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God Will Take Care Of You - Psalm 55:22

Welcome to Day 27 for a short powerful devotion from our 30 Psalms For Anxiety, Fear, Worry, And Depression bible plan. This short devotional is from Psalm 55:22.

Worrying is a common struggle that many of us face in life. It can consume our thoughts, drain our energy, and hinder our ability to trust God fully.

However, if you know Jesus as your Lord and Savior, you are called to cast your worries on the Lord and place your trust in His faithfulness. In this Bible study, we will explore Psalm 55:22 and discover valuable insights about how we can overcome worry by relying on God to take care of us.

God will take care of you

Read Psalm 55:22: (Click on the verse to read it in various translations.)

"Cast your burden on the Lord, and he will sustain you; he will never permit the righteous to be moved."ESV

What does Psalm 55:22 mean?

To grasp the meaning of Psalm 55:22, it is helpful to consider the larger context of the psalm. In Psalm 55, David expresses his distress and anguish, facing the betrayal of a close friend. He pours out his heart to God, seeking refuge and relief from his troubles. Amidst this turmoil, David finds solace and hope in the Lord's faithful character.

Give God your burdens

Cast your burden on the Lord and He will take care of you. Just as David was able to cast his burden on the Lord, you can too.

Take comfort in knowing that God is intimately aware of the challenges you face. He sees your struggles and stands ready to intervene on your behalf. He is not a distant, uncaring God; instead, He actively protects and upholds His beloved children.

God will take care of you!

When you commit to walking in righteousness, seeking to align your life with God's will, He becomes your unshakable foundation. Amidst life's storms and uncertainties, you can find stability and security in Him. He will be your rock, (Yahweh Tsuri) keeping you steady when everything else seems to crumble. God will take care of you!

Remember, God's promise does not mean you will never face difficulties. However, it assures you that you will not be overcome or destroyed by them. He will shield (Magen) you from spiritual harm and ensure your faith remains strong. As you navigate life's trials, you can trust in His loving care and sovereign guidance.

How to give God your burdens

Here are some tips on how to give your burdens to God. You are instructed to give all your concerns, all your cares, and all the dreams that have not yet been realized to God.

What is your burden right now?

What is causing you to worry?

1. Take a moment to reflect on the worries and anxieties that currently weigh on your heart. Write them down and acknowledge their presence in your life. Then surrender them to God. In prayer, intentionally release each concern to God, expressing your trust in His ability to handle them. Picture yourself physically handing over each worry to Him, leaving them in His capable hands.

2. Make it a habit to spend time in God's presence through prayer and reading His Word. Ask Him to strengthen and sustain you in your daily life. Trust that His grace is sufficient for you (2 Corinthians 12:9).

3. Recall instances in your life where God has been faithful and provided for you in times of worry or difficulty. Regularly remind yourself of His past faithfulness as you face new challenges, reinforcing your trust in Him. Do you keep a prayer journal? If you write your prayers to God, make sure you come back to it and write the date beside it when you know that God answered that prayer - it will encourage and strengthen your heart when you next have a burden you need to surrender to God.)

4. Share your worries with trusted fellow believers who can support you in prayer and offer godly counsel. Community and fellowship are essential in navigating through seasons of worry.

Free printable prayer journal

Use our free printable prayer journal that was specifically designed for our 30 Psalms challenge on anxiety or a notebook to put into action all that you have learned from our study of Psalm 55:22. You can download it here. Use it to go deeper as you ponder all that God will reveal to you as you spend time in His presence.

printable worbook and prayer journal Psalms for anxiety

Bible affirmation: Remind yourself often of these biblical truths.

  1. You can release your worries to the Lord, knowing He sustains you and provides for all your needs.

  2. In times of uncertainty, you can trust in the unchanging faithfulness of God, knowing that He will never let you be shaken.

  3. You are protected by God's loving care, and you can walk in confidence, knowing that He will not allow you to slip or fall. (Psalm 55:22 NLT)

Scripture Prayer: Psalm 55:22

Father, You are the source of all comfort, strength, and provision. Your Word reminds me to cast my cares upon You because You care for me. I humbly surrender my worries, anxieties, and burdens into Your loving hands.

Lord, I acknowledge that I cannot carry these burdens on my own. They weigh me down and steal my joy. But I find solace in knowing that You are my sustainer, and You are always ready to help me in my time of need.

Right now I release every concern and fear that has been occupying my thoughts and overwhelming my heart. I trust in Your faithfulness and infinite wisdom. Please take these worries and replace them with Your peace that surpasses all understanding. Thank You for being my constant source of strength and refuge. Amen.


Psalm 55:22 serves as a powerful reminder that we don't have to carry the burdens of worry on our own. By casting our cares upon the Lord, trusting in His sustaining power, and relying on His unchanging faithfulness, we can find peace, strength, and stability even in the midst of life's uncertainties.

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Karen xx.


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