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Facing Your Fears to Live Your Dreams

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Facing Your Fears to Live Your Dreams


We don’t normally face our fears willingly. Usually, God has to woo us into the desert. The great lives are lived in the places we most fear. If we fear being rejected, the great story has us standing at the door with flowers in our hands, if we fear losing love, the great stories have us letting that person go rather than clinging to them. If we fear taking a chance on a dream, the great stories have us quitting our jobs.


Chasing love or some other desire, and we find ourselves in the midst of a situation in which we have very little control. And when we lose control, we go into a mild form of trauma. But the good news is the greatest stories are lived in the desert.


God wants us to look at every obstacle through the lens of His unlimited strength and resources. Anything that appears to block His plans is an opportunity for Him to demonstrate His sovereign power.

Just because we don't see anything happening, that doesn't mean He's inactive. Always remember that God is at work on the other side of our FEARS, OBSTACLES, arrang-ing the details and bringing His plans to fruition.

Sometimes we think we need to be involved in the solution to our problem, but God is not limited with regard to whom or what He can use to accomplish His will. In this case, He worked in the hearts of the enemy by instilling
demoralizing fear.

For Christians, Great Fears; Obstacles need not be reasons for discouragement. Although much of the Lord's activity is silent and invisible, we can be sure He is dynamically working out His will for our lives. When the pieces of His plan are in place, He will move us on to victory. 

So, what is your greatest fear? And don’t you know, the life you want involves taking that huge risk. It’s scary I know, because the truth is it might end in tragedy. But then again, half of Shakespeare’s plays are tragedies, and nobody thinks of him as a fool. He was brilliant.


Join Me Live during our Motivational Movement to talk about Facing your Fears to Live your Dreams this Saturday October 15, 2011 at 9-11 GMT  4-6 Eastern Standard USA


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