Fearlessness

According to psychologists we’re only born with two fears: the fear of falling and the fear of loud noises. That means that every other fear is learned. Which means that every other fear can be unlearned. Here’s a definition of faith: the process of unlearning ungodly fears.

The enemy is a fear monger. He wants to scare the heaven out of you. But I John 4:18 says: “Perfect love casts out all fear.” In other words, as we grow in a love relationship with God we unlearn our fears until the only fear we have is the only healthy and holy fear: the fear of God. And when you fear God you don’t have to fear anything else! Perfect love results in fearlessness.

I think there are moments in life when we have to make major decisions that will determine our destiny. And we will spend the rest of our lives managing those major decisions. And if you let fear dictate your decision you’ll end up with a ton of inaction regrets at the end of your life. Fear is a great friend, but it makes a terrible master! Don’t let fear dictate your decisions. You have to face your fears. And what you’ll find is this: the thing that scares you to death is very often the thing that brings you to life.

Here’s another lesson learned: few things are as liberating as what you fear actually happening. You realize that God is still there and life goes on.

Taken from Evotional.com

http://evotional.com/2009/10/fearlessness.html?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=feed&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+evotional+%28Evotional%29

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