Tag Archives: fear

Trusting the Driver

“It doesn’t matter if you can’t see the lines on the highway. What matters is that I can.” What my husband said recently as he drove us back from Taos, New Mexico to our rented condo in Santa Fe has … Continue reading

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Letting Go of Fear of the Future–Again

As I’ve been examining my thought life in recent days, I notice how often I am thinking fearful thoughts about the future. Here is a blog I first posted in June 16, 2010. Even though I wrote this over four … Continue reading

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Facing Fear Guest Blog

Today I have a guest post by Christin Ditchfield. I met her years ago at a writers conference, and she has been inspiring and encouraging me ever since. At the end of each of my Hearts Set Free weekly radio … Continue reading

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Letting Go of Fear of the Future

Not long ago an old familiar fear returned and tried to taunt me. That fear? Fear of the future. As I pondered my battle with this fear, God whispered a reminder to me–that fears don’t originate with Him. Lately I’ve examined some … Continue reading

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Turning Bad News Into Good

  I received bad news this week from a friend and from a family member. One was about a tragic death. The other was about a freak accident that is going to require serious surgery. In the past such news … Continue reading

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The Battle To Draw Near

“Lord, help me to hear You, fear You, draw near to You, and see myself as dear to You.“ This is the prayer I’ve been saying lately for myself and for others. It was inspired by a quote a friend … Continue reading

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Turning Around My Thinking

I heard once that the maturity of a Christian can be determined by measuring the time span between when something bad happens and when you begin praising the Lord about that event. This saying came to mind recently as I … Continue reading

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