Worrying for CSE? No, I will Start Living
Hello Readers! Happy Holy Thursday to Everyone.😊
May this Week and Day be our time to Remembered God's Mercy and Love.❤
Worrying is one of the most destructive of all humans habits because it decreases your effectiveness in other areas. When you worry about something, your thoughts and your emotions focus on events that haven't yet taken place. It's like Mark Twain once said: "I am an old man and have known a great many troubles, but most of them have never happened."
Last Night, one of my classmate chatted and give an update to our GC (GROUP CHAT) that there will be a CSE (CIVIL SERVICE EXAMINATION) this coming June. I am so happy at first 'cause this is another great opportunity to take the shot and advance to another exam to the course.
This CSE, will be a good opportunity to as student to make a move in our course to advance from many obstacles..I mean, I'm not saying to make it fast but this is just an opportunity for us to try and give our best take and make it. Hopefully, God willing.
📍So, why I am writing this Article about CSE and how it is related to Worrying?
Worrying is totally passive. It accomplishes nothing. On the other hand, worrying can literally make you sick while keeping you from accomplishing the things that really matter. Here's a sobering thought: Worry can keep you from living your life through way God intended it.
It made me worried 'cause we need to achieve a total number of 1000 examinees so that the venue of the said examination will be just in our Campus at BiPSU (Biliran, Province State University). This is literally good and hopefully blessed if we can achieve that numbers of examinees'cause i can save a little money from the fees that might be use during travel. I'm praying that it will be just in our Campus..Prayer changes everything.
I am worried as well to the very reason that even though the CSE is in June yet days are just fast ending and now we are in the second week of April and then May and next to it is June..Just how fast the night changes just like the song.
I already made a decision to give a shot and take the CSE this June but suddenly later that night one of my classmate responded to our conversations to the GC that maybe/there's a possibility that the schedule for CSE and our Duties at Cebu's, Ormoc or Tacloban Psychiatric Patient's will coincide. That's another problem and worrying to consider.
Thinking about this things made me worry. Amazingly, I worry about the small stuff. Those details of life over which I have little or no control. Oswald Chambers wrote: "It is not only wrong to worry, it is unbelief; worrying means we do not believe that God can look after the practical details of our lives, and it is never anything but those details that worry us."
The Pandemic really sucks, made things in achieving the people's freedom and wants. Specially to the student's who are in the Medical Field just like me, our Capping and Pinning Ceremony was too late, it was supposed to be during our 2nd year we will be having this one in order for us Student Nurse's to go on duties whether it is Hospital's and Communities.
I will write an article about this Capping and Pinning Ceremony on my next Post here Readers.😁
For now, I will still hold to my decision and focus on the things that matters the most. Believe unto the promises of God.
Jesus asked the rhetorical question, "Can all hour worries add a single moment to your life? Of course not" (Matthew 6:27 NLT). If anything, worries can and will take away from your life. Are you trying to arrange the details of your life so carefully that you are leaving God out of the process? Then you're probably worrying too much. You're relying on your own abilities, and you think you have a lot to lose if things don't run out the way you want.
✅Clearly the antidote to worry is trusting God to take care of the small stuff of your life. Invite Him to get involved in the details of your life. "Give all your worries and cares to God," says the Bible, "for he cares about what happens to you" (1Peter 5:7 NLT).
📝 LIFE'S LESSON;
Live longer by worrying less.
Don't worry about what you can't do. If you must worry, worry about why you won't do what you should do.
Before yo sorry needlessly, ask yourself, "What's the worst thing that could happen?"
When you're feeling overwhelmed, remember to take things one at a time-one day at a time.
Worrying occurs when God is left out of the po process.
Anxiety is short-lived if we give it to God.
If you prepare for the future, you won't have to worry about it.
Don't worry as much about where you are as where you are going.
Rather than worrying about change, learn to thrive on it.
Worry is a choice.
When you choose to worry, you are choosing not to trust God.
Worrying can literally harm you-emotionally, physically, mentally, and spiritually.
Instead of worrying about what you can't do, think about what God can do for you.
The best way to stop worrying is to start praying.
Never confuse worrying about tomorrow wit planning for tomorrow.
Prayer changes things;sorry changes nothing.