The Love Of Jesus Takes Your Breath

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The love of Jesus takes your breath. I have to admit I have learned a lot this month, so much I never knew, and some things I had taken for granted. This month brought some unexpected blessings and was under attack as well. I won’t go into details. His love is breathtaking and life giving, He holds our very lives in His nail scarred palms.

Through everything in my Jesus has been the breath of it, He is in beat of hearth, the breath of my prayers. He is my and my song, and even in my tears. He has breathed on me and over my life and circumstances and I the Spirit is greater in me than anything that is thrown at me.

He spoke sweetly to me this month, and I heard the Spirit clearly, He is in the midst of it all, the cloud or pillar by day and the fire by night, His loves surrounds me, envelopes my breath into His , in words and prayers and praise, and in the Spirit the words I cannot express, be they joy or sorrow, He is my breath.

His love takes my breath. I feel if people really knew His love, the depth of it, surely, they could not deny Him or every betray that love. And yet, people do every day. They are caught in the winds of change, of upheaval, despair, and so much more. It is hard to breathe in these winds, but the wind is stronger, when it is the wind of His Spirit, even the gentles of breezes, is more powerful that the worst or most wicked one and His fiery breath that loved so much as to send His  Son, is hot over the enemy, He is destroying the evil meant for harm.

He takes my breath with His great love, He draws us from the wicked one’s grasp and saves us from so much, He touch my life long ago and I hope I have touched lives because He has blessed me so.  He touched my life recently in a way I did not expect but He holds the breath of all in the hollow of His hand.

And when He gives and takes breath in His perfect love, it is forever, and nothing will ever separate us from that love. Nothing! Whatever your facing, He see a future that you may not, expect good things, and if something goes wrong, His love still takes your  breath, and He is the Spirit of Truth and Comforts us all, No one has greater love.

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In Him…..We Breathe

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In Him we live  and move and have our being. Acts 17:28

Everything we do is because of God as believers, He breathed life into every soul, but cherishes His creation, those who believe, giving us the ability to be strong, resilient and overcome with Jesus. No matter what we do for our health, He is in control. It is not how much water we drink or vitamins we take, it is His breath in us and ours in Him as we speak His Word. I used to have people driving me crazy with diets, this book or that one, I would try to drink the water, but I like Coke Zero, and could not live on salad, pay double for everything organic. I was  hearing it all.

A fellow blogger wrote about the Spirit halting her as she tried to jog more, she already had a good body, but was worried about a few pounds. She heard Him say He was in charge of her health. We are always concerned about the outside, which is fine as long at is not consuming us, but God looks at hearts.

We may have a heart condition that is not a literal heart condition, but requires His attention, it is still serious and can ruin or take your life. The skilled surgeon with a scalpel that breathed life to all souls has a way of cutting into hearts and souls and taking out, the hurt, the wounds, the pain, whether it is a physical ailment or one pertaining to unforgiveness or something else, He knows.

He gives us freedom, movement, and His Spirit is in our spirit, He created our very being. He can breathe life and a fresh fire or breath of grace on us as He sees fit. Sometimes, we just have to rest. He is life and more abundantly, John 10:10, and  His words health to our flesh. The Spirit not only moves our spirits but our bodies, He can quicken us or give us the sleep we need, how much are we depending on Him and listening though?

Whatever you like, walking, jogging, hiking, thank Him, and for you legs, back, spine, knees, especially, if you are young. Trust Him to take care of you and your health, even as a young person and don’t over do and think you are indestructible. You have no idea what knee and hip replacements are like, I am so grateful to have avoided it.

I had a terrible fall on a broken side walk in Atlanta, my knee looked terrible, I had already been prayed for about scoliosis, and once had a broken arm healed instantly, and a broken ankle healed in two weeks rather than six, to the amazement of the doctor. I have always believed in the miraculous and I know His love is miraculous. while never tell people to stop medicines or not see the doctors, I believe in keeping our faith healthy too, in Him. You might want to do a study of all we are in Him, but today we are focusing on that  He breathes on us and we breath in Him.

He had breathed life into all and never intended fear or death to exist in the world, He sees every sparrow that falls and the death of His saints is precious to Him, one day He will restore us all, a new heaven and earth, it is time to know Jesus if you don’t already.

Here are a few verses and my Pinterest board, keep breathing in the Spirit.

