A new baby, children in college, loss of employment, big mortgage expenses, high cost of living, unwise investments, relatives in need—such situations sometimes drain people's financial resources, telling them it's time to worry, or to keep worrying! I've found that if I have time to worry, I have time to pray. And I've also discovered that while worry brings no solution, consecrated prayer brings to light a definite and appropriate solution, whatever the problem.
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