Thursday, January 14, 2016

WASHING AWAY FEARS 2

 
Proverbs 10:24
What the wicked fears will come on him; what the righteous desire will be granted. [NET]
 

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Terna was afraid he might lose his job. He was a marketer and was consistently failing to meet his targets. A routine appraisal had just been concluded and he had performed very poorly. “If I lose this job now, I don’t know what I’m going to do” he thought. He sought the Lord in prayer and fasting concerning this fear and other fears that were lurking in his heart. The Holy Spirit comforted him and his fears started to fade away.

A month later, Terna was transferred to another department. His work there was said to be outstanding; he was so good that the managing director got to know him personally. He later got a big promotion.

Terna’s desires came to pass instead of his fears because he sought the Lord concerning them.

In life, there are fears and cares that we face. The Lord wants us to cast all of them upon Him because He cares for us (see 1 Pet 5:7). One way you will know that you have successfully transferred your cares and fears to the Lord is that those fears and anxiety in your heart will begin to fade away.

God’s word for you today is that your desires will be granted, not your fears.

Go into today knowing that your desires will be granted because Christ Jesus has made you righteous by His blood, and His grace empowers you to walk righteously.

Prayer: Thank the Lord for the opportunity to seek Him.
Ask the Lord to wash away every fear from your heart and increase your faith.
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-Pas SD Abraham

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