All Your Cares

This wonderful verse has been my comfort so many times during difficult times.  As humans, and especially women, we like to carry not only our own burdens, but everyone else’s. Things get mighty heavy at times, don’t they?

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I’ve read that the literal meaning of “cast” is “to roll.” I love that visual because instead of chunking our cares at God as in frustration or anger, we are to roll our burden off our backs onto His. Like He’s bending down for us to put it there. Isn’t that pretty amazing?!

Thankfully, I Peter 5:7 doesn’t end there…He cares for us!  That’s why we have every reason to roll our burdens over on to Jesus’ shoulders. He’s the only one who can carry them anyway.

“Casting all your care upon him; for he careth for you.”

Today, won’t you join me in rolling your burdens over on Jesus? Praise Him for the reality of knowing that He cares for you!

XO

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  1. says

    Thank you for this! I can never be reminded too many times that He wants to carry my “stuff” for me :) I love the “keep calm and carry on” signs, but I just can’t seem to do that on my own. Thank God, He is able!

  2. Lisa mac says

    Thank you Jesus thar we are not to carry our own burdens. I pray we give them to you and enter your rest. We are not to take them back either. Thank you for caring for us so!!! We praise you.

  3. Barbara says

    The other Wednesday night in prayer meeting this was the verse expounded. We so often say, “Take care,” but we should be saying, “Cast care!” Cast all our care on our Great Burden-Bearer! So if you hear me say, “Cast care” you’ll know why! :)

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