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Cast Your Cares on God

Isn't it great when we have someone we can take our challenges to when we need to? It's simply wonderful when that someone is always there when we need Him. Someone we can have refuge, safety, and shelter in. Someone who is a constant heartbeat for us who continues on for a lifetime. Well, when we have God in our lives, He is that someone who covers us and someone we can tap into at anytime. Therefore we can cast any care we have on Him and he will take care of us, because He loves us nonstop. I'm not just saying that, I know it to be true in my life and I know God is with us always as long as He lives in our heart. 

So although challenges happen, trouble comes, heartache hits us, anxiety creeps in from time to time, and the list goes on, God is our continuous lifeline, And here's another thing: We must cast those cares (worries) on the Him. Why? Because 1 Peter 5:7 says casting all your anxieties on the Lord is a good thing, because he cares for you. That's a great way to go throughout life, especially when we are faced with difficulties, which will surely come. I hope and pray that God is in your life, because life is more fulfilling when you have a rock to lean on. 

"The Lord is my rock, my fortress and my deliverer; my God is my rock, in whom I take refuge, my shield and the horn of my salvation, my stronghold. I call upon the Lord, who is worthy to be praised..." (Psalm 18:2)
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