And the LORD God formed man of the dust of the ground, and breathed into his nostrils the breath of life; and man became a living soul. Genesis 2:7

By the word of the LORD the heavens were made, and all the stars by the breath of His mouth. Psalm 33:6

Let every thing that hath breath praise the LORD. Praise ye the LORD. Psalm 150:6

The life of every living thing is in His hand, as well as the breath of all mankind. Job 12:10

The Spirit of God has made me, and the breath of the Almighty gives me life. Job 33:4

If God took back the breath that He breathed into us, we humans would die and return to the soil. Job 34:14

…but the God in whose hand is your breath, and whose are all your ways, you have not honored. Daniel 5:23, the handwriting on the wall, Daniel’s interpretation and then the king dies.

The secret power of lawlessness is already at work; but the one who now holds it back will continue to do so till He is taken out of the way. And then the lawless one will be revealed, whom the Lord Jesus will overthrow with the breath of His mouth and destroy by the splendor of His coming.” 2 Thessalonians 2:7-8

His breath gives us life and destroys the enemy’s work, once and for all in the near future.

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Is Being A Christian A Breeze?

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Is being a Christian a breeze? It should be, with the gentle and peaceful presence of His Spirit, and the peace and rest that is His gift to us, but we have to receive them. In reality, being a Christian is not always a breeze, we are not greater than Jesus and He was hated, there will be people like that who have no other reason to dislike you or worse. But you can choose to still be a good example or avoid them if necessary.

I have found myself doing that a lot more lately, I like being in that safe, secret place of the Most High God, resting and enjoy His peace. I know people might think that was wrong, but if I keep giving out all my peace and patience, wasting words on people who are not listening, then I am drained, and not doing anyone any good, or myself.

God really doesn’t need me to get people saved, healed or delivered. I am just amazed that He would let me do what I have done, and still there are better days as His return approaches. So we can relax, walk with Him in a holy imagination by the sea of Galilee, following His footsteps, arm in arm, or even as He carries us through so many sorrows and pains, He will even help us walk on water with Him if we keep our focus there, our eyes fixed on Him, as He is our beloved High Priest, the author and finisher of our faith, perfecter as one translation says.

He will reach for us if we fall like Peter did when He step out on faith, he started to look and the wind, and not the gentle breeze, a stormy, perhaps, even demonic wind, as when Jesus rebuked the storm. The devil wanted to sift him and Jesus even warned him, he did not always listen and neither do we, but we must, if we ever expect to overcome, to be restored by the Lord and have being a Christian be more of a breeze.

There is too much arguing among believers and doctrinal differences and who is greater has no place, like in the disciples day. We are supposed to be above the waves, the seas and storms. Sometimes, He calms them and sometimes it is us He reaches for.

Swirling seas of pain and sorrow, sickness, heartache can all become still waters. So when life appears to spiraling out of control, we know who is in control, especially, the more control we give Him, because we are not greater, but He is, He is the greater one in the believer. 1 John 4:4 He can silence the accuser, still the cyclones and tsunamis,

Life does not have to be a whirlwind for a believer, I have been through those days and now I leave life in His hands, and He hold my very heart that I gave Him so long ago. Is being a Christian a breeze? The answer is no, because there are still unbelieving people coming against you, divisive family ties, and consequences of choices we made, even spiritual attack, and still the gentle breeze blows of me and I am confident He is my peace and I am complete in Him, walking by the still waters, as I call on His name, His power stops the worst of the worst for me, and life is a lot more of a breeze.



Breathe On Me

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With all the mints and mouthwashes, we are careful about caring for our breath but what about the literal breath from God and the spiritual applications? Do we brush up on verses and wash our souls with the water of His Word?

We all need God to breathe on us at times, when we are ill, discouraged, and even just a fresh anointing when ours has run low as we sometimes are wearied in well doing. Jesus is not ever out of breath, though He was as a man and certainly was on the cross, He bore so much for us to be able to breathe His very Spirit.

In Daniel 10, he has been on a fast and has a fabulous encounter with Jesus. In verse 17, he says,     ” How can my Lord’s servant talk with my Lord? For now no strength remains in me, and no breath is left in me.” But Jesus explains that his prayers were heard from day one, and He had been against the kings of Persia, and Michael, the archangel came to help.

