Removing Fear From The Mind And Heart

Removing Fear From Your Mind and Heart

Removing Fear From The Mind And Heart- Through the Word of God-

“You must have faith over fear.”

It is common at times in one’s life to experience episodes of fear. When and if someone has had to deal with some disparities in life, one after the other, fear may come. For questions that you can’t seem to find an answer, you may have fear. However, fear over the normal is your enemy – no other way to describe it.

We are not talking about that natural life, preserving action along with a major boost of adrenalin that happens if a wild animal is coming at you.  We are talking about the fear people live with day in and day out, that is associated without having been dealt the aforementioned.

Fear Cannot Be Your Friend

Fear doesn’t help you, it hinders you, it is not your friend and it will harm you.  Dread doesn’t get you through an open door; it keeps you in the hallway.  If you are frightful it will never help you put your best foot forward; it just keeps both of your feet in cement.

Some aspects of the psychology of today are, “Learn to live with your fears”, “Embrace your fears”, and “It is normal to have fears – everybody does.”

It’s true; lots of people do have the things they fear, and some of it is normal and some of it is not. Some people are trying to learn how to live with their anxieties and embrace them, which is a sign of trying to make progress in their lives.

What The Bible States

“Fear thou not; for I am with thee: be not dismayed; for I am thy God: I will strengthen thee; yea, I will help thee; yea, I will uphold thee with the right hand of my righteousness.” Isaiah 41:10

“So that we may boldly say, The Lord is my helper, and I will not fear what man shall do unto me.” Hebrews 13:6

You Are Not Destined To Be Fearful All The Time

If you were supposed to be fearful in all aspects of your life, over and above the normal; then why would the Bible talk about being delivered from all your fears? Think about your faith in God.

Think about it – if it’s normal to have worry and panic over everything in life, and you have no fright, then you would be abnormal, right?  Well, why would God want you to be abnormal?

If you believe in The Lord, Jesus Christ and you have faith in Him…you would know that He doesn’t.

No, He doesn’t.  He truly desires for you to be set free from the anxieties that are hindering you from a normal and stable life.  That is not His plan for you.

Fear of What Other People Think

There are many facets and aspects of fear.  One of the big ones is having fearfulness of what others think of you.

  • People do things, say things, and even buy things because of the worry that they have about what others think.
  • Many times people join clubs or organizations because they are afraid that if they don’t, others might think they are poor.
  • People say things and talk a certain way because they are afraid that they might not say the right thing in front of the right people.
  • People purchase items because of the fear of not measuring up to those around them.  And on and on it goes.

“(A Psalm of David.) The LORD is my light and my salvation; whom shall I fear? the LORD is the strength of my life; of whom shall I be afraid?” Psalm 27:1

You Do Not Have To Live With Fear – read this- How to transform fear into joy…

Here are 3 simple keys to getting rid of the fright in your life:

1. First, start by realizing that God truly loves you and that His love for you is unconditional.  The Bible teaches that nothing can separate you from His love. Nothing.  His love for you does not change, ever!

2. Second, ask God to help you get rid of all your fears.  He has promised to deliver you from all your anxieties.  That is His desire for you – a life without fear.

3. Third, make decisions based on what is best for you, not how it may or may not appear to others.  You’ll never, ever be able to please everyone, so stop trying to.  You’ll never, ever be right in everybody’s eyes, so you should stop trying to.


When you make a decision, ask yourself, “Why am I making this decision?  Is it based on my fear?”  Make decisions based on what is right and best for your life, regardless of what others think as long as you know the decision is in line with The Bible.

You can live without fear.

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