Fear is a liar

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     Never allow fear to keep you from stepping out into all that God has for you. For fear is not given to you from God, but from the author of fear, the one who wants to keep you  from God’s best for you (Satan).  That fear is usually a sign that you are on the right track. So stay on it, keep going. 

     For as Henry Ford once said;

One of the greatest discoveries a man makes,

one of his great surprises,

is to find he can do what he was afraid he couldn’t do.

     And the next time you are faced with a fear that is stopping you from stepping out into all that God has for you to be, bring it to God in prayer, then remember Henry (he didn’t turn out so bad),  allow Philippians 4:13 to settle your spirit and do it afraid.

     Trust God’s leading, He will not let you down.


If you struggle with procrastination, this may be why


The enemy’s first line of attack, typically, will not be bold or obvious. Instead, he will advance into your thoughts quietly, with whispers. His first work is to disarm you so that you accept a passive spirit. This spirit will mimic the “rest of God,” but it is not God’s rest. It is the opposite. Your defensives are quietly being overrun while your voice is rendered prayer-less. If you find yourself feeling almost drugged spiritually, stand up, submit yourself to God. Then with authority, audibly confront the enemy in the name of the Lord Jesus Christ. – Francis Frangipane

The two things about fear that every Christian should know



“In order to succeed, your desire for success should be greater than your fear of failure.” – Bill Cosby

We all have come face to face with fear in our lives. For some of us it is a daily struggle, and sometimes we may feel powerless to overcome it.

Yet, two things are very clear about fear.

  1. It is not from God.

As it says in the 2 Timothy 1:7, “God gave us a spirit not of fear but of power and love and self-control”(ESV). So if we are feeling fear we know that it is not coming from God but from our adversary who “prowls around like a roaring lion, seeking someone to devour.” (1 Peter 5:8, ESV).

  1. God can take away our fears.

In Psalms 34:4 we read how the Psalmist “sought the Lord, and he answered me and delivered me from all my fears”(ESV).  Because God is no respecter of persons, we know that if we go to God with our fears He will deliver us as well.

Do not allow the enemy to steal any part of your life in by causing you to fear. Life is to short and you have too much to accomplish to let fear stop you.

 Instead run to God and give Him your fear, and He will meet you with His peace.

 Then you will be free to accomplish great things for the glory of God.



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