Make a list of your blessings.
I know you can, even if you are in the deep dark pit.
Physically write them down.
You’ll need to refer to the list often until you can remember them on your own.
If you honestly believe you have zero blessings in your life, if you can’t see the beauty past your own nose, just look harder.
You can start small: sunshine, flowers in the spring, hot coffee, the beach, newspaper on my doorstep, my grandmother’s quilt, pearl earrings, the color pink.
See, it’s not so hard.
Write down things that make you smile.
That’s how you know.
When you are down in the dumps, look at your list.
Jog your memory of how God has blessed you.
His faithfulness to you is written all over your blessings.
And remember all those details too?
Of How He’s been there for you in daily life?
Have you written them down as well?
These two lists will help you when you are pulled down into the pit of worry or despair.
In those moments, pull out your blessings or details list.
The process of worry will begin to reverse in your mind.
Little smiles will erupt on your face as you choose to remember God’s faithfulness.
That in turn will provide peace for your future.
God’s faithfulness to you needs to be continually on your mind.
And then, worries which creep into your brain, will become less and less.
The effects of worry will slowly die away.
Purpose your mind and surrender daily to God, choosing to remember His faithfulness.
It’s there for you to take.
But you have to reach for it.
And when you do, He will be faithful always.
To the very end.