Honestly, how many of us take Jesus’ command “Do not worry” seriously? If we are not taking it seriously it means that our relationship with him has to improve. We need to spend more quality time with God.
Remember Jesus did not worry because he took time to be with God everyday. The more public his ministry became the more he sought God in secret prayer.
Jesus commanded us not to worry. He said that your heavenly Father knows what you need before you ask him. Therefore repetitious prayers are not needed (Matthew 6:7, 8, 32).
Jesus also asked to seek God’s kingdom first. That means your priorities become right. When that happens whatever you need God will give you. (Matthew 6:33).
Also note that most of our worry is about tomorrow; isn’t it? Is tomorrow in our hands? We might think so. But is it really? Therefore, Jesus specifically says, do not worry about tomorrow (Matthew 6:34).
So the answer to our problem of worry is getting to know God more as a loving Father. He will take
care of you.
Now how to stop worrying. Imagine thoughts of worry like small soap boxes. When they come, imagine a conveyor belt moving to heaven. Place them on it as soon as they come. Now it is your heavenly Father’s “worry,” not yours!