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Worry..Sin In Disguise // Share The Brew With Diana Rockwell — 11 Comments

  1. Worry is a sin in disguise. This got my attention really. Come to think of it, you doubt God’s plans, you start feeling fear, you make irrational decisions when you worry. And that roots to sinning.

    I love the way you presented it. So logical and enlightening.

    Thank you!

  2. Dear Barbie, thank you for your loving heart and support of me. Thank you for opening up your blog to us. I love the new look of your blog. I love you my friend and sister in Christ. Blessings Diana

  3. Diana, now that you put it this way: worry is illogical, irrational, inconsistent, irreligious, ineffective, AND sinful, I think I’ll stop! (I wish it were that easy.) I love the scriptures you include at the end. We need to anchor our mind to these, so that worry will lose its hold. Timely word for me!

  4. Diana,
    I love that you call a spade, a spade. There’s no two ways around it: If God says don’t do it, it’s sin. Confess it and turn back to Jesus. Fear, worry, anxiety wouldn’t be in 365 scriptures (one for every day of the year) times if God didn’t think we would struggle with it, but the good news is that He has provided a way out. Thanks for sharing #Truth!

    • Dear Wanda, together we can walk in the confidence that God is good all the time and all the time He is good. And if God is for us who can be against us. Thank you for taking the time to comment on my post. Blessings Diana

  5. Good post.

    My take on worry is that it’s the sin of idleness…I’m terminally ill, and while that may be a reasonable cause for worry (how much is this gonna hurt tomorrow, when morphine won’t touch it TODAY???) if I stay busy, it crowds worry out. And not only busy in prayer or meditation…good healthy manual labour (well, when I could still do it) or writing or just being nice to my dogs is perfectly fine as well.

    • Dear Andrew, thank you for responding to my post. My heart breaks that you are in pain. I will pray that the pain responds to the medication. I agree that idleness leads to worry. You are brave my friend. Blessings Diana

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