Are You Afraid?

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God wants us to walk fearlessly because He did not give us a spirit of timidity, as 2 Timothy 1:7 says, and because perfect love casts out fear, as 1 John 4:18 says.

Receive this special message today that we believe the Lord has for you …

“Are you afraid?

Is fear right at the threshold of your heart?

Don’t let it come in ... trust in Me.

In every circumstance, keep your eyes fixed on Me.

I want to give you unshakeable faith, 

A confidence in Me that surpasses your fears and doubts.

The assurance that My love is stronger, My love is greater,

Than all the situations you will face!

This is why, when doubt knocks on the door of your heart,

Don’t open it! Confess My Word with assurance and authority.

Proclaim that I have not changed, that I am who I am!

The Alpha and the Omega, the First and the Last.

Declare that I am the One who heals and the One who provides,

The One who restores and the One who comforts.

I wanted you, and I created you!

I will accomplish in you what I’ve promised; I will do what I said.

Because I am not a man, that I should lie, nor a son of man, that I should repent.

Remain in faith, in peace, and in joy.

I am your Father, your friend, and your King.

I will not leave you.”

Bible references: Numbers 23:19, Exodus 15:26, Revelation 22:13, Psalm 139:16.

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