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WHAT A 95-YEAR-OLD WOMAN WORRIES ABOUT


A ninety-five year old woman at the nursing home received a visit from one of her fellow church members.


"How are you feeling?" the visitor asked.


"Oh," said the lady, "I'm just worried sick!"


"What are you worried about, dear?" her friend asked. "You look rather well and healthy today. Are they taking good care of you here?"


"Oh, yes, they're taking very good care of me."


"Are you in any pain?" she asked.


"No, I'm not in any pain at all."


"Well then, what are you worried about?" her friend asked again.


The lady leaned back in her rocking chair, sighed a heavy sigh, then slowly explained her major worry. "Every close friend I ever had has already died and gone on to heaven. I'm afraid they're all wondering where I went."


The word worry in the Greek, means to be divided. The Greek word is formed by two root words "divided" and "mind." To worry means to be pulled in many different directions.


(From a sermon by Jimmy Haile, Consider the Lilies!, 12/25/2010)

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