David gave us an example in Psalm 86 of how to get yourself our of despair. We don’t know the specific event, but we know people are trying to kill him.
When you go into the secret place, you are hidden. You are actually hidden from evil in the tabernacle of the Lord. We must go into that secret place.
Fear tries to get us to focus on the potential of future problems. In order to break its hold we need to focus elsewhere. This is a way to overcome fear.
Fear may bring quick results, but it will always leave a foothold for the enemy. God motivates us with love. He wants us to experience every good thing.
As you give yourself to God, your weakness becomes your greatest strength. God promises to be strong in our weakness, as we look to him with trust & faith.
To know God intimately is to be full of hope for a bright future and full of faith to see it realized. It is the death of fear as a motivation in your life.
As kids we are too young to properly interpret our world. Without direction we are bound to get it wrong. My interpretation of my world was I was unwanted.
Instead of just being with God, I’ve been trying to get Him to talk. My worries have created a filter to what I want from God. Maybe He just wants me?
Emergencies happen in life. Step into these situations with faith and not fear. Here are 4 things to pray in an emergency to help change the outcome:
God wants us with Him, and in Psalm 15 He has left us with a short list of characteristics of those who get to live in God’s presence.
God removed the shame of sin so we may be free. Free to move past our mistakes. Free to focus on what God wants us to focus on… our relationship with Him.
My wife calls me up to tell me what just happened. We were step away from losing our daughter, a step away from having our lives drastically changed.