The Key to Conquering Your Fear (Morning)

TODAY’S RHEMA

Psalm 56:4 In God (I will praise His word), In God I have put my trust; I will not fear. What can flesh do to me?

It’s been more than a year since the Covid-19 pandemic spread across the globe. Each country tried its best to contain its spread with no significant success. Recently, every government gives vaccines to its citizens. Started by the head of state, bureaucrats, ministers, medical workers, civil servants, and many more.

But some cannot see and appreciate what government does for them. Those who afraid of the vaccine’s side effects or another adverse outcome. Hoaxes don’t help either with black campaigns. These things also put a great toll on their physical well-being as well: hypertension, dizziness, drowsiness, easily exhaustion, or else.

Simple things such as those could endanger our lives. Therefore it’s also appropriate if you could hold those negative feedback and better, conquer it. It’s never an easy task, even David struggled with it. But even though he was in the middle of the darkest valley, he feared nothing, because he knew, God is his shepherd. Everything will be alright. Perhaps right now, you have troubles regarding your financial situation, your uncertain future, turbulent relationship. Have faith. He will make things better and beautiful at their appropriate time. Maintain your relationship with God and catch our church’s daily rhema. When the time is right He will open another door that leads to eternal peace Covenant with Him.

REFLECTION

FAITH is all you need to CONQUER YOUR FEAR.

APPLICATIONS

1. What terrifies you the most recently?
2. How can faith alone conquer your fears?
3. What are you going to do to possess faith strong enough to conquer your fears?

TODAY’S PRAYER

“Father, we are grateful for Your everlasting guidance in our lives. We believe you are always with us at all times. Strengthen our faith even more amid the difficult situation. In the name of Jesus Christ, we pray. Amen.”

YEARLY BIBLE READING

Psalms 113-115
1 Corinthians 6