Don't be anxious, instead make requests known to God

Scripture reference

Philippians 4:6 (ASV 1901)

6In nothing be anxious; but in everything by prayer and supplication with thanksgiving let your requests be made known unto God.


Left with only $20 even as the bills continued to mount, Rosalind became worried and afraid but soon committed the matter in God's hands. The very next day at breakfast, her decision to put the matter to rest in God's hands paid off.
When Eugene Poole faced a financial need, he told no one except the Lord. God answered his prayers through Dr. Talbot!
In response to a sister's concern about the burden he carries as it relates to obtaining the needed supplies for the orphanages under his care, George Müller writes about how learning to cast his cares on God has freed him of all anxiety; given him the confidence that he will never be forsaken and so making him depend totally on God alone.
One night, over 50 Ao Naga students threatened to behead Rochunga after a face-off he had with one of them. But as Rochunga brought his case before the Lord, not only was he able to sleep soundly that very night having obtained God's protection, but his enemies will two days later come to him seeking his forgiveness.
Jonathan and Rosalind Goforth were in answer to prayer miraculously provided with free accommodation in Hotsun after their initial arrangement to secure one failed. Thanks to this provision, they were able to stay in the city and preach about Jesus for three days.
The missionaries at Honan were eager to reach and care for the people, and anxious for their lives if they be rejected. They had a highly skilled and award-winning doctor who could treat many illnesses, yet no one came to them; for the locals not only distrusted them, but they also hated them. But as God's people gathered to pray about the matter, He answered above and beyond expectation!
Just after Papa and Mama Jacques finished praying to God to send them someone to help them escape the war in Congo, their was a knock on their door. As they opened the door, the most unlikely person to ever help them was there to do just that.
John G. Paton's mother asked him and his siblings to go to sleep hungry, telling them she had faith that God will answer her prayer and send them food in the morning, which He did.
Mary Slessor was growing anxious over the state of her finances when in answer to prayer, a friend sent her a small but timely financial gift. A grateful Miss Slessor wrote this friend to say, "... your gift is a direct answer to prayer".
Corrie Ten Boom was staying in New York at a YWCA that only allowed rooms to be rented for one week. At the end of the week, the receptionist informed Corrie that her time was up and asked for her forwarding address. Although she knew no one in the city and had nowhere to go, Corrie was not worried since she trusted God. Then the Lord miraculously provided a place to stay, in such a way that the hotel receptionist could see God's lovingkindness.