So many people let fear of the “unknown” block them from the good that God has for them.
It’s unknown to them what will happen to them if they risk putting a little of themselves on the line for greater success. And so, they let themselves be blocked from the good they want.
It’s unknown what other people might say or do. And so, they let themselves be blocked from the good they want.
It’s unknown what they might have to do without for a little while or what hardship they may have to endure to enjoy greater rewards. And so, they let themselves be blocked from the good they want.
It’s unknown what the economy is going to do. And so, they let themselves be blocked from the good they want.
It’s unknown to them what…the list could go on forever.
Here’s what I want you to understand…
By recognizing that your fear is of the UNKNOWN, your fear becomes a KNOWN – which is all you need to know in order to break fears power over you.
See, by the simple act of noticing that you fear something unknown, you give yourself the ability to disassociate from it. If you’re able to notice it, you are able to separate yourself from it.
And, fear is not of God. Therefore, it’s not to be of you. Notice your fear. Disassociate from it. Move forward in faith.
Move forward trusting and knowing that God is a good God and that he has good intentions towards you and wonderful blessings that He is arranging for you to receive as time goes forward.
By the way, watch out for worry too.
Your imagination is just one of the many wonderful tools that God gave you to do good with – both for yourself and for others. Worry is what happens when you use this tool inappropriately to create, invent, and make up stuff to be in fear of.
Worry is another one of those things you can notice. And again, when you notice it, you can separate yourself from it. You can stop doing it. Then, you can begin to do something good with it – like God intended for you to do.
And, after you dissassociate and separate yourself from fear and worry, remember this: “The Lord is my helper, and I will not fear (Hebrews 13:6)” and this: “The LORD is on my side; I will not fear. (Psalms 118:6)”.
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