Turn Your Worries into Prayers

Turn your Worries into Prayers

Speakers: Allen Jackson, Santosh Swamidass, Joyce Meyer, David Gibbs, Jimmy Evans

Worry is a conversation you have with yourself about the things you cannot change. Prayer is a conversation you have with God about the things He can change. Pray, and let God worry.

Do your best and leave the rest to God. He will make a way, even when there seems to be no way. The peace of God surpasses all understanding. Give it to God and He will deliver you.

While it’s easy to worry endlessly about what-ifs and worst-case scenarios, the Bible can provide some helpful guidance to calm you down during scary times.

“Come to me, all you who are weary and burdened, and I will give you rest. Take my yoke upon you and learn from me, for I am gentle and humble in heart, and you will find rest for your souls. For my yoke is easy and my burden is light.”

Matthew 11:28-30


Father God,

I know you are not the source of fear and anxiety. That is Satan’s realm, and he delights in causing your children pain. You do not torment us with worrisome thoughts or burden our hearts with fretfulness. You are the God of peace. You desire to give me power over my worries as I count on your love and trust in your sovereign care.

Help me remember, when fears and anxiety come knocking at my heart’s door, to answer with powerful Scripture—to remember you are a good God and faithful, and you will help me challenge my worries with life-building truth instead of destructive thoughts. Your peace will guard my heart and mind in Jesus’ name.