Faith Over Fear Ring

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It is in our human nature to be afraid of things. Some people are afraid of tangible things, like the dark or spiders. Others are afraid of intangible things, like death or being alone. As humans, we are imperfect. Fear is a natural human response to different situations that we are put in, but we can choose how we respond to our fear.
The views and opinions expressed in this article are those of the author’s and do not necessarily reflect the official policy or position of Grand Canyon University. Any sources cited were accurate as of the publish date.There are many things in this world that are unpredictable. We can go through scary seasons, including losing our job, getting extremely sick or losing a loved one. We never know what tomorrow will bring, but we cannot live in fear.

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“Have I not commanded you? Be strong and courageous. Do not be afraid; do not be discouraged, for the Lord your God will be with you wherever you go.” – Joshua 1:9God is so much bigger than any fear. Big or small, God is always greater. He is always there to stand by your side — to help you face your fears and protect you in your weakest moments. He is so much stronger than any earthly thing. Remember that he has put you in this season for a reason and he will help you through it. Stay strong in your faith and he will always guide you. Remember that he is the creator of the universe and can make miracles happen and he can certainly help you work through your fears and difficult seasons of life. Grand Canyon University is committed to following the Lord in all circumstances.If you would like to learn more about GCU’s Christian identity and mission or would like to read more devotionals please visit our website and check out the GCU Blog. Learn more about the College of Theology and their degree options by checking out our website or requesting more information with the button on this page.Our jewellery is made using Stainless Steel as the base metal known for its strength and corrosion resistance. We do not use nickel or zinc alloys, therefore all Señero pieces are hypoallergenic (i.e. allergy-safe). The base metal is then coated using the latest technology utilising titanium nitride that provides a tough wearing coating which is extremely durable. When we say waterproof, we really mean it.

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And, as a bonus, your purchase of this ring also supports a small business based in Danville, Illinois, USA. Thank you for choosing to shop small and make a differenceWear your faith on your finger with this beautiful and meaningful ring. Engraved with the powerful message “Faith over fear,” this ring serves as a constant reminder to believe in yourself and trust in the guidance of a higher power. Whether you’re facing challenges or simply looking for a little extra inspiration, this ring is a powerful symbol of strength and faith. But this ring is more than just a reminder – it’s also a timeless and elegant piece of jewelry. The classic design and high-quality materials make it a piece that can be worn for generations. Whether you’re dressing up for a special occasion or simply adding a finishing touch to your everyday look, this ring is worth showing off. You can skip the shipping fees with free local pickup. After placing your order and selecting local pickup at checkout, your order will be prepared and ready for pick up within 1 to 3 business days. We will send you an email when your order is ready along with instructions for pick up.When your order has shipped, you will receive an email notification from us which will include a tracking number you can use to check its status. Please allow 72 hours for the tracking information to become available.

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“And they went and woke him, saying, ‘Save us, Lord; we are perishing.’ And he said to them, ‘Why are you afraid, O you of little faith?’ Then he rose and rebuked the winds and the sea, and there was a great calm. And the men marveled, saying, ‘What sort of man is this, that even winds and sea obey him?’”
“He will cover you with his pinions, and under his wings you will find refuge; his faithfulness is a shield and buckler. You will not fear the terror of the night, nor the arrow that flies by day.”

Why is faith over fear important?
We Have a Choice. We can choose to let our fear control us and run our lives. We can choose to live in fear and avoid situations or things that we are afraid of. Or we can choose to face our fears and trust that God will help us and save us from our fear.
“Are not two sparrows sold for a penny? And not one of them will fall to the ground apart from your Father. But even the hairs of your head are all numbered. Fear not, therefore; you are of more value than many sparrows. So everyone who acknowledges me before men, I also will acknowledge before my Father who is in heaven.”“Peace I leave with you; my peace I give to you. Not as the world gives do I give to you. Let not your hearts be troubled, neither let them be afraid.” Elizabeth Berry (she/her) is the Updates Editor at the Good Housekeeping Institute where she optimizes lifestyle content across verticals. Prior to this role, she was an Editorial Assistant for Woman’s Day where she covered everything from gift guides to recipes. She also has experience fact checking commerce articles and holds a B.A. in English and Italian Studies from Connecticut College. “Keep your life free from love of money, and be content with what you have, for he has said, ‘I will never leave you nor forsake you.’ So we can confidently say, ‘The Lord is my helper; I will not fear; what can man do to me?’”“So do not fear, for I am with you; do not be dismayed, for I am your God. I will strengthen you and help you; I will uphold you with my righteous right hand.”

