“Do not worry about tomorrow”—is that even possible?

Question: “‘Do not worry about tomorrow’—is that even possible (Matthew 6:34)?”

“Do not worry about tomorrow,” said Jesus in His great Sermon on the Mount, “for tomorrow will worry about itself. Each day has enough trouble of its own” (Matthew 6:34). For the third time, Christ gives His disciples this command not to worry, repeating it perhaps because He knew the universal human tendency to do just the opposite—to anxiously focus on future cares rather than on the God who holds tomorrow in His hands (Jeremiah 29:11Psalm 23).


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