If you look at the picture above and take a look at the quote, that quote is from a song by for King & Country named Control.
I personally love that song because it reminds me when I start to worry or get anxious, either I am preaching, worried I would mess up, or making a decision hoping I am making a good one. I know I have to let go, I have to release my control. Because the One who created me knows me best, better than I know myself. I have to give my eyes to Him so He can reveal great things to me. Even things I can not see. I have to give my ears to Him so He can help me to listen more often. Because i will be honest, I sure am good at talking but not very good with listening to people. I have to give my tears, meaning my grief and my sorrows to him so He can comfort me and bring me joy and peace. I have to give Him my hands and my feet so He can use me for good not only to myself but to others and Him as well. I have to give Him my dream so He can give me a dream that is better than the dream I dreamed of because trust me, I dreamed of becoming a rich and powerful man, but the dream He has given me, wow I love it! If I became a rich man, even a powerful man, I guarantee, I would not love it because i know all my riches and my power would all disappear. For what do I gain if I were to gain the whole world but lose my soul? I would gain nothing!
When I start to let go, I feel God helps me, when I released my control, it is like there is this true peace, like there is nothing I need to worry about. I can not describe it all but all I want to let you know is, please, let go, give God your control. Everything changes when you let go.
Here is a video of the song Control by for King & Country provided from Brandon Negron’s YouTube Channel.
1 Peter 5:7 CJB
Throw all your anxieties upon him, because he cares about you.
Proverbs 3:5 CJB
Trust in Adonai(The Lord) with all your heart; do not rely on your own understanding.
Matthew 11:28 CJB
Come to me, all of you who are struggling and burdened, and I will give you rest.