God is not a figure to fear. He is a pillar of faith to lean on when you find yourself overcome with emotion. If you reach out to God, He will answer with love and comfort so that your fear will appear small in comparison to his warmth. Your faith will give you strength during the scarier and more stressful moments in your life. And if you are experiencing one of those phases right now — or know someone who could use an inspiring prayer — then reciting one of these Bible verses about fear will help you face yours head on.

It is okay to feel afraid, whether you are worrying about the future, losing someone close to you, or thinking about what comes after death. All of these anxieties are valid, and you aren’t alone in how you are feeling. But if you are ready to overcome your fear, there are productive steps you can take to feel fearless as you approach this new stage in your life. One way to confront your fear by means of faith is to read or recite specific Bible verses about fear that will not only make you feel less alone, but also fill you with strength to conquer your worries.
The Good News: No matter what you do or where you are, the Lord will be with you on your journey, so you don’t need to let fear control or discourage you.

The Good News: If we put our faith in God’s steadfast, unfailing love and turn away from an obsession with material things, God will free us from all fear. “Then they cried out to the Lord in their trouble, and he brought them out of their distress. He still the storm to a whisper; the waves of the sea were hushed. They were glad when it grew calm, and he guided them to their desired haven.” I purchased this ring as a gift for my daughter and she loved it. I wanted to give her something that reminded her of her faith and how great God is each and everyday. Makes my heart full seeing her wear it.Faith and fear cannot exist together. Faith is an absolute belief that God is constantly working behind the scenes in every area of our lives, even when there is no tangible evidence to support that fact. Let this ring remind you and others to constantly choose faith over fear in your everyday life.

I wanted to call this point “Don’t sweat the small stuff,” but it felt cliche. At the risk of stating the obvious, our worries increase not only when we experience sudden or tragic events, but when the daily burdens of life pile up over time. Our basic needs can weigh us down if we’re not fortunate enough to be completely secure financially.
Understanding the times we live in is key to keeping anxiety to a minimum. When we are spiritually ignorant (unaware of the spiritual forces at play all around us), it’s stressful because we are constantly getting taken advantage of by the traps laid out for us by the world.I’ve read this scripture a lot of times and it’s always tempting to fixate on verse 22, and neglect to consider verse 23. To me, it’s teaching us that God will take care of our needs and burdens, so we don’t have to focus so much on them. It helps us to reflect on what really matters: our lives, and everything God gave us to make them worth living.

How do you choose faith over fear?
Choose Faith Over Fear: 9 Choices You Can Make Instead of…Choose to write your own headlines.Choose to deal with your baggage.Choose to come out of hiding.Choose to listen to God more than yourself.Choose to obey God’s Word.Choose to walk with God daily.Choose to hate fear and unbelief.
Making decisions is incredibly stressful. Anyone who’s worked any kind of job can tell you that. Whether you’re trying to make a big decision (picking a school for your kid, deciding where to live) or a small one (weekend plans, what kind of phone to buy), it will always be less stressful when you pull in an appropriate amount of trusted advisors.

If you’re stressed about your finances now, you’ll be stressed again once the next unexpected bill hits your inbox. How do you actually grow so that your emotions aren’t dictated by what’s happening in your life at any given moment?
The best way to drop this bad habit is by actively trying to win God’s approval. And since we know that we all fall short all the time (Romans 3:23), we can be confident in the fact that despite our imperfections, we can still have peace before God regardless of how guilty we feel (1 John 3:19-20).

