Matthew 6:33
Sermons
Anxiety DepressesT. Jackson, B. A.Matthew 6:33
Anxiety Produces an Unhealthy Habit of MindWilmot Buxton.Matthew 6:33
By Fighting with Fancied IllsWilmot Buxton.Matthew 6:33
ForebodingDr. O. P. Fitzgerald.Matthew 6:33
Forecasting SorrowT. Jackson, B. A.Matthew 6:33
It Renders Insensible to Present GoodT. Jackson, B. A., Adam Littleton, D. D.Matthew 6:33
Live One Day in the DayJay.Matthew 6:33
Man's First DutyH. M. Villiers, M. A., J. W. Cunningham, M. A., Hugh McNeile, M. A.Matthew 6:33
Man's First Duty, and God's PromiseH. Melvill, B. D.Matthew 6:33
Meeting SorrowWilmot Buxton.Matthew 6:33
Providence Leaves no Excuse for IndolenceBeecher.Matthew 6:33
Religion Our Chief ConcernW. Fleming, D. D.Matthew 6:33
Seeking First the KingdomJ. Vaughan, M. A.Matthew 6:33
Sermon for the Fifteenth Sunday After TrinitySusannah Winkworth Matthew 6:33
Sorrows to be Borne SingleMatthew 6:33
Taking no Thought for the MorrowE. L. Hull, B. A.Matthew 6:33
The Care of the Body Transferred to the SoulJ. E. Good.Matthew 6:33
The Evil Here IsT. Jackson, B. A.Matthew 6:33
The First ConcernW. Cadman, M. A.Matthew 6:33
The First Object in LifeJ. Vaughan, M. A.Matthew 6:33
The First Object of Human PursuitR. Tuck Matthew 6:33
The Future Does not Belong to FearBeecher.Matthew 6:33
The Future Should not Embitter the PresentWilmot Buxton.Matthew 6:33
The Profitable PursuitW. Jay.Matthew 6:33
Unfitness a Great Occasion of AnxietyBeecher., T. Dale, M. A.Matthew 6:33
What T is Meant by Seeking the Kingdom of GodJohn Tillotson, D. D., William Beveridge, D. D.Matthew 6:33
Sermon on the Mount: 5. Thought for the MorrowMarcus Dods Matthew 6:19-34
Lessons of the FieldsJ.A. Macdonald Matthew 6:25-34
The Condemnation of the Toil of the WorldP.C. Barker Matthew 6:25-34
Context
Do Not Worry
32"For the Gentiles eagerly seek all these things; for your heavenly Father knows that you need all these things. 33"But seek first His kingdom and His righteousness, and all these things will be added to you. 34"So do not worry about tomorrow; for tomorrow will care for itself. Each day has enough trouble of its own.
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