In the second half of Matthew chapter 6, Jesus talks about worry. Some believe that He is saying “Don’t worry about anything.” But I wonder, rather, if He is saying, “Don’t worry so much about the things you know I’ll provide for you.” He knows our needs and wants and is able to supply them. Also, He finishes with, “Therefore, don’t worry about tomorrow. Let tomorrow worry about itself. Each day has enough worries.” Other than saying not to worry at all, could He be saying that it is better to keep your worries small and manageable? Worry is universal. He knows we will worry. But, when our worries get bigger than our God, that becomes a problem.