Did you know that to worry about a situation [is to make] a conscious choice to do so? (paraphrase of Mike C. Adams, counselor)

Anxiety seems to be almost a universal emotion in modern society. We’re worried about our health, the weather, politics, and so much more. Adams reminds us that when we worry, it’s because we’ve chosen to do so. We don’t have to, although it seems we’re inclined to do it without even thinking. We need to look beyond ourselves to be relieved of constant worry.

Don’t worry about anything; instead, pray about everything. (Philippians 4:6)