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Fear is not my native land

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THE FOG OF FEAR
The bureau of standards in Washington tells us that A dense fog that covers a seven-city-block area one hundred feet deep is composed of less than one glass of water divided into sixty thousand million drops. Not much is there but it can cripple an entire city. (LESS THAN A GLASS OF WATER)

Fear is faith in the negative, trust in the unpleasant, assurance of disaster and belief in defeat…fear worry is wasting today’s time to clutter up tomorrow’s opportunities with yesterday’s troubles. FEAR IS LIKE A dense fog that covers a seven-city-block area one hundred feet deep is composed of less than one glass of water divided into sixty thousand million drops. Not much is there but it can cripple an entire city. …A CUP FULL OF FEAR CAN HAVE THE SAME EFFECT…WE FORGET TO TRUST GOD….AND TINY DROPS OF FEAR CLOSE IN AROUND OUR THOUGHTS AND WE GET SUBMERGED WITH NO VISION NO HOPE NO FAITH!

Fret not–He loves you (John 13:1) Faint not–He holds you (Psalm 139:10) Fear not–He keeps you (Psalm 121:5)

I am inwardly fashioned for faith, not for fear. Fear is not my native land; faith is.
I am so made that fear, worry and anxiety are sand in the machinery of life; faith is the oil. I live better by faith and confidence than by fear, doubt and anxiety. In fear anxiety and worry, I’m gasping for breath–this are not my native air. But in faith and confidence, I breathe freely–these are my native air. A John Hopkins University doctor says, “We do not know why it is that worriers die sooner than the non- worriers, but that is a fact.” But I, who am simple of mind, think I know; We are inwardly constructed in nerve and tissue, brain cell and soul, for faith and not for fear. God made us that way. To live by fear is to live against God‘s story.

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Fear is the end of your story  …. perfect love starts the story again…..

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