There are certainly plenty of things happening these days to make us fearful and anxious. “What if ...” is often a dangerous road to start down. Paul said to “be careful [full of care, anxious] for nothing.” Consider that Paul was writing this as a prisoner of Rome, facing certain death. He could have easily been overcome with fear and worry.
But how do we NOT allow fears to overwhelm us? Paul did not leave us guessing. He told us exactly how to overcome this powerful tool of the enemy: prayer and thanksgiving. In one of my darkest trials, when fear was about to take me under, I felt like God impressed me to thank Him all day long. As I made the bed, I said, “Thank You, Lord, for a comfortable place to sleep.” I thanked Him for a lily that bloomed out of season. It was not long until the fears began to lose their power over me.
“If a thing is great enough to threaten to make me anxious, it is great enough for me to talk to God about” (commentary). If it matters to you, it matters to the Master.
Write something about yourself. No need to be fancy, just an overview.