The triumph of the boy David over Goliath, as given in the seventeenth chapter of I Samuel, is full of lessons for the good soldiers of this day in overcoming the Philistines of the flesh that seem to antagonize their peace and spiritual growth. One of the illusory foes they have to meet is that of worry, defined as "a state of perplexing care, anxiety, or annoyance.
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