You Need a Bigger Boat
By Max Lucado
The Apostle Paul is the author of the “anxious for nothing” passage in the book of Philippians. If anyone had reason to be anxious, it was Paul. When he wrote these words, he was a weary old man with three decades of missionary service. When he wrote these words he was in a Roman prison, and he knew what being a Christian meant. When you read the letter he wrote from that jail cell, you get the impression that he just arrived at a Jamaican beach hotel. There is no word of complaint, nary an expression of fear. But he lifted his thanks to God and called on readers to do the same: “Rejoice in the Lord always.”
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