A lot of people still either do not believe there is so much spiritual warfare going on, or understand how it works, people who have some the experiences are mocked and ridiculed much like Joseph and his brothers, sometimes, it is best to keep quiet, and be led.

Only Daniel saw the vision, and the others ran. Like Saul on the road to Damascus, only he heard Jesus. Nevertheless, Jesus can speak to you and give you dreams and visions. I understand now why a lot of my own experiences have left me a little weak and breathless. I can pray in the Spirit, sometimes, it is deep and I do need to be strengthened.

While Jesus was on earth as a man, though still God, even He needed the Spirit and also to be ministered to by angels. So we surely need the Spirit and angels to help us. In this case, Jesus has been dealing with earthly kings and Michael is the archangel over Jerusalem. This chapter deals with prophecy.

Many people do not understand or accept prophetic ministry. Yet, it is very real. Jesus gave clear instructions on earth and even speaks from heaven. He can Himself, but mostly to believers by the Word of God and the Holy Spirit, an unction, intuition and a knowing, even warnings, through dreams or visions.

Jesus explains everything He wants to tell Daniel and he is strengthened again and is able to talk. No doubt, Jesus breathed on him, and even angels may have ministered to him. So when you pray, expect God to move, there may be a better time, because of spiritual warfare, but don’t worry about weakness, because He is strong, and when I find myself like that I remember to ask Him for strength, though sometimes I am offered rest. And then again, I can just ask Him to breathe on me.


God Breathes Masterpieces

It’s spring but there has been a breath of summer here. The warm air colliding with the cold and and afternoon storm, the roses and azaleas still bloom, the resilient kind that can take our heat. I have lost so many flowers to it, and lilies to ants one year, believe it or not,  some of pansies made it, but they don’t last long.

I have not been able to plant flowers or have the kind of garden, I envisioned, at least not yet. I do have bench and I sometimes see the hummingbirds that come in May, the butterflies are back, I the robins are back, a pair of parents are building a nest, a cardinal pops his read head up the front lawn, I once watched the babies hatch and fly away at eight days old, little brown fluffs not even red yet, or perhaps, they were all girls. And there are always sparrows.

What a wonderful God we serve, who could call into being such amazing things as a blue sky, green grass, flowers, lakes and streams. He created Eden as a copy of the garden in heaven, I believe it was the flood that divided the continents, and wouldn’t it be nice if He pushed them all back together in the future, the new heaven and earth, and His peace reigning with Jesus.

God breathes life into souls, gives them dreams He dreams from His heart as they and serve Him. He breathes peace, love  is joy in His presence there is fullness of joy, forever. He breathes inspiration and art, the words we write as believers, seeking Him with whole hearts.

He paints masterpieces, and they are His children, wet with a baptism of mist, sprinkled with desires to know Him, He breathes on them firing them dry like a kiln, breathing on them His peace, His rest, He gives them His full attention. They are always present in His heart and His mind, He see them cold, tired, hungry or frightened and breathes love to them. He sees then healthy, happy and joyful and breathes His holy laughter on them. He holds the eternal breath of those who believe.

He sees them weak and breathes strength to them, for Jesus has told Him to love us just as He was, and when we are weak He is strong. He sees the sick and ill and breathes healing to them, His Son took it on the cross. He sees every need, every shed tear, He puts in bottle, and how wonderful if He breathes on them as well.

He is Spirit, He is truth, He is life and love everlasting, His name too sacred to speak in ancient times, is now in the mouths of His children, Yahweh. He is God the Father, Jesus, God the Son and the God, the Holy Spirit, moving in and among us in power and peace, He breathes in us and with us and for us if necessary, I have seen and felt Him do it.

God breathes masterpieces of all sorts, shapes and colors, like His creatures and creation. All who have believed in the sacrifice of His Son, and makes Him Lord, He breathes His Spirit on, and He will give you more and more of His love and Spirit as, like the rose, you grow past and stem from the thorns of life.

Ask Him to breath to breath salvation, if you don’t know Him as Lord, healing you are not well, to breath as speak His love and peace to you, He will breathe a fresh grace to you if that is what He see you need or a fresh fire on you, personal anointing or ministry. Let God paint you, and breathe upon you His masterpiece today.

