It has been said that worry is a prayer for what you don’t want.
For instance, if one spends all their time worrying about how to pay the bills, their mental energy and time is consumed with fear of lack, not enough, and coming up short. Their mind becomes a playground for the very situation they want to avoid.
The better way is to silence the worry with a growing understanding of God’s infinite resources at hand to meet every human need. As thought is imbued with spiritual reality, what it sees spiritually, manifests humanly. Improvement occurs.
So, rather than spending mental energy and time allowing what you don’t want, pray for what you want! Focus on praying for a better understanding of God, for enlightened points of view and healing inspiration. Seek the truth that heals and leave worry behind.