Daily Bible Verse and Devotion – Luke 12:25

Teen Devotion and Bible Verse on Worry

Who of you by worrying can add a single hour to your life? – Luke 12:25 (NIV)

One weekend, I was convinced that I had lost my library books. I thought of how much trouble I’d be in for losing them. All weekend was spent looking for my lost library books.

On Monday, I went to school. When I got there and checked on the books, I learned that I had already returned them to the library. I must have returned them earlier in the week and forgot all about them.

That weekend, I realized something powerful. I found out that worry is pointless. I had lost an entire weekend to worrying about something that didn’t even happen. It’s so easy to get into the habit of worrying about things.

When we worry, we show that we don’t fully trust God to take care of us. We think that it’s up to us to do everything instead of relying on God.

Today’s Challenge: Put Your Trust In God

Daily Bible Verse and Devotion For Teens on Worry
The sad thing about worry is that it hurts us. It causes us to not enjoy life and instead be fearful and upset. So if worry has been something that has held you back in the past, choose today to develop new habits.

Choose to put your trust in God. Look to Him to take care of you. Don’t spend your energy trying to do everything in your strength. Instead, lean on God. Let Him take care of you and rest in His peace.


If you enjoyed this week’s challenges on fear, here’s a quick recap video.


Tips for Conquering Fear (PDF)

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1 Comment

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    Jhaeza
    October 17, 2019 at 5:36 am

    I’ve been ignoring your emails to me for weeks, but by God’s grace, I accidentally opened this one. And it was a right choice for me. Maybe because I got so overwhelmed about my upcoming exam next month. One thing is for sure, God will always find ways, make ways, in order for us to remain in His arms, no matter what happens.

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