Faith vs. Fear

Dearly Beloved,

It’s a wonderful Tuesday afternoon and I pray you guys are off to a joyous start.  Fear is under surveillance today.  Fear is the conglomerate of being afraid of (something or someone), to expect or worry about (something bad or unpleasant), or to be afraid or worried (Merriam-Webster, 2014). Fear is also the opposite of faith.  Faith is having strong belief in someone or something (Merriam-Webster, 2014).  Warriors, why do we put total confidence in ourselves, and people and not in God the Father, Son, and the Holy Spirit?

The question of the day is this:  How can we move from fear to uncompromising trust and total confidence in God?  My purpose is to awaken us to consciousness today.  Many of us are guilty on pondering or meditating on things that will never happen.  Always remember, that ultimately you become what you read, think, watch, hear, or eat.  The forces of darkness are always on the prowl seeking to devour every fabric of your being. Warriors guard your heart and be mindful of what and who you are allowing in your space. Beloved, what you actively seek will find you!  Fear gifts you death, sickness, disease, dread, stagnation, mediocrity, etc.

Consider this: Have you ever wondered why you started out your day joyous and by the afternoon you’re acting completely weird?  Do you know why?  It’s because you allowed your guard over your heart to come down.  You have also relinquished faith and moved into fear. Friends, embrace things that add to you and not deplete you. The fear of man brings a snare: but whoso puts his trust in the LORD shall be safe. (Proverbs 29:25) For God hath not given us the spirit of fear; but of power, and of love, and of a sound mind. (2 Timothy 1:7) Here’s a call to action: drop fear, embrace faith, and actively fuel your faith with the inspired word of God daily.  Until we meet again…I love you to life!


The Risen Warrior



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