“The LORD is my light and my salvation; whom shall I fear? the LORD is the strength of my life; of whom shall I be afraid?” – Psalms 27:1 (KJV)
The Psalmist spoke the words in the opening scripture when fear wanted to have its way in him. Apparently, his enemies wanted to put fear in him so that they could defeat him, but he refused to fear and put his confidence in the LORD.
Dear beloved, refuse to fear by speaking words of faith from the Holy Scriptures just as the Psalmist did. Fear comes by hearing or watching the wrong things, but faith comes by hearing the Word of God (Romans 10:17).
Therefore, if you hear anything that tries to create fear in you, it is the wrong message; replace it by hearing the Word of God to create faith in you.
Do not stop speaking faith; in fact, speak words of faith every day—speak them into your life, family, business, and career and see your faith work for you. When David voiced his faith, God honored his words, and Goliath was defeated just as David said (1 Samuel 17:45–50).
Beloved, the Word of God always works, so keep speaking it boldly in faith and you will win. Hallelujah! You are an overcomer!
Prayer Point: My faithful Father, thank You for inspiring me today by Your Word. Henceforth, I cease from hearing or watching fear-inducing messages or things, and I focus on hearing your Word, thereby creating faith in me.
I will keep speaking words of faith every day to see my life, family, business, etc. flourish in Jesus’ name. Amen!