Do you need to hear Jesus say to you today: “Be not afraid”? In this episode, I explain how to conquer fear by driving it out by its roots and by gaining confidence in what scriptures say about it. The scriptures used are: Ezekiel 2:6, Luke 12:4-5, Psalm 91:1-6, Proverbs 3:21-26, Jeremiah 1:7-8, and Matthew 10. I also share the story of how I overcame the fear of damaging my reputation in a difficult situation.
At the end of this episode, I pray for your healing and victory over fear.
Be a courageous Christian!
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I’m going to share with you how to conquer fear: how to move from fear’s grip on you to holy boldness, to the courage that God the Father created you to have – yes, he created you to have! He made us in his image. Take a look at the courage that Jesus had when he was condemned, when he was persecuted, when people spoke unkindly about him, when people argued with him, and when he went to the Cross. Courage through and through! The kind of courage that made him determined to keep on going and at the same time to have peace about it. That’s what he wants for you in your daily life.
Now let’s go look at the root causes of the fears that God wants to free you from….
When we have a personal relationship with the Holy Spirit, he enables us to live the life of the courageous Christian, the life that God wants to give to you, my friend. He wants you to be free from the controls of fear and live in the wonderfulness of hope, live in the truth of faith, and live the bold life of a courageous Christian.
For more help on this topic, see our WordBytes article “What Are You Afraid Of?“
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Thank you Lord Jesus for giving me the strength to not be afraid. Help me remove all fear from my life and those I pray for and fill it with your grace and love.