Be NOT Afraid
Updated: Mar 14, 2018
December 11, 2017
Worry in the Anglo-Saxon sense means to strangle or to choke. How fitting. We are called to not worry, for tomorrow will take care of itself (Matthew 6:25-34). "Be not afraid" or "fear not" is written in the Scriptures 365 times, one for each day of the year. Fear not, I am with you; be not dismayed; I am your God, I will strengthen you and help you (Isaiah 41:10).
"If I were to count your precious designs (graces/blessings), they would outnumber the sand on all of the beaches and would take eternity to count" -Psalm 139:17-18
He awaits us with all of these blessings--how awe-inspiring is that? They outnumber all the sand in the world. We just have to be open and obedient to discipleship. He is always with us to strengthen and help us along our own path. Be not afraid, I go before you always. "There's no place that I'll go that you've not already stood" Lauren Daigle sings.