What Are You Afraid Of?

I don’t know about you, but sometimes I get ascared… pronounced: uh-scared. That’s how my kiddos used to say ‘afraid’ when they were wee-ones.

One of the questions I ask in my new eBook is:

“Why do we allow fear to rob us of our bravery to make the changes in our lives we know we need to make?”

I will keep this short and get right to the point here. If any part of that eBook quote resinates with you then I want to encourage, no… challenge you to examine where that fear is coming from. 

Fear is a bully. And most of the time, it is a bully that we create in our minds. So if we can create it, we can deconstruct it. Yes? Yes.

What are you afraid of? 

Why?

How is that fear helping you today?

How could releasing that fear help you today?

Feel free to leave a comment or email me to simply share your fear, and know that I will be praying for you. I will add you to my post-it prayer wall.

Grateful for you and cheering you on today!

 

 

 

2 thoughts on “What Are You Afraid Of?

  • Such a good word. Was just talking to someone about how fear kept the Israelites back from Canaan. That not only effected them, but the generation after them. It effected them for 40 years. I want to be like Joshua or Caleb and face the fears in faith knowing that God is bigger and is more than able to give us the land in victory.

    • YES! Love that! We forget that every choice we make, or do not make, will effect someone or something else.

      Also, you look like a Caleb – so lets go with him =)

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