Do Not Worry

The lockdown ‘Do Nots’ might feel confining, but the Bible’s ‘Do Nots’ are liberating.


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Based on Matthew 6:25-34, this powerful spoken word explores our Covid-centred worries and then takes us back to the Bible basics

Surviving? Thriving? In lockdown is this even possible?! We feel out of control and restricted by all Covid ‘Do Not’ rules.

But God is in control and he isn’t restricted. He is the bread of life and alone can fully satisfy. We can trust that the God who feeds the birds and clothes the flowers will look after us.

The lockdown ‘Do Nots’ might feel confining, but the Bible’s ‘Do Nots’ are liberating.

Possible Discussion Questions

  • Do you live like God is in control? Or do you look too far ahead?
  • Do you think not worrying could be freeing? Why/why not?

Related Bible Reference

  • Matthew 6:25-34


Produced by Scripture Union Northern Ireland

Working with churches, Scripture Union Northern Ireland aims to make God’s good news known to children, young people and families around the world and in Northern Ireland through Schools, Camps & Missions and Training & Resources.

Written and performed by Phil Howe

Phil Howe is the Training & Resources Manager for Scripture Union Northern Ireland. He loves sharing from God’s Word and has a heart for equipping people to open up the Bible for themselves and for others.

Acoustic James Balmer

James Balmer studied Digital Media at Edinburgh Napier University. He is currently doing an internship with Scripture Union Northern Ireland. He has a passion and gifting for videography, graphic design and creating content.

Script and Editing by Mark Moorhead

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