I have taken your advice; And my faith is bigger Than my fear; That is sound advice; I appreciate it; That makes me strong; When your faith is bigger Than your fear, You are strong, courageous, And successful; When your fear is bigger Than your faith, That is too bad for you. Fsilure takes control; I will always make sure I follow the advice To make my faith stronger Than my fear. I am confident it will Make me succeed.
Who is as scared
As I am;
At the least sound
Outside my home,
My heart jumps;
Men of the underworld
And a torn
In everyone’s flesh
In our neighbourhood;
No one is spared;
Hence, in the night,
We don’t sleep;
Afraid of the unknown.
Keep it away; Shut it off; It breaks your wings; It paralyses you; It stops you Do you know what it is? It’s who we call Fear. Do not welcome Fear Into your home; He must carry his luggage And come to stay; He will tell you He will stay only for a while; Don’t be deceived; He is infected With a destructive germ. Let him in, And he will want to stay forever. Don’t smile with him; Don’t invite him; Don’t let him in. If you find him coming, Ask him to stop.
God can change your course of history. Have you ever been
between a rock and a hard place, where you have to make a choice between two
unpleasant options? I grew old from throwing stones, so I conceded to stay in
I’ve found myself at dead-ends of lonely highways, and at
the edge of cliffs I thought was a gentle shoreline. I drove in storms where no
man ventured, unaware I was being protected by God. Do you, too, look at your
world and question how you ended up where you are today?
Second-guessing our world allows Satan a place to rest in
your life. No rest for the weary may have more meaning once you understand
the complexity of the verse. Being placed between a rock and a hard place is best
described as a vice on your spirit. God will not allow our hearts to be bound if
we continue in loving prayer. We can apply God’s command by choosing His way…
“I call heaven and earth as witnesses today against you, that I have set before you life and death, blessing and cursing; therefore choose life, that both you and your descendants may live; that you may love the LORD your God, that you may obey His voice, and that you may cling to Him.”
How does God give us direction? He guides us by the wisdom
of the Bible and wise biblical counsel from His servants. It addresses every
complexing situation in life. Sometimes, though, answers may not be clear
through scriptures. Search out guidance in a library or Christian websites to
gain a piece of broader knowledge.
“Where there is
no counsel, the people fall; but in the multitude of counselors there is safety.”
Maybe you’re afraid of deciding about something which you may
regret later. Everyone has to make choices, and my friends, our Father’s
abundance of grace and mercy freely flows to His children. His forgiveness is
I give God the glory! The mighty savior’s strength protects
us from the storms. He knows we face situations of being caught between a rock
and a hard place. But in the sanctuary of His safety, He delivers answers within
the ferocious winds and the sigh of calm waters. The Lord’s love abounds among
the fear. He mends the broken threads of Satan’s fury for His way is
I pray your prayers will make miracles happen when you are between a rock and a hard place. Wouldn’t you rather find peace in a quiet harbor than on a violent sea? Pack a paddle and head for the Lord!
On sail you are
The storm is violent,
As if controlled
By the devil’s agents;
Scared you are,
As never before;
That, I read
In your eyes;
But rest assured
All will be well;
I shall send my angels
To steer you home;
And not a single hair
On your head
Shall be lost;
But this will happen
Only if you believe
In my word;
This is the promise
I make to you.
I am on my way; My journey is long And short; I know exactly Where I am going; I know not Where I am going; How contradictory! That is life; I am not afraid; And I am afraid; I am not worried; And I am worried; I could miss my way, I cannot miss my way; Because, I am not alone; I have an able companion, Who is my guide, And my helper as well; He knows the way, To his finger tips; As no other one does; Who knows this guide? Jesus, the Master; The king; The king of glory; The king of kings; Jesus of Nazareth Who died on the cross For you and I. He holds my hand, As captain of my ship, No matter the storms He will sail me To safety shores! I am, indeed, not afraid.
All my fears were allayed; There really was no reason To fear; Simply no reason to worry; It was no easy nut to crack, All the same, we cracked it; And that is how it is in life; Nothing is a bed of roses; You have to fight for What you want, And keep on fighting till You get it; The problem with many people I know is They think life is a bed of roses. That they can succeed without struggling; You will hear them say Struggle is not their portion; They fail to know everone Must struggle to succeed; No one likes to struggle But struggle is inevitable. My fears were allayed Because I struggled But succeeded.
“The fear of the pain of failure is a good motivation to work for success. If you have strong fear of the pain of failure, you will be motivated enough to do what is necessary to ward it off.” (Romilia quotes)
Corn popped again tonight, Like never before; And after a long time; No one talks of gunshots; Though the real name; Popcorn, everybody says; When it starts to pop, Fear waves begin to run Through your body; And everybody bolts the door, And stays indoor; As I write this, It’s all quiet around; It is a dead town; Though once in a while, I hear the sound of a bike; Who that can be? Where are they going? What are they out for? No one knows exactly; Likely the corn poppers; It only adds to the fear; Fear, that is the word; Fear, fear, fear. A people living in fear.