Anxiety for To-morrow

Denver Times

Of all the sayings of Jesus, that found in the sixth chapter of Matthew advising us to take no thought for the morrow is the most difficult for mortals to reconcile with reason. It seems like downright encouragement to us to be shiftless, regarded from the accepted standpoint of the world, namely, that life may not be sustained by bread alone, but that it cannot be sustained without it.

Notwithstanding the seeming lack of wisdom in this bit of advice, I have not the slightest doubt but that Jesus uttered it, and fully intended that those who followed his teachings should act upon it.

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