“If God is for us, who can be against us?” (8:31 Romans (NIV)) We see that theme a lot in the Bible and throughout Psalms. King David needed the reminders… just like we need them. If we look at the world around us, we become afraid. If we look at the God in front of us, we KNOW that we have nothing to fear. That is how is should be… we should lead ‘fear-less’ lives. We should know that His love will guard us and keep us. We should follow the plans He has for us rather than being side-tracked with our own plans. What great things would you do today if you were not afraid to try? Go for it… in His name and with Him by your side!
(PLEASE) route this verse to all of your family, friends, and co-workers in His kingdom by sending the blog post or the link to this page. Ask what are their biggest fears each day. Ask how they would live or act if they did not have ANY fears in their lives. Pass on to them the promises that we have from God. Give them the hope that we have through the love of Christ. Help them to overcome their fears and to walk with God each day. Then, Take Time For God’s Word© often during the day when you sense you may become afraid, then think about this verse as ’56:04’, and praise God for wiping away your sins and for making you fear-less. The phase, “What can mere mortals do to me?”, shows the confidence that King David had in God. David, who as a boy, stood before the giant Goliath in a life-or-death fight… he knew that with God ALL things are possible. Take a photo of this verse card and keep it on your phone in Favorite Verses. When you are waiting in line (which may be a lot), look through those verses to give you hope, strength, comfort, and confidence that God will see you through each day. What a blessing these verses are. Use them often. Share them widely. Live the life that God has planned for you! And do so fearlessly!
Please continue to pray for all of the social causes which address common needs and concerns in our communities and in our world. We think of the various blood banks, literacy programs, environmental cleanup efforts, etc. which are intended to show good stewardship of our world and of its resources. These help us all. These are opportunities to meet others who may not yet know Jesus. It is your chance to let your light shine for Him. It is your chance to show the love of Christ in action. Do it well. Give Him the glory. Be that kind of blessing to your community. Pass it on without fear knowing that with God ALL things are possible! Let the ‘impossible’ be transformed to I-M-possible! In Him, you are!!