Let not your heart be troubled

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MOTHER DUCK

Read: Luke 12:22-23

“Let not
your heart be troubled, you believe in God, believe in Me also.” (John 14:1)

If you are acquainted
with nursery rhymes, you probably would have come across one titled “Mother Duck”.

It is a
story of a mother duck who went out with her ten ducklings. Each time the
mother duck said “quack, quack” she lost one of her ducklings. On each outing the
mother duck kept relating the legendary “quack, quack” and she kept losing one
duckling until on the last outing, no duckling returned and mother duck was
left alone.

It may sound
amusing but to me the mother duck symbolizes mothers who love to fret in
superlative measures. The “quack, quack” stands for the incessant worries,
agitations and irritabilities that such mothers characteristically engage in. some
of the worries are often uncalled for and the more they worry the more they
lose their peace until they become hypertensive.

Read this
story twice and determine to avoid the mother-duck syndrome.

Even men
sometimes succumb to this attitude. Jesus has come to give you peace! When you
worry, you lose all. When you trust God in spite of turbulent “quack, quack”
situations, you win solid victories in life’s hardest battles.

Trust And Obey, For
There Is No Other Way To Be Happy In Jesus, But To Trust And Obey!

May Our God The
Almighty prosper Nigeria and Israel and defend us from all our enemies in Jesus
Christ Name, Amen!

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