Bible Study Plan 2019

Today we read:
Job 25-29
Matthew 21:33-46
Matthew 22:1-14
Psalms 18:7-15

– Food for thought day 33 –

• Proverbs 10:24
• Job 3:25
• Isaiah 41:10
• 2 Timothy 1:7

Fear is the opposite of faith; fear stems from trusting in our own ability, but faith is a product of God given to all who depend on Him for salvation. Fear is also the product of our outdated nature, but faith is the product of the new man in Christ. That is why the Word of God says: “The thing a wicked man fears shall come upon him, but the desire of the [uncompromisingly] righteous shall be granted.”
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In other words our fears will never come to pass as long as our hope is in the Christ that lives in us. There is no need to fear, because we are not of the wicked one whose children have no hope, but we’re the righteousness of God in Christ. He (Jesus in the person of the Holy Spirit) in us is our hope of glory. We must learn to fix our eyes on Him and make Him our confidant. Thus, He will turn our fears into faith, struggles into strength, tests into testimony and worries into celebration.

We are the uncompromising righteous in Christ and God will always do unto us as He has promised.

Job’s fear only manifested because he trusted in his ability.

We are not self-made but made of God. As a result of this, we count on God’s ability at work in, through, for, upon, with us and not of ourselves.

The Word of God says: “Fear not [there is nothing to fear], for I am with you; do not look around you in terror and be dismayed, for I am your God. I will strengthen and harden you to difficulties, yes, I will help you; yes, I will hold you up and retain you with My [victorious] right hand of rightness and justice.

There’s no need to fear for the battle is not ours but God’s.

Fear not, for our fears will not come to pass and God has promised to grant the desires of our heart.

Surely, we all will see the manifestation of the desires of our heart.

Say it out loud; “My fears will not come to pass, but God will fulfill the desires He puts in my heart in Jesus’ Name.”

Many blessings in Jesus’ Name.

Think and Act!!!