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What I Feared

What I feared

Job 3:25 What I feared has come upon me; what I dreaded has happened to me.

Fear is the ultimate weapon of the devil to restrict our destiny. Fear kills potentials, destroys dreams before they are born and distracts the mind from finding peace. When we fear, that thing which we fear most often ends up happening. When you fear loosing a job, a loved one, valuable assets, life…often times the devil capitalize on those fears and brings the worse to bear, like he did to Job.

“Fear not!” is the most repeated command in the Bible. In fact, it’s been said that there are 365 “Fear nots” in the Bible —one “Fear not” for every day of the year! God knows that we lose so much because we fear. Whatever the nature of your fear; fear of unknown, fear of death, fear of failure, fear of rejection, fear of abuse etc God is telling you today and everyday, “Fear not”.

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Heed the Word, don’t let fear rob you of your glory. Fear attacts what is feared, courage through faith delivers man’s dream to him. Don’t let anyone put fear in you, not even through visions from men of God for if God shows/says it then He has perfected it. You have been given the Spirit of the Son to ask questions of the Father and not to fear.

So dear, take your “fear not” for today and use it to surmount whatever may be trying to scare you, so that what you fear will not happen to you.

Stay blessed and fear not!

Author:

Selah is a motivator with one thing in mind and that is to bring out the best in you. The basis of the teachings is that there is nothing impossible for a man who has God and who is dedicated to achieving results. Selah is an economist by profession and a life consultant by practice with wide experience in life, its values and expectations. Selah believes you are here because you need answers but know that it’s only God that can provide all answers and if you trust in Him, He would open your mind as you read through. Selah is glad you have visited this site, hopes you will continue to and hopes the site continues to meet your needs for motivational support. Stay blessed!

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