I shared earlier this week that I spent too many years tangled up in the chains of worry. Worrying was a horrendous habit with devastating side effects. God healed me of that burden, and I’ve tried faithfully to choose trust instead of worry, but now and then my humanness sneaks in and worry tries to take root in my mind. In that moment, I’ve established a habit to send worry scurrying away: thinking about the goodness of my Lord and Savior. When i recall what He’s done for me in the past—how He’s brought me through troubled waters, healed my brokenness, comforted me, and strengthened me—it helps me trust Him with my current situation and with my future. He is such a GOOD Father, and He is my Enough.