“Turn now, and face all your fears.”

I ‘heard’ something this morning when I was falling into second sleep, after praying/reading some of Psalms. My thoughts were booking along, trending negative, so I was praying as a means of keeping them directed well. Then all of a sudden, I thought, “Turn now and face all your fears.” Except I didn’t think it. That line was just inserted into my thought stream. That’s my new assignment, I guess, to face up to any fears I’m still dragging around. Assuming this was a divine instruction, of course. Even if it wasn’t, there’s not much downside to facing my fears.

Have you any fears to face? There’s no time like the present.

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2 Responses to “Turn now, and face all your fears.”

  1. My Beloveds says:

    And it seems to me the way to do that is to really know in the very depths of our being “how wide and long and high and deep is the love of Christ” (Ephesians 3:18) because “There is no fear in love. But perfect love drives out fear…” (1 John 4:28)

    Does this mean I’m your first comment? 🙂

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