Blow worry out
My heart is troubled and doesn't rest-Job 30:27 AB
What happens when your nose is congested? Having a congested nose simply means that your tissue lining has become swollen and that swelling is due to inflamed blood vessels. When your nose is congested it's not the only thing that is affected but only that of your entire life. How so? Well when congestion is engrossed doesn't your life suddenly become disrupted and uncomfortable with the feeling of relief being far, far away? Truth be told this is exactly what happens when we worry.
By worrying what can you really change? Nothing! In Luke 12:25&26 Jesus ask a question (who of you by worrying can add a single hour to your life and or an inch to your height). Then He goes on to say if you can't do these very simple things (funny how Jesus cited those two things as being simple), then why do you worry? Again I say then why do you worry. God never intended for worrying to be a part of our lives since it produces no light or growth but only that of strain. He confirms this very statement in Matthew 11:30 (The burden that I ask you to accept is EASY and the load I give you to carry is LIGHT).
Worry not but manifest in His worthiness all the more!
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What a GREAT analogy! Love this!