Which of you by taking thought can add one cubit unto his stature? (Matthew 6:27) 
Worrying can be like a comfortable, but toxic relationship.
It feels safe, it feels familiar, and most importantly worry gives us the illusion of control.
Worry tells us we can foresee outcomes and steer them in the right direction.
Worry tells you if you “let up” and relax something bad will happen…and it will be your fault.
Strangely enough, worry can be an addictive, comforting process, that we hate and feel we need… all at the same time.
The foundation of worry is believing that you are alone.
Worry can only survive in the presence of fears that are indulged and utterly believed.
Father, I have no control of outcomes, but I will celebrate that you do!  You know the beginning and the end of all things and I release them to you! Amen. 
Heaviness in the heart of man maketh it stoop: but a good word maketh it glad. (Proverbs 12:25) 
I’ve never seen worry from this point of view but how true it is. When I read this devotion I was reminded of a quote I’ve heard time and again, Worrying does not take away tomorrow’s troubles; it takes away today’s peace. I pray you are encouraged to release all things to Him. Worry is assuming responsibility for things that are out of your control, don’t worry about everything; instead, pray about everything.
Have a beautiful and uplifting day in The Lord!