Fear will hold you hostage.

 

Nhave-faith-not-fear-crossWP4.6.19ever let your fear dictate your future.
During a choice of fear or faith, most of us will let fear win. Your fear will ALWAYS talk you out of taking that first step of faith.
Fear can trick you into thinking it means safety and security therefore never allowing good change.
When fear dictates you, it tells you “No, you can’t.” but when faith directs you, it tells you “ALL things are possible with God.”
Fear will hold you anchored never allowing you to move forward into your divine destiny.
Faith will propel you into the destiny God set aside for you before the beginning of time.
Fear will hold you captive it a mundane, no frills, and ordinary life.
Faith will propel you into the extraordinary, exciting, beyond fulfilling, and HUMUNGOUS life God has waiting for you.
You only have one life on this earth. Choose the one that will propel you into utter happiness, joy, peace, and knowledge that you lived your very best life in the time you had on this earth.
Stepping out into faith means you lived the life that God intended for you to live.
With just one life to live, I want to make sure I lived up to my full purpose/potential.

He will answer our prayers.

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We pray for specific things asking God to bring it to pass.
We have an idea of just how we expect God to answer our prayers.
We put God in our box, we contain Him, and we place limits on Him.
We tell Him exactly how to do things because that is how it will perfectly fit into our lives.
But one thing we have to remember. God is not a man! God does not work on our timeline or schedule.
God does not work inside our perfect box. God does bigger, grander, and humongous things.
God will not answer your prayer the way you are expecting Him to.
God will bust your box wide open. He will destroy any preconceived idea of how He does things.
However, He does answer your prayers; it will make you stand back in awe of Him. His answered prayers will blow your mind.
Have you ever heard of the phrase “be careful what you pray for”?
God will answer your prayer, but when He does He will push you out of your comfort zone. He will bring a test to prepare you for the exact thing you prayed for.
Be prepared to be moved into a place of discomfort as God tests, builds, refines, prunes, and brings pressure to your life.
He does all of these things out of His love for us. He cannot bring answered prayers without preparing us.
Doing so would destroy us. We cannot receive our answered prayers without first being prepared.

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