“Be strong and of a good courage, fear not, nor be afraid of them: for the LORD thy God, he it is that doth go with thee; he will not fail thee, nor forsake thee.” – Deuteronomy 31:6 (KJV)
Today marks the end of another month in this year in the mist of corona pandemic. The children of God have been given the Holy Scriptures to prosper therein. If you are still afraid for some reason or another, be encouraged by the opening scripture to overcome that fear. Knowing how to overcome fear is the beginning of having dominance over every form of fear. The key to overcoming fear is to be strong and courageous in God’s Word. Also, have faith in God and what He has said about you; He said He is with you; He will not fail you nor forsake you.
Beloved, do you believe it? Of course, you should believe it and act on it. Believing in what God has said and acting upon it will drive fear away and give you the victory that you deserve as a child of God. Remember that all things are possible to him who believes (Mark 9:23). If you believe in His Word, then command that fear and say, “I will not be afraid of you because Jesus Christ is with me. I command fear to leave right now and never come back again.” As you command it, if you can speak in tongues go ahead and speak it, and the fear will vanish; you will become as bold as the lion.
Beloved, never allow fear to rob you of the good things God has in store for you. Always believe that the presence of God is with you despite the challenges that confront you daily; ask for His grace daily to win the battles that the enemy throws at you. He said we should come boldly before His throne for grace, so let us take advantage of this opportunity to receive grace for every need (Hebrews 4:16). Praise the Lord! God bless you!
Prayer Point: My faithful Father, thank You for giving me Your Word to overcome fear. Henceforth, I will never allow fear to intimidate me and rob me of the good things You have for me. I live my life daily as boldly as our Lord Jesus Christ, giving glory to Your name and living victoriously in every good work. Amen!