For God has not given us a spirit of fear, but of power and of love and of a sound mind.
Worry and stress happen to be killers.
Stress makes cowards out of aggressive men.
Worry fills the face with wrinkles and apprehension.
Worry paralyzes the mind.
Stress robs the body of rest at night, and it sends you to work shaking and shattered, incapable of solving the crisis of the day.
Worry and stress are killing us. Worry is the mother of heart disease.
Some doctors say that many forms of cancer are caused by the stressed-out society in which we live.
Worry is the mother of high blood pressure and ulcers.
It’s not what you’re eating; it’s what’s eating you that’s the problem.
God has not given us a spirit of fear.
Worry is assurance that disaster is going to overtake you.
Worry is belief in defeat and despair.
What do we worry about?
We worry about things we can’t change.
We worry about being unfavorably compared with somebody else.
The Bible says not to compare yourselves with others.
There will always be somebody prettier or more handsome than you.
There will always be a better salesman, a better lawyer, a better doctor, a better preacher.
Be happy with where you are and who you are.
God made you who you are—be glad with that.
Don’t worry about what you can’t change.
Don’t worry about what you can change—just change it.
If it’s bothering you, change it. But don’t worry, because it’s an absolute waste of time.
Worry has sent millions of people to their graves years before they were supposed to die…people who were supposed to have known the Prince of Peace.
“Take no thought for tomorrow. I have taken care of it. I will never leave you. I will never forsake you. Don’t worry.”