'Fear' Tagged Posts
Moses had some doubts that God could feed the children of Israel. God was telling Moses that He was all-powerful and could do whatever He desired to do. No matter what problem I face, it is a sin for me to worry or fear because God is far greater than any problem.
In this verse the spirit of bondage is contrasted with the Spirit of adoption. The spirit of bondage describes the lost person that lives in fear of death and/or fear of judgment from God. Therefore, their relationship to God is one of fear that produces torment (1 John 4:18). However, the Christian has the Spirit of adoption that affirms God is our loving heavenly Father and we are His child. Therefore, we are able to live for God based upon love and not fear. What a blessing!
In the midst of turbulent times when the winds of adversity try to blow you off course
I need to humble myself before God because every thing I have comes from God.
Oh how we can needlessly suffer.
What are you trusting in?
God is your everlasting Father. He knows you better than anyone else and will always be available to help you with all your needs.
There is news however, that is neither fake nor bad. It’s the”good tidings” or good news of Jesus’ birth.
If God sent His only Son to die on the cross for all of my sins, then I need to trust Him that He will provide all my needs.
I remember as a young child, I was upstairs playing in my room when I thought that I saw something under the bed and boy oh boy did I run down the stairs and