Tuesday, March 2, 2010

Today's Devotional Scripture

“I prayed to the Lord, and He answered me. He freed me from all my fears. Those who look to Him for help will be radiant with joy; no shadow of shame will darken their faces. In my desperation I prayed, and the Lord listened; He saved me from all my troubles. For the angel of the Lord is a guard; He surrounds and defends all who fear Him.”
Psalm 34:4-7

How many times a day do you fear something? You get called into the office and you are sure you are going to get fired. Your child is late and your mind goes crazy with thoughts of what might have happened. You hear a siren in the distance and you’re sure it’s someone you know. Your spouse is in “that” mood again and you know it is going to get ugly. The credit card bills came in the mail and you don’t know how you are going to pay them. You found a lump and you are waiting for the report from the Doctor’s office. Fear can be healthy, as in, “Don’t step out in front of traffic!”  Fear can also be false, exaggerated, a lie, and paralyzing. It’s been that way since Adam and Eve; most of our spiritual struggles center around a truth encounter. Will we believe the lie or the truth? Fear or God? David knew the answer. He prayed to God and God answered him and freed him from all his fears. The Lord listened and saved him from all his troubles and He will save you, too. 

What is it today that you fear? What is holding you back? What keeps you from being still and knowing that He is God? Today renounce your fear. Bring it to God. Present it to Him and He will free you.

Father, You know my fears. I bring them to You and lay them at Your feet. Help me, protect me, and free me from this bondage. Thank You that You have not given me a spirit of fear. I choose to live by faith in You. In Jesus Name ~Amen!

1 comment:

  1. Hi Tamara, I have had my computer fixed....I think! so hopefully I will be able to open your blog now. I have missed you.

    I join my prayers with yours this morning.......:-) Hugs


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