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ROADBLOCKS: FEAR (Part 2)

02 Apr

I believe roadblocks come in different forms. Been praying today on whether or not to continue on roadblocks or go on to another subject. While listening to an old CD (Kenneth Copeland) on my way to Gainesville today for an appointment, he was talking about fear. Fear doesn’t have control over us unless we allow it to. Something one of my pastors said stuck with me. Your past can’t control you if you don’t look back. Fear is always trying to get you to look back.

Joyce Meyers said one time that God never said, “Feel not” or “shake not.” He said, “Fear not!” He wants us to confront the spirit. We are not to run—not to take flight; but stand our ground and realize that God is with us.

Have you ever found yourself at a place in life that you were wondering if only you had done something or even maybe if the decisions that needed to be made were correct. Some people drag their feet all their lives out of fear of making a wrong decision. Confront life and start finding out what is right and wrong for you. Don’t spend all your life wondering. Fear of man can cause people not to fulfill their future.

Luke 12:4-5 (MSG) “I’m speaking to you as dear friends. Don’t be bluffed into silence or insincerity by the threats of religious bullies. True, they can kill you, but then what can they do? There’s nothing they can do to your soul, your core being. Save your fear for God, who holds your entire life—body and soul—in his hands.

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