Stop Worrying

We worry about so many things, but when we wait in the presence of the Lord, God reminds us that Only One Thing is Needed. If you’re upset, lacking, or just plain worried, you need to heart this faith-building testimony about how God is the good Provider. Isaiah 40:31 says, “Yet those who wait for the Lord Will gain new strength; They will mount up with wings like eagles, They will run and not get tired, They will walk and not become weary.”

 

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  • Hey Troy… this is Joyce Hamilton-Whitson – Zach Vaughts mom. I wanted you to know that God is sooo cool! I was led today to minister to a friend of mine that I haven’t seen in almost a year. She was having some issues with control and worryin about everything! I was telling her the story of Mary and Martha – she understood what I was trying to say to her. She understood that she need that One Thing… she’s been living the Martha life for too long instead of sitting at the feet of Jesus.
    THEN, I was randomly going through LinkedIn and I found this video. All I can say is WOW! Spot on!!
    Thank you for your obedience to the Lord to share the stories of your life, your testimonies, and these words of great wisdom from God.

    • Hi Joyce! Thank you for your encouragement. I keep praying that God would use the videos I post, but I know that sometimes it takes one believer speaking life to another in person for the Word of God to really break through in a situation. I want to do more of that. Keep up the good work!

  • Hi, Troy I am putting together a website and am looking for teaching videos to add for content in the teachings section. I would like it if you would check out the site and give me permission to use your material on it. It’s not complete yet, it will probably be another month before it’s finished.

    Thank you.

    • Hey, Donovan. Yes, I looked at your site. I would definitely be fine with you embedding my Youtube videos there. If you are wanting to re-upload them or something like that, I would just ask that you get permission specifically for that first.

      In Christ,
      Troy