Let every thing that hath breath praise the LORD. Praise ye the LORD Psalm 150:6

All Scripture is God-breathed and is useful for teaching, rebuking, correcting and training in righteousness,  so that the servant of God may be thoroughly equipped for every good work. 2 Timothy 3:16,17

For we are God’s masterpiece. He has created us anew in Christ Jesus, so we can do the good things He planned for us long ago. Ephesians 2:10

and what follow a few verses later, He, Himself is our peace. In 2:14. Yes, God breathes masterpieces.

Under His Breath And Mine

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I had the thought this morning after praying, to just whisper Jesus, to breathe His name. His name is above all of them, and He is only a breath away, and that name is holy, sacred and precious. We tend to take it for granted as we hurry through a rehearsed prayer, I know I have, even if it was one of thanks, as life was spinning out of control around me, but He was still in control and I let Him have control.

Many people are taking His name in vain, swearing and the infernal OMG. I have corrected that or tried to, in people. Did you know the word for God was Yahweh, and pronounced with a breathy sound? It was so sacred it was never said, and scribes who wrote it had to be be clean, bathed, if they made mistakes, the whole page would be written again.

I know a lot of things are ritual and have become so, tradition can make God’s Word of no effect, Jesus said so and yet we have allowed ourselves to become disconnected from the one who fulfilled all the laws and prophets and while we are under grace, and I, myself, have taken Communion on the go, not in my chalice, proclaiming His death until He comes, and while I may not read the actual Bible that has small print, I do read His words, and have let the Spirit sow them and it is He with my consent that keeps me good ground, so the enemy doesn’t have a chance to pluck it from my heart, I still do so with the reverence and solemnity of being at the altar, I respect His name and sacrifice and am so blessed that it is mine to use and adore.

He breathed life into me as a baby in 1961, my aunt said I was blue. And not only me but my mother, so very sick. He breathed on us, He touched us, and He has never stopped and never will. He breathed life into us and back into us, a believers, women of faith and grace. He breathed inspiration and rest, He breathed His peace into dark places, and He breathes the freedom of His Spirit. We are under His breath, and His name is under my breath.

I can whisper and breathe it anytime, day or night and so can you, I don’t ever want to take it in vain with just a hurried prayer, I want to breathe it in, soak in His love and presence and be forever embraced in His love, I think I am so in love with Jesus, that He breathes mine name and I breath His.

His words and love, peace and rest, are healing, His gentle Spirit is there to guide. Love is under His breath and mine.

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Fragrant Winds

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While we are studying the word breath this month and the Hebrew word ruach, meaning, breath, wind and spirit, we are learning how it applies to life and our very breath and even the Holy Spirit, Himself.

Let’s look at how Jesus describes the Spirit.

The wind blows where it wishes, and you hear its sound, but you do not know where it comes from or where it goes. So it is with everyone who is born of the Spirit. John 3:8

The Spirit can come and go and be everywhere at once, and He can move us. As a believer we may often come and go and people might not always notice us or what we do, but other times they will see His power, and we should be able to be blessed and come and go as we please knowing we are protected, for the Spirit did warn disciples when not to go.

Jesus goes on to explain that He must leave so the Spirit can come, that He is the Teacher, Spirit of Truth and Comforter, that He will show us things to come. And Jesus said He speaks not of Himself but what the He hears either Jesus or the Father say. Paul teaches us that He  give gifts as He decides, that He searches the heart of God and that He prays for us.

Hearing Him is what we have to learn to discern, the fragrant winds of the Spirit, that are both powerful and peaceful, we can literally smell the petrichor, the fragrance after the rains, and He is the latter rain. Perhaps, even the roses, as the Rose of Sharon is near, we are to be the aroma of Christ to a world in peril.

The fragrance of your perfume is pleasing; your name is like perfume poured out. No wonder the maidens adore you. Song of Solomon 1:3 ( in reference to Christ )

Our lives are a Christ-like fragrance rising up to God. But this fragrance is perceived differently by those who are being saved and by those who are perishing. 2 Corinthians 2:15

…..walk in love, just as Christ loved us and gave Himself up for us as a fragrant sacrificial offering to God. Ephesians 5:2

They are a fragrant offering, an acceptable sacrifice, well-pleasing to God. Phillipians 4:18

God views our prayers as an offering through the sacrifice of Christ, He doesn’t need sacrifices and offerings any longer, our lives are to lived for Him, that is the sacrifice that is reasonable since He died for us, and that fragrant wind can blow wherever He wishes, answering prayers, that He even helps us pray. Romans 8: 26, do you know about the power, peace and presence of the Holy Spirit, just ask Jesus and believe in His love. His fragrant wind is waiting.


