“Stop Looking for Worriedness”

“Let’s stop borrowing restlessness from tomorrow. We can’t hold onto hope if we are constantly reaching and finding time to worry.” – #ToddCPittman

Yep, I Said It!

…and so did Psalm 62:5 (NLT) – Let all that I am wait quietly before God, for my hope is in him.

“When we trust in God’s Word, we can rest assured that our future is secure. Trusting in God’s Word brings us peace knowing that no mess will ever come our way that we can’t handle. If we are to be certain about anything, it is our hope in God. And please know that I’m not talking about Merriam-Webster’s definition of hope. What I’m talking about is that Prophetic Hope! I’m talking about the type of hope we need to hold onto that tells the world our circumstances will not remain the way they are! So let’s stop letting the “What if’s” keep us up at night. Let’s stop allowing the “What if’s” to steal our time today worried about what’s going to happen tomorrow. We’ve got to stop the “What if’s” from stealing our peace! Prophetic hope is restful hope. It’s that type of hope that allows us to rest at night because we know tomorrow is in His hands. Look, no matter what the situation, we can be certain that the sun will rise in the morning!” – #ToddCPittman

Published by #ToddCPittman

Although my heart will always live at Christ the King Church in Dacula, GA under the guidance of Senior Pastor, Reverend Marion Sailor. While residing in northern Maryland, I am a member of Channel of Grace in Edgewood, MD under the direction of Lead Pastor Kenneth Harper; and I enjoy the fellowship of Covenant Living Fellowship in Randallstown, MD under the direction of Pastors Donald & Danielle Lewis. In my professional life, I am the Director of Member Experience + Communications at the Washington Regional Association of Grantmakers and I also have the privilege of serving as the Executive Director of the Institute for Corporate Social Responsibility (iCSR). I am a proud father of four and husband to Dr. Yolonda Pittman. Following undergrad at Syracuse University, I am currently pursuing my Master of Arts in Christian Studies (MACS) at Luther Rice College & Seminary. VISIT | https://linktr.ee/ToddCPittman

2 thoughts on ““Stop Looking for Worriedness”

  1. Hi Todd! Thanks for the helpful message. I agree that worrying about ‘what if’ scenarios is not a valuable use of time. Instead, engaging in more proactive endeavors such as: studying God’s Word, enjoying fresh air and exercise, and thinking through proactive responses to potential scenarios are more helpful options. Being that successful people focus on what is within their ability to influence, needless worrying is not a valuable use of time.

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