesus, tell it to Jesus.
Are you anxious what shall be tomorrow?
Tell it to Jesus alone.

Refrain
Are you troubled at the thought of dying?
Tell it to Jesus, tell it to Jesus.
For Christ’s coming kingdom are you sighing?
Tell it to Jesus alone.

The way out is to tell it to Jesus and he would answer. He loves, don’t be scared of talking to him.
Much Love!


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