I was at work the other day and I started to feel bad, so bad that I decided to leave my workplace. My boss and colleague took me to the doctor and he had me taking some blood tests because he was scared something was wrong with my heart. Honestly, that was possible but I trusted God so much that I wasn’t scared. I didn't let fear take over.
How would it have helped? Getting scared would have made me have a panic attack, which means I would have hyperventilated and fainted. This was the least of my goals. I was confident.
"Can any one of you by worrying add a single hour to your life?" - Matthew 6:27
And I feel like this was a big step because I am a naturally pessimistic person, especially with things that directly concern me. But at that moment I thought: "Nah, not me, not today, I'm good." I trusted God so much on this one. I prayed and I chilled… as I should.
And I was right to do that because I ended up not having a crazy heart disease, turns out I am anemic. I didn’t know this stuff could make one’s body that weak. But anyway, this was a good lesson for me: trust God.
Let our faith take over us especially when we have no control over our circumstances. Fear and worries are such a waste of time and energy, we don't have time for that.