A Rushing Mighty Wind

Traditionally, Pentecost is celebrated fifty days after Passover, when Jesus was crucified, before He ascended, He told them to abide and wait for the Spirit. Now, the disciples had been in hiding for fear of the Jews and Thomas , known for his doubts had not seen Jesus when the others had, but saw His wounds, they all were in the Upper Room.

They had celebrated here with Jesus, and now found themselves wondering what was next. Though the Bible is not clear, I do believe it was possible that Mary, even the other Marys and faithful followers of Jesus were there. There may have been servants to prepare meals.

Acts chapter two details when the Holy Spirit came, He was and still is at times, a mighty rushing wind, I am sure they heard His arrival, a whoosh sound, like leaves rustling in the wind, and He filled their mouths and every one began to hear their own language.

Psalm 81:10 says to open your mouth and I will fill it with good things. And He did and souls were saved. Now, the Jews were still observing food laws, Paul had not yet preached grace. The Spirit was called tongues of fire, they would have seen the glorious fire of God, and perhaps the Hebrew letter sheen which is shaped like a cloven hoof and has what looks like little matchsticks on top.

It was early in the day, and people thought they had been drinking, but then they understood and were saved. God had removed or rather confounded, confused language when Nimrod corrupted astronomy, and began to build the Tower of Babel.

I suppose he was another one of those kings who was an anti-christ types. Could he have built a tower to heaven. God wasn’t going to give him a chance. There is power in agreement, especially one mind and one accord, Jesus even said where two or three are gathered He is there. And He is also the Holy Spirit, He is very much a person, not an it.

He is a peaceful, pleasant and powerful, protective presence. He prays for us, Romans 8:26, and when we don’t know how or what to say. He is the Comforter, The Spirit of Truth, Advocate, Intercessor, the Spirit of Grace not to be grieved or trampled, insulted. He gives gifts as sees fit.

We have a measure of the Spirit, the gentle wind at salvation, though a powerful conversion could be the mighty rushing wind. He deals with us individually, teaches in ways we alone might understand. Even if you do not operate in spiritual gifts or have the gift of tongues, as a believer, you have a measure of the Spirit, and can ask for wisdom of gifts, but I recommend prayer and study, and to keep using them we never ant to let our guard down and the enemy in.

For some reason, I was thinking about dust in the wind, a song, yes , but how man was formed, what is said at burials, He called life back to the dry bones, a metaphor for salvation, so in His Spirit, we are dust in the wind, but we do not have to be ruled by the flesh, do we, we have the gentle breeze to walk in and the might rushing one, if need be.

Pentecost is the seventh Sunday after Easter, Resurrection Sunday. It is May 23, 2021.

If we live by the Spirit, let us also keep in step with the Spirit. Galatians 5:25

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The Breath Of All

I recall being a girl and sitting on the porch with a great uncle in his seventies who had emphysema. He was a deacon of his church and loved to tell jokes, he told me he was going bald because he walked on his head to keep the devil from tracking him down, and the the beggar at the rich man’s gate was named Moreover, read the passage. He had been a smoker, and it was before we heard about COPD and all the breathing aids. It was hard to hear him wheeze and gasp.

The life of every living thing is in His hand, as well as the breath of all mankind. Job 12:10

Man is like a breath; his days are like a passing shadow. Psalm 144:4

God’s breath is in us and so is His time and eternity for believers. The Psalm is comparing our days to a breath, we are all His creation. People often believe that there is just a certain amount of time for us and they are right to an extent, but He extends life and allows it to be cut off as well, like Hezekiah, who was given fifteen years in Isaiah 38, and in Acts, Ananias and Sapphira, were lying to the Spirit, you know the story. There are many examples.

So what you do with your life is important, I have learned that decisions must be made from His love, and the place of rest and victory. If someone has had a true encounter with the Lord, you should see a change.

There all kinds of ways to be cut off, smoking or drugs are never a good idea. But there are many factors and realizing that God is in control and the life giver and breath giver, the healer, the one who loves and forgive. He gave His Son to die, and is worthy of all praise and adoration, we should have respect for Him, and consider His words that are live giving and powerful, and that He gives breath to us all.

