F = False
E = Evidence
A = Appearing
R = Real
Dictionary.com defines it as: A distressing emotion aroused by impending danger, evil, pain, etc. whether the threat is real or imagined; the feeling or condition of being afraid. Concern or anxiety.
Then there is, reverental awe, especially toward God.
There is no denying or arguing about it, everybody is afraid of something. Whatever the reason, good or bad, right or wrong, whether we are supposed to be or not, there is something that distresses you, causes you grief. It may be something as small as a spider, or as large as a dog. As loud as a clap of thunder, or as dark as the night. It could be the fear of the number 13, or certain colors or smells. Everybody, is afraid of something. It could be the fear of losing, losing your job, or not accomplishing a feat, or the fear of not reaching your expected goal that you have set in life. It could be the fear of heights, or of being enclosed in tight places. It may be the fear of being or getting sick, or even dying. Everybody, is afraid of something. It could be fear of not being successful, not being accepted, not making correct choices, not fulfilling your destiny, commitment, or relationships. But if you are truly honest with yourself, Everybody, is afraid of something whether we should be or not. If we were not, we would be a lot further along than we are right now. We give no room or credance to the enemy, we speak nothing into existence, but we will pull these thoughts down once and for all. We want to know, that you know, who you are, and what the word of God says about you, and about fear in your life. These we WILL comment on if you need us to. And we will stand in agreement with heaven for complete irradication of fear out of your life.
Prov. 6:30 talks about the thief, and it says, “but if he be found, he shall restore
sevenfold. He shall give (or give back) all the substance of his house.
He’s been found out! We will conquer fear once and for all!
So, here is the question,
What are you afraid of? How has it/or how does it hinder you faith walk?
How have you/or how can you change that? And, is there such a thing as a healthy fear?
Now, tell me what you think.