There is a saying called, “What Would Jesus Do?” (WWJD), which I haven’t heard the WWJT one!
To me, What Would Jesus Think? is like what Jesus would think about how you are living your life right now.
Are you living in fear?
Are you doubting the plans Jesus has for you?
Do you worry too much?
Are living your life by putting Jesus first?
Is Jesus a priority in your life?
Do you make time to talk to Him?
So many questions!
When I think about WWJT, I can imagine Jesus sitting right next to each of us while we ask Him for advice and what He wants us to do – only if it was that simple! It would be incredible if Jesus could sit down with us while we tell Him what we are going through and He will tell us exactly what we need to do.
It’s up to us to think about WWJT and always do the right thing no matter what.
Towards the end of today’s devotional, the writer said:
“Focus on your Savior – and your fears don’t stand a chance.”
If we focus on Jesus and keep our eyes on Him, our fears won’t stand a chance!
This is honestly so true because I have been realizing that in my own life where if I focus on everything going on around me, I lose my focus on Jesus and it causes me to have so much anxiety and fear.
Ever since I downloaded the Bible App on my phone and read these daily devotionals every morning when I wake up, my mental health has improved some because now I’m focusing on what really matters – Jesus and keeping my eyes on Him.
It does not matter what someone else thinks of you or what society says because what Jesus thinks of you is what truly matters. You are worth so much to Him and He loves you so much!
Try to not let fear control you.
Keep your eyes on Jesus no matter what is happening around you.
Start believing that what Jesus thinks of you is what matters most and keep being yourself. Do not let anyone tell you otherwise and focus more on what Jesus thinks instead of the opinions of other’s that don’t even matter!
I love this quote so much from today’s devotional! It serves as a reminder to keep focusing on Jesus and our fears we have will all wash away because Jesus is so much greater than our fears.