In today’s world we all face fear right? But who can overcome fear? How does that happen? By trusting in God, and in the word of God. What does it say? That faith can move mountains & truly it does.
And he said unto them Why are you so fearful how is it ye have no faith.
With God fear should not exist Fear is something the devil tries to get you to fall but we need focus on God See the Lord wants you to be overgrown with faith so stop and think fear or faith?
Yea though I walk through the valley of the shadow of death I will not fear no evil; for thou art with me thou prepares me a table for me in the presence of mine enemies thou anointed my head with oil my cup rennet over.
When the season was over & we gave out 4000 bears that’s when Satan tried to knock me down with computer crashing to car breaking down & needing half of a Motor . So here is what I did after a day of no answer I Called on the Lord & relied on total faith Like the Lord said faith can move mountains & after those things started to come together. My question to you is do you Do that when life gets shaky
When it gets shaky or trails hit. You got to trust in god & know your faith is there that is why I counted on faith & everything was coming together for the ministry & myself.
Jesus said I tell you the truth anyone who has faith in me will do what I been doing He will do even greater things then these because I’m going to the father.
So when car breaks down computer crashes you better grab that Rope of faith & pull yourself up.
Mathew 17; 20
Jesus said I tell you the truth if you have faith as a mustard seed, you can say to the mountain, Move from here to there’ and it will move. Nothing will be impossible for you.
So to put it strait the way Jesus teaches us Faith Not Fear
Everything we do here in the Ministry Pastor Miller Pastor Williams does it with faith. Look at what Jesus Tried to show Peter When Jesus was on the Water Jesus wanted Him to learn how to be strong in his faith the minute Peter took His eyes off Jesus. What Happened to Peter He Fell into the Water the Question is do you want to fall in or do you want to walk on Water??
Winter Thoughts for Elderly
If you are up there in age do not be prideful & shovel let someone younger shovel your walkway. I know someone who at the age of 50 went out and shoveled snow, and they had a massive heart attack. The elderly are more at risk.
And those who are younger please check on the elderly in a storm if the elderly loose electric they will not go elsewhere they have more pride then we do so we want them to be safe so check on them see that they have proper heat & make sure they do not have a generator in the House
Make sure Elderly always have Emergency kit Emergency water Emergency Food as we get older we forget I know I do already so be there to help them in a snow storm
As a Chaplain on the Emergency response team
This is one thing that we train our Teams on.
Fear itself – What is its origin?
Fear is defined as, “an unpleasant feeling of apprehension or distress caused by the presence or anticipation of danger.”1 But what is the origin of this unpleasant feeling – fear itself?
The ultimate basis for all fear is man’s alienation from God. The first mention or manifestation of fear in the Bible was from the first man, Adam. While in the Garden of Eden, Adam and Eve had been given a command by the Lord to refrain from eating the fruit of the tree in the midst of the Garden. The serpent, Satan, deceived them and caused them to disobey God. As a result they became afraid and hid from God. Genesis 3:8-10 shares the account, “Then the man and his wife heard the sound of the LORD God as he was walking in the garden in the cool of the day, and they hid from the LORD God among the trees of the garden. But the LORD God called to the man, ‘Where are you?’ He answered, ‘I heard you in the garden, and I was afraid because I was naked; so I hid.'”
The root of so many fear-based thoughts is this alienation between God and man. When man sinned, he no longer enjoyed the close, intimate, loving fellowship with God as at the beginning. Fear of punishment, insecurity, dread of evil events, anticipation of loss all stem from the lost relationship to God and the covering that comes from His loving protection. Inherently, sin makes man feel that he is undeserving of any good from the hand of the Lord and is therefore vulnerable to all kinds of bad things.
Rising also out of the enmity between God and man is the feeling of inadequacy that generates all kinds of fears and is a direct cause of unbelief. Faith and fear cannot be present at the same time. When we trust in the promises of God, we are not afraid.
After the Children of Israel had crossed the Red Sea and continued on their journey towards the Promised Land, the land flowing with milk and honey that God had promised to them, they came to Kadesh Barnea. Moses sent twelve spies to spy out the land of Canaan and ten of them came back with this report: Numbers 13:31 says, “But the men who had gone up with him said, ‘We can’t attack those people; they are stronger than we are.'” Though the children of Israel had received the promise that God would give them the Land of Canaan and had led them through the Red Sea and had promised to be with them, they still feared. They felt inadequate to tackle the “giants” in the land and, rather, forfeited the promise.
What was the origin of their fear? The Bible gives us a very clear answer. It was their unbelief and it caused them to fail to enter the Promised Land. Hebrews 3:19 says, “So we see that they were not able to enter, because of their unbelief.” Sin and unbelief working in the life of any person will promote fear and alienation. As a result, there is torment and rebellion and the reaping of the displeasure of God.
Read the Following:
2 Timothy 1:7
1 John 4:18