No More Fear! – A Reader’s Response…

Isn’t it funny (or not) how we get caught up (negatively) in the waiting period of God? We begin to question God, we begin to self-doubt, we begin to wonder what in the world is this life all about. We become consumed with things that are completely not of God. Then, Satan gets a foothold and begins his work of killing, destroying and lying. I 100% hate this place! Adam and I are facing a question that we want, but are waiting for God’s timing and understanding in the answering. This morning God spoke to me through a radio station. KLove had a guy phone in and share a dream he had as a child. I don’t remember what he said they were in, but he saw his “dead” bones. He began to share about how the dream that haunted him for years, vanished when he became a follower of Jesus and how Satan could no longer use death to scare him and cause him fear and anxiety. Then Jeremy Camp’s song “There Will Be a Day” came on. I’ve known all the words to this song, but I’ve never soaked it up and truly “heard” the words.

I know the journey seems so long
You feel you’re walking on your own
But there has never been a step
Where you’ve walked out all alone

Troubled soul don’t lose your heart
Cause joy and peace he brings
And the beauty that’s in store
Outweighs the hurt of life’s sting

Today I pray that I would dwell on the things of God and His amazing wonders and not the thoughts, ways and understandings of this world. I pray that anyone who is facing fear, let God replace it with His grace, His mercy, and His abundant love! Anna thank you for sharing your heart! I love how when we are transparent for God, we not only release our own struggles, but we allow ourselves to be instrumental to others facing them as well. Thanks for being an instrument.

 The video below greatly moved me during the writing of this post and reading this response.  I pray you can listen and worship!  I am REDEEMED!  HOPE WILL CARRY ME HOME!  I AM REDEEMED!

2 Comments Add yours

  1. Sarah says:

    I love the Jeremy Camp song; I listen to it on stressful/ overwhelming days to put pep back in my step.


    1. Sarah!
      Isn’t it neat when God speaks to us through music! AMEN! The reader texted me and said it came on AGAIN while she was travelling home. Cool beans!


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