It’s a Trap! His Mercy Your Gratitude!

“Avoid The Trap of Fear”

Fearing people is a dangerous trap, but trusting the LORD means safety

– Proverbs 29:25, NIV

Fear is one of the enemy’s favourite tools to keep us from moving forward.

The moment you make a decision to step out in faith, the enemy will immediately bring fear to stop you.

He’ll put thoughts in your mind such as,

“What if I fail?

What will others think?

Maybe I don’t have what it takes.”

He’ll do his best to use fear to try to convince you to shrink back and just stay right where you are.

The Scripture tells us that fear is a spirit. It affects your emotions.
But when you choose to put your trust in the Lord, no matter how you are feeling, you are combating fear.

Today, don’t allow fear to trap you and hold you back. Instead, take a step of faith knowing that

God is on your side. He is for you and with you, leading and guiding you in the path of victory all the days of your life.

Gratitude:

For I, the Lord your God, will hold your right hand, Saying to you, ‘Fear not, I will help you.’

-Isaiah 41:13

Look for someone to give a present/gift/food to; it should be someone who cannot pay you back so that the LORD will be the one to bless you abundantly.

& keep it secret if possible, let God be your only witness 😊

If you are the one receiving a gift/present from someone, don’t look at how nice or expensive the gift is before you say “thank you”; just say “thank you” without any reservation. Some don’t and yet are thankful to God for “eternal life”, which is more essential than any gift on earth.

Have compassion on disable, prostitutes & eunuch! pray for them.

Be thankful everyday,

Look at yourself aint you blessed happy & healthy.

Don’t look too far to give a gift: look within yourself/your house and you will find one.Be the first to give out.

Pray:
“Father, I choose to put my trust in You. I press forward in faith so I can overcome fear. I believe You have my best interest at heart and know that You are leading me in the paths of righteousness all the days of my life in Jesus’ name. Amen.”

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