Fear not

Fear to me is becoming a very bad word and it can eat you up if you let it. Fear is a tool that the devil will and has used in his arsenal to pull you away from God. Satan tries to talk you into making snap decisions so that you won’t end up waiting and trusting in God’s answer to your prayers. The fear sets in and we start getting anxious making a decision that is usually not good for us. I have a habit of trusting God with all the little problems and situations in life but the big ones not so much. I give it to God through prayer only to take it back thinking that I can handle it. Falling flat on my face after taking it back I end up back on my knees apologizing and asking if He can correct the problem. Growing in Christ over the last five years my trust in Him has grown immensely and the fear dulls itself quite a bit. I still have problems but I know that my God, the creator of the entire universe is on my side, He, is bigger than my problems. Isaiah 43:1 But now, this is what the LORD says – he who created you, Jacob, he who formed you, Israel : “Do not fear, for I have redeemed you; I have summoned you by name; you are mine.

Fill my cup!

Jesus is the hope, the truth, and the light. It’s ridiculous not to keep Him in our sight. He can soften the hardest of hearts bringing you to tears. He will wipe them away releasing you of all your fears.
Don’t wait another minute to let Him in, only He can blot out your past full of sin. Put your knees to the floor and clasp your hands real tight, close your eyes and start praying with all your might.”God I love you so much, and I don’t want to be without you anymore, Please be in my heart I’m tired of being spiritually poor. I give you my body, mind, heart, and soul. Engulf me entirely filling this huge empty hole.”

Matthew, Karen and GOD

God is with us, in us and around us, so we need to put Him first. Many of us go through an entire day without thinking of God even once. Join Karen and Matthew in their adventures growing in Christ, through trials, love, pain, and laughter. Learn how to have a closer walk with God through our seven-day challenges. Building a relationship that is everlasting.