You have to be home before it gets dark. You double or triple check the locks on your doors. It causes you to miss out on opportunities. It can frustrate, and even hurt others who don’t have it and who struggle to understand why you still do. It can grip your heart, and hinder, or paralyses you at times. You have to have someone else with you or you won’t leave the house.
Do you have it? Do you have fear?
Those who believe in God should be void of fear. I know a woman who trust God while it is light outside, but she doesn’t trust him at night. It’s not totally her fault, she was raised to be afraid of everything. She hasn’t learned to overcome the lies, but I know she will! Joyce Meyer says fear is:
John 14:27 Amplified Bible (AMP) Peace I leave with you; My [perfect] peace I give to you; not as the world gives do I give to you. Do not let your heart be troubled, nor let it be afraid. [Let My perfect peace calm you in every circumstance and give you courage and strength for every challenge.]
When you really trust God, there is nothing to fear.
Why be afraid of something that may never happen? Another scripture, Job 3:25 says, “What I fear the most has come upon me.” I know this can really happen. I have a friend that shared her greatest fear with me and about 3 years later it happened almost exactly how she feared it would.
Fear, says to God, “I don’t think you can handle this Lord.” You are limiting God! God has the authority over everything, He always has, and He always will. Would you like someone to not trust you, especially knowing with you, nothing is impossible? God probably does hard things for breakfast!
So if you believe in God, act like it!
It’s okay to ask God for help to believe in his power and might. In Mark 9:24 a man cries out, ““Then I believe. Help me with my doubts!” If you do, soon you will be living in freedom, and those around you will be amazed and your confidence in God will be a witness to others.
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