If you sometimes worry don’t worry about it; worry is part of loving people. When Paul was forced to leave the Thessalonians he was worried; deeply worried. However, his worry led him to take his cares to God in prayer, and they led him to spring to action on behalf of those he loved. Listen as Pastor Matt shows how Paul’s worry drove him to prayer and action, and his prayer and action led to the alleviation of that worry. Let your worry so affect you!
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