Max Lucado continues with the final 4 worry-stoppers, presented in Chapter 4 of Fearless:
5. Evaluate your worry categories. Themes of worry will become evident. By praying specifically about your worries, these areas of preoccupation won’t become obsessions.
6. Focus on today. God meets our needs on a daily basis. He will give us what we need when we need it. Max Lucado cites the following hymn by Bradford Torrey (“Not So in Haste, My Heart”):
“Not so in haste, my heart!
Have faith in God and wait;
Although He linger long,
He never comes too late.”
7. Unleash a worry army. Share your worries with a few people you dearly love, asking them to pray for you and with you.
8. Let God be enough. Seek the Kingdom of God first, and let God supply all your needs. (Matthew 6: 32-33)
Note that Max set up the 8 phrases to spell the word P-E-A-C-E-F-U-L.