Humility is not the same as humiliation. It’s not uncommon for people to confuse the two, especially when trying to apply scriptures that call us to humble ourselves. Humility according to the Bible is supposed to be a freeing feeling, because we let go of our pride and accept help from God and others.
This one’s simple: if you’re feeling anxious, talk to a friend. Sometimes a kind word of encouragement from someone we care about (or don’t care too much for!) can help calm us down and get perspective on our troubles. At the very least, a confidence boost from a friend may be what we need to get through the worrisome situation at hand.Being stuck in the past is stressful, because everyday is a constant reminder that we’re failing or not living up to whatever impossible standard we’ve set for ourselves. This can go both ways – distress over not being able to relive our glory days, or discouragement over past failures that we just can’t shake.Trust in the LORD with all your heart. Never rely on what you think you know. [6] Remember the LORD in everything you do, and he will show you the right way.Even youths grow tired and weary, and young men stumble and fall; [31] but those who hope in the LORD will renew their strength. They will soar on wings like eagles; they will run and not grow weary, they will walk and not be faint.If we are hung up over a life that did not go according to plan, we can be assured that we will have opportunities ahead of us to do something amazing for God, no matter how devastating the defeat.

Can I have faith and still be scared?
It is not impossible to live in faith and fear at the same time. We can have faith in God, God’s plan for us, and God’s plan for the world but still struggle with our very human fears. Our fears are our insecurities, which, at their core, can always be traced back to a core fear and suspicion of God.
“Depression rates are higher in countries that place a premium on happiness,” says social psychologist Brock Bastian. “Rather than being the by-product of a life well-lived, feeling happy has become a goal in itself.

In this passage, casting anxiety on God is preceded by the call to humble ourselves, which makes sense now considering how we’ve defined humility. When we admit our weaknesses and need for help, God is able to work with us, and we can start letting go of the things that are out of our control and stressing us out.
Philippians 3:14 is a call to stay focused on what God is helping us become. If getting stuck on the past is an anxiety virus, then focusing on spiritual vision and purpose is its vaccine.

Can you be scared and still have faith?
It is not impossible to live in faith and fear at the same time. We can have faith in God, God’s plan for us, and God’s plan for the world but still struggle with our very human fears. Our fears are our insecurities, which, at their core, can always be traced back to a core fear and suspicion of God.
Anxiety is defined as “experiencing worry, unease, or nervousness, typically about an imminent event or something with an uncertain outcome.” The most challenging part of this scripture to me is the idea that there is action I can take to not give in to that unease. I like feeling like a victim, and if I can convince myself that my nervousness and worry is too strong, then I can successfully excuse myself from doing anything that pushes me out of my comfort zone.God shines during trials and tribulations, because it’s only then can we truly understand just how deep and powerful his love is. If you’re experiencing anxiety associated with distress in your life, take time to cry out to God in a way that you haven’t before; be ok with being messy, because only then can God help you be free from the fears that may be holding you hostage during this difficult time.

There are many instances of the term “the world” in the Bible. The category we typically focus on is the “Moral World” – the God-hostile environment we currently live in, occupied by people who are being delivered false promises of security and satisfaction.Be anxious for nothing, but in everything by prayer and supplication with thanksgiving let your requests be made known to God. [7] And the peace of God, which surpasses all comprehension, will guard your hearts and your minds in Christ Jesus.

As Jesus and his disciples were on their way, he came to a village where a woman named Martha opened her home to him. [39] She had a sister called Mary, who sat at the Lord’s feet listening to what he said. [40] But Martha was distracted by all the preparations that had to be made. She came to him and asked, “Lord, don’t you care that my sister has left me to do the work by myself? Tell her to help me!”
Our health, bank accounts and pantries will fluctuate over time. But they shouldn’t get in the way of us enjoying our relationships with God and the people he’s put in our lives.This Bible study on anxiety and fear will give you practical tips to help you start worrying less, and relying on God more. Check out these 15 ways you can use God’s Word to start beating fear and anxiety.

Patience is the ability to look at what others have and trust that what you have right now is exactly what God knows you need, and that your future will bring only what will help you grow closer to him and the people you care about. You don’t need that Tesla right now, is what I’m saying.

If you take nothing else away from this devotional for anxiety, let it be this – using the Bible equips us to overcome the worries that stops us from living out the purposes God has for our lives. And becoming people who are loving, selfless people is the best remedy for anxiety because it takes the focus off of ourselves.
Your situation may not change immediately after your prayer, but God’s peace can help you make it through one day at a time by easing your mind and heart as you move forward. Eventually, we’re going to run into a situation that stumps us, or gets worse after we apply our know-how and don’t get the results we were expecting. Take time every day to look for ways God is trying to lead you, and let this spiritual approach guide you to your next destination. I don’t mean that I am exactly what God wants me to be. I have not yet reached that goal. But I continue trying to reach it and make it mine. That’s what Christ Jesus wants me to do. It is the reason he made me his.

