A reflexion by Fr. Nigel W. D. Mumford+

I have been a public speaker for the Lord for twenty-eight years. Nearly three decades! A month ago as I was preparing to travel 1,2000 miles
to speak about Jesus for twenty minutes. (That is very hard as I normally speak about him for at least 4 hours when going on healing missions.) I was, as usual getting myself worked up… the normal “Slight” anxiety about travel and speaking… for the first time in 28 years I got a download of peace from God. He reminded me that “I have gone before you! You don’t have to worry about anything.” I knew that Biblically but I did not live it. I have spent 28 years being anxious for nothing. I have to say, with a smile on my face, “Lord why did you not tell me this 28 years ago?” He Responded, “You didn’t ask!” Oh the joy of my boss… I love you Lord. Thanks For keeping me on my toes. You crack me up Jesus. May be one day I will get the hang of all of this… and then you fly under my radar… and zing me again… and I learn something new… what a true adventure this is with you. thank you God, Thank you Jesus, Thank you Holy Spirit. Thank you Holy Trinity… Amen.

2x Biblical foundations:
“The LORD is the one who goes ahead of you; He will be with you He will not fail you or forsake you. Do not fear or be dismayed.”Deuteronomy 31:8

For everyone who asks receives; the one who seeks finds; and to the one who knocks, the door will be opened. Luke 11:10

4 thoughts on “BE ANXIOUS FOR NOTHING…

  1. Beverly Wirth says:

    I’m taking this post very seriously, as I have been anxious about an upcoming airlines flight at night. After reading this post, I can see Jesus on this route of night flights, sprucing up the seat where I will sit this Thursday. He truly goes before me! I cannot wait to meet the person sitting next to me! Thank you, Fr. Nigel!
    Beverly Wirth

  2. Lee Gregory says:

    This really touched me not only your words, but the Bible quote which has been so much my personal mantra. seek and you will find, knock and the door will be opened. It always pops up when I need to hear it the most. So Thank you!

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