Messages on Fears
Fear, when allowed to govern our lives, can leave us helpless and hopeless. But fear can also serve as a signpost to something greater which in turn, builds courage, confidence, and hope. Isaiah 41:10; Matthew 6:30-34
How does fear contribute to wisdom? Isn’t fear the opposite of faith?
The future seems very insecure right now, and in the midst of all of this, our hearts are failing us for fear. Fear is a very powerful emotion — it can grip us with an immobilizing terror. It can keep us from succeeding in life. Fear wants to steal your joy, take your courage and leave you cold, naked and trembling. Fear is an obstacle that we all must overcome by building and standing on our faith. Isaiah 41:10-13
It’s been a constant barrage of media reports, conflicting opinions and warring factions. Like a migraine that never goes away, we are sapped to the core. Psalm 69:1-3
Sometimes the path ahead is daunting and the challenges too great. In this message, we find in the words of a prophet, the way forward when the path ahead has us paralyzed. Deuteronomy 7:17-24
Change is challenging. It forces us to either face some hard truths or face our fears headlong. Beyond those challenges lies a deeper potential, one when embraced, allows us to live as God intended. 1 Corinthians 5:16-17; Ephesians 2:4
Being stuck rarely feels good. In order to move forward, even if it’s one step at a time, means leaving some things behind, especially when they hurt your relationship with God. Romans 13:11-14