For we walk by faith, not by sight. —2 Corinthians 5:7
Your life is different than mine. It’s different than anyone else in your workplace, your family, or your church, but faith is faith and fear is fear. So, I want to ask you the questions that have often been asked of me:
- Is there an area of life where you’re doubting God rather than moving forward in faith as He has directed?
- Are you living with fear or are you full of faith?
- Has your resistance against your circumstances actually been rebellion against God?
The pathway into the Promised Land is by way of faith. If you want to enjoy the abundance and the freedom, fullness, and fruitfulness God has for you, then you need to run into the face of fear. You need to acknowledge that fear is ultimately rebellion against God and pick up the weapons of faith—the Word of God and the promises of God—and say, “Lord, by Your grace, I will move into this. I don’t see how we’re going to accomplish this, but when reason and revelation collide, I’ll go with revelation.”
Make it Personal
Pray that any fear you’re experiencing would be dissolved and that you would walk courageously and boldly to where God has called you.