There is an excellent sage over fear and faith, and many are getting caught up in it. Life is a succession of lessons, yet trusting God means you’re comfortable with not knowing all the answers. Guess what? That’s okay.

Faith and fear are common words we use daily, but nothing is ordinary about them. The difference between them makes it impossible for both terms to coexist. Faith believes even when you don’t see. It’s having the assurance and evidence of things hoped for without receiving it. At the same time, fear is false experiences appearing real. It cripples your faith, makes you irrational, and keeps you in bondage for as long as you allow it.

When it comes to faith, you don’t need to have it all figured out. Religion says we can and need to trust God even when the road ahead seems uncertain.
What if I fail? You may ask. Every unshakable faith and trust in God is built through having a close relationship with God. Constant communion and communication with God make a strong foundation of trust over time, and in times of doubt and weakness, this firm foundation of trust will get us through all the storms.

There is no comfort in fear. But when it comes to faith and relying on God, we find comfort in knowing God is with us. He will never leave us nor forsake us. When relying on God, we find comfort in knowing God is with us. But that kind of with isn’t a distant and far-off kind of presence; no, God is with us in the minutest details of our lives. And it doesn’t matter what we face; we are assured that God will come through for us, for he has a way of surprising us with his presence and reminding us that nothing escapes his watchful eyes.

Stop the fear in your path and trust God. You can’t live life by avoiding your fears. He’s got all the catastrophic answers you seek. It can feel like a small light in a dark place, yet, it always pays off despite your discouragement.
That is not to say you shouldn’t have a contingency plan. Trust God, yet give it your best shot. Living and working with passion means giving your all because you believe in the possibility of success.

Hold more closely to your dreams and desires than to your fears and doubts.
When we encounter life’s ups and downs, we can’t see or understand the purpose of what God allows, yet we must let our motivation be a spirit of faith, not fear. God is God, and He knows what is best for us even when everything looks and feels terrible.

Blessings and Love ❤️