Wednesday, May 12, 2010

A Psalm In My Heart

Farewell to Fear

The people of God became fearful where there was no fear: they were filled with consternation because they felt the threat of being overthrown by the wicked. It was a cycle of decreasing faith and increasing fears. Hence, the Great Protector reminded them that He had scattered the bones of an adversary and had put the enemy to shame.  He refreshed their memory to abate their misgivings.
The passage addresses a common woe of man: fear, which often exists for no cause other than fear.  Man's major fear is fear. 
A wild, fearful imagination sees a storm in every cloud, a falling limb on every tree, a snake behind every log, and a death in every illness. The scared person sees more dangers than the world could possible hold.
O anxious people! O blind hearts! In what uncalled for fear we spend these few fleeting years! Where is our faith? If we are living in the promises of God, we have nothing to fear:
So with renewed faith we say, Farewell to fear.


  1. Great post! Thank you for your prayers,

    PS: Sitka has an award for you at All Gods Creatures.

  2. Once again I am uplifted and encouraged by your post. I thank you for the email you sent me. It absolutely made my day. God bless you my friend.

  3. I love it! Thank you for this beautiful message. It's a timeless one, one that people need to hear until the Lord returns.

  4. I have bouts of fear at times that leave me immobile. But on most occasions it was just fales evidence appearing real. I appreciate your visits to my blog. Blessings to you.

  5. So true that if we are living in the promises of God we have nothing to fear.


Thank You Sitka