10 Guidelines from GOD

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1. QUIT WORRYING:
Life has dealt you a blow and all you do is sit and worry.  Have you forgotten that I am here to take all your burdens and carry  them  for you?  Or do you just enjoy fretting over every little thing that comes your  way?

2. PUT IT ON THE LIST:
Something needs done or taken care of. Put it on the list. No, not  YOUR list. Put it on MY to-do-list. Let ME be the one to take care of the problem. I can’t help you until you turn it over to Me. And although My to-do-list is long, I am after all…God. I can take  care  of anything you put into My hands. In fact, if the truth were ever really known, I take care of a lot of  things for you that you never even realize.

3. TRUST ME:
Once you’ve given your burdens to Me, quit trying to take them back. Trust in Me. Have the faith that I will take care of all your needs, your problems and your trials. Problems with the kids? Put them on My list. Problem with finances? Put it on My list. Problems with your emotional roller coaster? For My sake, put it on My list. I want to help you. All you have to do is ask.

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