Today as I was listening to David Jeremiah, I heard him say something that made me think, and reflect on, and I’m going to share it with you. “Fear is a form of idolatry.” When we fear the problem whatever it may be we’re saying that the problem is greater than God’s ability to handle it. What problems do you have that are greater than God’s ability to solve them? The way to deal with fear is found in worship and praise. When we recognize God for who He is, and acknowledge that all we experience and know is because of Him, we put our problems, our fears, where they belong…. In His hands.

If you’d like to know more you can click here http://www.oneplace.com/ministries/turning-point/listen/ and click on “When Fear Dominates You” under the month of November.


5 thoughts on “Fear

    1. Wayne Augden Post author

      Oh Deborah they’re not mine… 🙂 Praise the Lord. If it’s any good on here it comes from our Lord. Love you, my sister. Merry Christmas to you and yours, and I pray God’s blessings of peace, joy, and strength over you and your family.

  1. Ted Torreson

    We always talk about Tim Chester’s 4Gs in our church plant. Two of them is “God is great, so we don’t have to be in control” and “God is Glorious, so we don’t have to fear others.” We try to remind each other of the truth and gospel of God regularly and it we see progressively more freedom from our idolatry/fear of others.


  2. meetingintheclouds

    I’ve quoted it before . . .
    “Fear is faith in satan: Faith is fearting God”

    If fear is the opposite of faith, and if fear is believing satan above believing God, then fear is idolatry.



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