You might not know…
King David’s son Solomon wrote the book of Ecclesiastes and the Bible says that he was the wisest man alive, no big deal.
Everyone feels afraid at some point — whether it’s a gnawing, anxious feeling or a paralyzing phobia. Any change, even positive changes like marriage or a promotion, can prompt feelings of fear. The Bible offers powerful alternatives to those voices, reminding readers repeatedly, “Do not be afraid.” Click through this gallery to find Bible verses to help you overcome fears and anxieties in your life.
I Will Fear No Evil
I Will Help You
You Will See The Deliverance
Be Strong and Courageous
A Spirit of Power and Love
Of Whom Shall I Be Afraid?
The Angel Said To Her
I Bring You Good News
We Say With Confidence
Peace I Leave With You
We could discuss all these. But, I simply want to share beginnings to Truth in your life. Hungry?
Feed on The Word! It behooves the mind that this is less than a drop in the water tanker filled! in our existence.
Amazing that people who lived, in this case Adam and Eve are ‘somewhere’ not physical but in the spirit!
We are within our bodies! We simply ‘rent’ them for a ‘Season’; the season of life!
Seasons Of life
Just as the earth experiences spring, then summer, then fall, and finally winter — your own life cycle has its seasons.
You, like winter, emerge into existence out of darkness.
For the first stage of your life, from the time you are born to about your mid-twenties, you grow and mature.
“The world is your oyster,” as the old saying goes. Naturally, you consume all of the nourishment that the spring of your life has to offer — in the form of mentorship, education, and other formative experiences — in order to prepare yourself for the heat of the next season.
When you’ve grown up, it is time to lay down your seeds and take action.
This is the summertime of your life, the time to be building businesses, developing relationships, and being a warrior out in the world. Usually, this season begins in your mid-twenties and ends in your mid-fifties, give or take a decade.
Who you become, the people you nurture, and the wrok you do in the summertime of your life all contribute to the making of your harvest, or your legacy. In the fall of your life, you reap what you sow.
And just as easily as you emerged, you eventually fall back into the cold of winter.
Do you see? There is a cycle to everything.