1 Peter 5:7 tells us to "give God all your worries and cares, for he cares about you." All the little (and big!) things we have a tendency to worry about, God cares about them. But even more so, He cares about us. Which really shouldn't be a surprise, considering that from day one He has shown us over and over and over again just how much He cares.
He created us.
He clothes us.
He feeds us.
He loves us.
He died for us.
He pursues us.
And in our times of trouble, when we're so full of anxiety, fear, and worry, He sustains us.
Psalm 55:22 tells us to "cast your cares on the Lord and he will sustain you; he will never let the righteous be shaken."
What does that even mean?
Merriam-Webster defines sustain this way:
: to provide what is needed for (something or someone) to exist, continue, etc.
: to hold up the weight of (something)