Encouraging thoughts from the 19th century preacher C. H. Spurgeon:
"Why dost thou worry thyself? What use can thy fretting serve? Thou art on board a vessel which thou couldst not steer even if the great Captain put thee at the helm, of which thou couldst not so much as reef a sail, yet thou worriest as if thou wert captain and helmsman. Oh, be quiet; God is Master!
"Dost thou think that all this din and hurly-burly that is abroad betokens that God has left His throne?
"No, man, His coursers rush furiously on, and His chariot is the storm; but there is a bit between their jaws, and He hold the reins, and guides them as He wills! Jehovah is Master yet; believe it; peace be unto thee! be not afraid."