In The Garden With Jesus
Matt. 6:34 ¶ “So do not worry about tomorrow; for tomorrow will care for itself. 2Each day has enough trouble of its own.
[Tyndale Commentary] [R. T. France]
34. While the call not to be anxious links this verse with what precedes, its theme is rather different in that it deals with trouble ahead, while vv. 25–33 envisaged full provision, not trouble. It is a salutary reminder that God’s sure provision of our needs does not guarantee a life without problems. But they need not be multiplied by worrying about them before they occur; God knows about these too, and can be trusted to deal with them when the time comes. Cf. James 4:13–15.