I have seen the Lord goodness His mercy and compassion, I have see the Lord goodness alleluia Praise the Lord! I have seen the Lord goodness His mercy and compassion, I have see the Lord goodness alleluia Praise the Lord!// everybody testify You are good, You are good Jehovah You are good. everybody testifying Your are good, You are good Jehovah You are so good.
Yes! Your children are saying Lord You are Worthy, Your children are saying Lord You are worthy, Your children are saying Lord You are worthy, You are worthy O Lord. Gracious Father You are worthy, you are so good, Your mercies and compassion faileth not, Praise the Name of the Lord! alleluia to the King of kings, the Lord of lords, the Ancient of Days, the I AM that I AM, the Mighty Man in Battle, Praise the Name of the Lord! alleluia, alleluia alleluia!!!
He is Able, abundantly able to deliver and to save, my God is Able, abundantly Able to deliver those who trust in Him. What a Mighty God we serve, alleluia, what a Mighty God we serve, heaven and earth adore Him, angels bow before Him, what a Mighty God we serve!
Yes! our God is a Mighty God, All Power belongs to Him, He is more Able to do that which we are believing and Trusting in Him, He is Our All Sufficiency, the All- Knowing, the All-Able God. Praise the Living Jesus. Alleluia!!!!!!!
Join me to sing this song- I surrender, I surrender all, I surrender, I surrender all, all to Thee my blessed Saviour I surrender, I surrender all.
Yes! If that is your confession then you have nothing to fear. Fear is not him/her that has surrendered to Jesus. Because He overcame death, what more can we fear, for our Father overcame death and hell, so what more can we fear.
Fear has crippled so many destinies; coming from the bible days, let consider some notable events were fear was exhibited but the power of God delivered. The children of Israel was crippled by the taunts of Goliath for fourth days until God sent David and delivered them. The children of Israel on leaving Egypt were crippled by fear when they face the Red sea and behind them where Pharaoh’s chariots but God delivered them through Moses. Peter was crippled by fear while walking on water to met Jesus but an outstretched arm Jesus delivered him. When the apostles were over taken by fear of what the leaders and priest of Jews we do to them having succeeded in crucifying Jesus, the power of the Holy Spirit rested upon them and they went about speaking about Jesus who was dead and resurrected and now seated at the right hand of His Father in heaven.
Beloved, if God have not intervene in all these situations what will have become of these destinies, but our God full of mercy and compassion was in Christ reconciling the world to Himself (2 Cor 5:19) and if you believe today, you will experience God’s great power in your live and every fear that followed you into this year 2020 will fall down and never to arise again in Jesus Name.
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Two Basic Fears
And free those who were held in slavery all their lives by the fear of death.—Hebrews 2:15
Psychologists are at pains to point out that fear is different from anxiety. Fear has a specific object, whereas anxiety is a vague and unspecified apprehension.
What, I wonder, is your biggest fear? Benjamin Rank, a social scientist, says that there are basically two forms of fear: the fear of life and the fear of death. The fear of life is the fear of having to live as an isolated individual. The fear of death is the fear of losing individuality. He says: “Between these two fear possibilities, these poles of fear, the individual is thrown back and forth all his life.”
The first fear—the fear of life—is vividly illustrated by a small boy’s comment: “I suppose the reason for twins is because little children don’t like to come into the world alone.” The fear of life makes many retreat into illness. It is a refuge from responsibility. Freud found the cause of neurosis in the past—in childhood; Jung, a disciple of Freud, found it in the present. He said: “I ask, what is the necessary task which the patient will not accomplish?” Backing out of life’s responsibilities through fear of life is a major cause of problems.
But with many, it is the fear of death that paralyzes them. Our verse today reads, in speaking of Jesus, that He is able to “free those who were held in slavery all their lives by the fear of death” (Heb 2:15). Is it necessary to live under such servitude? Of course not. When Christ has all of you, then fear can have no part of you. It is as simple as that!
Father, I am so thankful that You have made it possible for me not to be enslaved by fear. I can be free, gloriously free—and free now. Touch me in the deepest parts of my being this day and set me free from all and every fear. In Jesus’ name. Amen.
What is the hope of every believer?
Is this your hope?
Beloved, what a wonderful and glorious God we serve who thoughts and plan for is of good and not of evil. He walk out our salvation and delivered all those who are held by the power fear. Fear of life is also slavery as you read from our teaching likewise Jesus freed all those who are held by the power of death by triumphing over sin, death and hell that we might live through Him.
Beloved, having receive this truth, what are waiting for? Rise up and declare Jesus to all who cares to know that Jesus is Lord and Saviour. our God has come and will no longer delay, He has delivered you from all fears both living and death.
Hold on this great work of God and declare Him Lord over all He has created including fear. Praise the Lord!
Arise beloved look up and Jesus making head and not tail any longer. Look unto Jesus declaring peace in that situation now. Look unto Jesus make you a choice among many brethren and as you step out in faith see yourself being deliver and secured in our Lord Jesus. Praise the Lord!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Remain blessed in the Lord.