Life can be too short not to be able to breath. Ailments for some reason or other, whether cystic fibrosis or the latest Covid outbreak. Others not as much. I get requests all the time, some people on ventilators are able to be off them, others are not, and their families make those tough decisions.

I used to think I would not want to live like that, and though I never have been on a ventilator, thank God, I had a close enough call in 2012, nothing  but prayer saved me, and I was determined to live and not die with every breath. It was my confession but I was in need of prayer and breath. I would hate to think of someone making that decision as long as I could think for myself, but what if you could not speak?

This post is not to frighten anyone, I have had to fight bronchitis, deal with my mother’s allergies, use a nebulizer, been unable to talk or sing, I was choked once, I was about to reach for the phone to call 911. And I caught my breath, He must have breathed on me. Did you know worry chokes the Word out of you? It will, so let’s be good ground rooted in love

We all take things for granted, the air we breathe, sometimes, the life we lead and those we love. Let me pray for you to day that God will breathe on you and for you and deliver you in Jesus name. Take time to rest in Him and to just breathe. 

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Breathing Fear

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What are you breathing today? Fresh air? Oxygen, perhaps? Are you recovering or fighting Covid, panic attacks or something else Are you hearing threats breathed at you by the enemy of your soul or other people, even some believers?

Let me assure you that regular caution is not fear. I check my doors at night and live out of the city, it is just routine. When it is excessive it is the enemy. Any crippling, over emphasized fear is not from God. I will tell you a secret, I wished I had know it earlier in my faith walk, confessing that you are the righteousness of God in Christ, helps thwart that. And we are only righteous in Him.

To me, it activates Isaiah 54:17, the no weapon formed will prosper. I know this passage appears to make it look like God is using the devil but isn’t that way at all, He uses what is doing to bring us into a better place of faith. Jesus rendered him powerless, and we have to know that. we all might have some doubts, Jesus understand our questions and concerns, but fear has torment, the unholy trinity of fear, terror and torment. So don’t give it a place.

I know people who take medicine, if you need to, that’s fine. But keep Jesus at the top of the list , read and meditate on verses, you can breathe them, literally, all Scripture is God breathed. Fill your mind with good thoughts, higher thoughts, His thoughts. Thank Him for the mind of Christ and renewing it, plead the blood over your mind, will and emotions. You can do it, breathe His love and get that constriction off you chest, the tightening in your throat will open, worry can literally choke you. Let’s get fear under control, I know I was bombarded with it but Jesus helped me overcome, not realizing attacks of the enemy and how others were affecting me, I had to close that door. Or rather, Jesus did. 

Imagine, if you will, His love pouring over you like a waterfall, filling you like a glass of sparkling water. That is what His Spirit will do for you, open your heart to His love and it take fears away, and when it tries to return you know what to do.

Be strong and courageous. Do not be afraid or terrified because of them, for the LORD your God goes with you; He will never leave you nor forsake you. Deuteronomy 31:6

Have I not commanded you? Be strong and courageous. Do not be afraid; do not be discouraged, for the LORD your God will be with you wherever you go. Joshua 1:9

The LORD is my light and my salvation— whom shall I fear? The LORD is the stronghold of my life— of whom shall I be afraid? Psalm 27:1

When I am afraid, I put my trust in you. Psalm 56:3

I sought the LORD, and He answered ( heard ) me, He delivered me from all my fears. Psalm 34:4

The LORD is with me; I will not be afraid. What can mere mortals do to me? Psalm 118:6

…..say to those with fearful hearts, “Be strong, do not fear; your God will come, He will come with vengeance; with divine retribution He will come to save you.” Isaiah 35:4

So do not fear, for I am with you, do not be dismayed, for I am your God.
I will strengthen you and help you. I will uphold you with my righteous right hand. Isaiah 41:10

Peace I leave with you; my peace I give you. I do not give to you as the world gives. Do not let your hearts be troubled and do not be afraid. John 14:27, fear will rob you of His peace.

There is no fear in love. But perfect love drives out fear, because fear has to do with punishment. The one who fears is not made perfect in love. 1 John 4:8

And these are only a few, the Bible has 365, fear nots, one for each day and 70 are commands. Why would God command us not to fear, because He is on the throne and commands angels, and He knows what it does to us? He doesn’t want fear to trouble our hearts, so breathe His love instead of the enemy’s lies and fear.

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