I hold positive expectations, and I trust God.
Some say worry is the most common—although unintentional—form of prayer. It is a habit of focusing on negative possibilities, and it drains one’s energy and blocks effective action. Rather than worry, I choose to focus on positive possibilities and trust God for right outcomes. Becoming still in prayer, I see beyond any seeming setback to the activity of God within the situation. I know that all those involved are enfolded in God’s love and guided in every way. In the Silence, I release any need for a specific outcome and open to a spiritual solution. As I transform my thoughts, I am relieved of any worry. I trust God in all things, and I am free mentally, emotionally and spiritually.
You know him, because he abides with you, and he will be in you.—John 14:17