We all know that fear is a basic human emotion that we have within us and we constantly live in the grip of fear, worry, and anxiety in our daily lives. If we worry ourselves too much about fear, we will certainly fear rejection by people we love every day. We all think about our own death from time to time. The question we all think about is, when will it happen and under what circumstances? If we are wise, we would not focus on death, but only focus on God, for he is the giver of life. I am not surprised that fear of failure comes at the top for many people. Also, we sometimes ask ourselves how frustrating it might feel for us to waste time on this earth? It is terrible to think that our life was a bust because it did not turn out the way we hoped it would.
Somewhere along the way, God is waiting for us to call upon him and ask for his help. In Isaiah 41:10, the scripture tells us, “Fear not, for I am with you,” meaning we should have no fear if God is with us. God knew we would all wrestle with fear sooner or later. What do you do when your fears seem to be winning the day? What if you pray and God still has not come through for you? If you are like most people, you begin to lose hope, and you wonder why you bothered to pray in the first place. Deep in the soil of your heart, little seeds of doubt take root, growing up into a harvest of frustration and anger. It happens to most of us every day. Some of the best men and women of the Bible struggled with their inner doubts when their fears overcame them, but with God’s guidance and commands, they were lifted up and help saved our people from danger.
So, my dear friends, it is imperative that we lose the fear from within us and fear God. If you are at a crossroad in your life, I encourage you to move forward. Do not stand still in terror and take God’s hand. God wants to deliver you from all of your fears, so have no fear.
If you do not remember anything else from this article, remember that fear is not from God, but from Satan.
Remember, God will bless you more abundantly!