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If You Have Time To Worry

If you have time to worry you have time to pray.”

This lyric comes from a wonderful southern gospel song by the talented Gordon Mote. You may watch his performance of the song here, or simply marinate in the lyrics of the song below.

Your day’s already fallin’ to pieces
And you just stumbled out of bed
You ain’t even poured your coffee
And a voice of fear is filling up your head
And you’re anxious about tomorrow
When you ain’t even lived today
If you’ve got time to worry
Then you’ve got time to pray

Just take it to the Lord
Drop your troubles at His door
Then turn around and leave them there
Why carry all your burdens
When I know for certain
It’s a weight that the Lord can bear
Don’t waste a minute dreading
Or live a life regretting
All the moments you’ve been fretting away
Cause if you’ve got time to worry
Then you’ve got time to pray

You’re looking out across the valley
And it sure seems a wide and deep
Who know what is waiting in the shadows
The uncertainty has got you losing sleep
But you can kneel on knees that are knocking
It just takes a little bit of faith
If you’ve got time to worry
Then you’ve got time to pray

So don’t waste a minute dreadin’
Or live your life regrettin’
All the moments you’ve been frettin’ away
Cause if you’ve got time to worry
Then you’ve got time to pray
Yes if you’ve got time to worry
You’ve got time to pray

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