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Fear-full or Faith-full?

April 21, 2009 by  
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“Our deepest fear is not that we are inadequate. Our deepest fear is that we are powerful beyond measure. It is our light, not our darkness that most frightens us. We ask ourselves, Who am I to be brilliant, gorgeous, talented, fabulous? Actually, who are you not to be?” Marianne Williamson

Fear is the opposite of faith. Many people are overcome by fear when they focus more on their circumstances and the dictates of society. Look at fear this way: False, Evidence, Appearing, Real. Many of the fears that we are concerned with may never manifest in our lives.

You may be familiar with the scripture found in II Timothy 1:7
God has not given us a spirit of fear, but He’s given us a spirit of
power, love and a sound mind.

Our focus should be on what?

The spirit of power, or of courage and resolution to encounter difficulties and dangers;-the spirit of love to God, which will carry us through the opposition we may meet with, as Jacob made nothing of the hard service he was to endure for Rachel: the spirit of love to God will set us above the fear of man, and all the hurt that a man can do us;-and the spirit of a sound mind, or quietness of mind, a peaceable enjoyment of ourselves, for we are oftentimes discouraged in our way and work by the creatures o our own fancy and imagination, which a sober, solid, thinking mind would obviate, and would easily answer.[1]

If you’re not living by faith then you are living in fear. Become unstoppable
by becoming faith-full.

There are many ways to develop a lifestyle of faith and fearless living that
I provide via my products and services including my leader’s network.

For more on fear join us for our call “Keys to fearless living”
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Empowering you,


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4 Responses to “Fear-full or Faith-full?”
  1. Mari says:

    Lots of notes from the call. Hadn’t thought about the fear of being successful and powerful but Yes! that is a real fear. I htink we need to purge the phrase “But what if…” form our vocabulary because it is often followed by something doubtful or fear-filled.

  2. "Empowering" Robin says:

    Thanks Mari. I’m enjoying your comments. Robin

  3. Lovee says:

    I think for many years, fear had kept me from achieving my dream.
    However, once I learned who I am in Christ…I have made a decision to step out on the Word of God.

    I’ve removed “I can’t” now I know to remove “But what if” from my vocabulary.


  4. Melanie Joy Vertalino says:

    I think that faith is the answer to everything. Even in the law of attraction, it is the “release” part of the equation that sets a goal in action. I think that faith and “knowing” are close to the same thing. And I also think that doubt, fear and worry are pretty much the same too. To have faith is to know and to not worry or be afraid.

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