How Spirit of Fear Affects Your Life (Morning)

TODAY’S RHEMA

Proverbs 12:25 Anxiety in the heart of man causes depression, But a good word makes it glad.

Could you guess what makes Moses, the man who sees God’s back and survive, flee to the desert for forty years? He was destined to be the next great prophet, what made him flee? Because he was terrified of his action back in Egypt. He killed a man and he was terrified if he was caught. Even after his early departure to the desert fear still took better control of him. He became paranoid, and he lost his peace.

Through this narrative, we may learn a thing or two, regarding how the spirit of fear could negatively affect our lives. Not only it could snatch away our peace and make our lives a living hell, but it could also obstruct our progress. Furthermore, it could make His miracles in our lives futile. Not convinced? Because of fear, how many Christians are afraid to serve, or starting their field of service?

Fear could squeeze our hopes recently. That’s why we must mend our relationship with God, to strengthen our faith. Without His help, the spirit of fear could conquer us and control our thoughts. It could hinder our lives’ progress and extinguish our hope. Face it with His covenant of Peace in our hearts. Catch our church’s rhema, frequently attend Ps. Obaja weekly sermons, listen to them intently. Join our David’s Tent praise and worship. Don’t let the spirit of fear conquer our hearts, instead, let His authority fills ours.

REFLECTION

Fear does not only ELIMINATE our peace but also our POTENTIAL.

APPLICATIONS

1. What makes the spirit of fear could influence your life the easiest?
2. How could you conquer the spirit of fear?
3. What will you do to prevent the spirit of fear from controlling your life?

TODAY’S PRAYER

“Jesus, we are grateful for Your everlasting love in our lives. We believe You will send upon us the spirit of bravery, to make us prevail from the spirit of fear. We want to commit ourselves more for Your divine cause. In the name of Jesus Christ, we pray. Amen.”

YEARLY BIBLE READING

Psalms 119:1-88
1 Corinthians 7:20-40