It reminded me that all of us really want to believe that good can happen, but are afraid to hope for it. As a result, we often protect ourselves by preparing for worst case scenarios, and refusing to entertain the idea that our situations can improve, our loved ones can change, or that healing can come to those who are suffering. This process creates a level of stress and anxiety, as we are constantly struggling internally with discouragement and mulling over negative thoughts.
What’s interesting about this scripture is the focus on comparing ourselves to successful people. Nothing triggers anxiety quite like the realization that we’re behind or missing out (FOMO, anyone?). But generally speaking, by bringing more people into your decision-making process you increase the likelihood that you’ll make the choice that will be the right one for your life and relationship with God. And this happens when we choose to seek advice from spiritually-minded people who give you biblical input, rather than just practical life advice. Making decisions in a vacuum is very rarely ever a good idea. “Watch out! Don’t let your hearts be dulled by carousing and drunkenness, and by the worries of this life. Don’t let that day catch you unaware, [35] like a trap. For that day will come upon everyone living on the earth. [36] Keep alert at all times. And pray that you might be strong enough to escape these coming horrors and stand before the Son of Man.”

This passage lays out two categories of heart-dulling activities: carousing and drunkenness, and worries of this life. We stay alert by examining ourselves daily to identify how we may be dulling ourselves, and what matters of the heart we are neglecting to address.
On a recent episode of a political podcast I listen to, the host said, “you can’t live on hope, but you can’t live without it.” This was a particularly cynical program so I was surprised to hear even a glimpse of positivity in regards to our current state of affairs. But it struck me that he had to make a conscious effort to strike down the part of him that wanted to believe change could happen, for fear that he would be let down again.

When recalling situations in which they felt humble, they typically reported success experiences associated with positive emotion. Participants clearly associated humility with good psychological adjustment…”To hope in God is to believe in spiritual power. When we hope for the economy or our political system to come through for us, we’re putting our faith in human institutions which will inevitably let us down. When we hope that God will deliver on his promises to satisfy our deepest, most intimate needs, then we can trust that no person or system can get in the way of him making that happen. Putting our faith in God will never steer us wrong.

Think about why you’re here, what God can do with your talents, and who you’re meant to reach, and there’s a good chance that the things burdening you will start to feel a bit lighter before you know it. It’s a fitting last step in this series about how to stop worrying and start trusting God.

Does faith remove fear?
Faith is the opposite of fear. Hebrews 11:1 tells us that faith allows us to believe that God is going to do something great even before it comes to pass. Faith enables us to believe things that may not make sense to our natural minds. One of the main ways we release our faith is through what we say.
When we aren’t reading the Bible every day looking for ways to apply it to our lives, we get dull. And over time, this increases our anxiety. Why? Because at the end of the day, we don’t really know what life is going to throw at us, and God does. “Contrary to common dictionary definitions of humility, which often emphasize its association with self-abasement, participants reported consistently positive views of humility. I mentioned tragic life events in the previous point. It’s worth mentioning that we all have encountered or will encounter challenges that are difficult beyond what we experience on a day to day basis. The Bible refers to these as storms, and they push us to the limits in terms of what we can handle physically, emotionally and spiritually. It’s during these times of distress when we need to turn to God in a way that’s more serious and earnest than we may be used to.Mike is a digital marketing manager for Deep Spirituality and is a regular contributor. He’s passionate about web strategy, music, mentorship, and his quest to find the best burrito in the Bay Area.I say appropriate amount because it’s relative to the person making the decision, and the nature of the decision itself. Sometimes having too many people throwing opinions at you can be counterproductive, and even compound your anxiety when you become overloaded with options to consider.These 15 tips on beating anxiety I believe are helpful for applying to many life situations. However, it’s important to understand before diving in that the Bible is not a self-help book, and shouldn’t be used as such. This is a mistake I often make – finding scriptures in an attempt to calm my heart and mind, without embracing the transformative change of my will, character and desires that comes from a personal walk with God. God changes lives, he doesn’t merely improve them.

Why is fear stronger than hope?
They both are strong, but fear is stronger. Fear is an emotion that causes you to lose many of your senses due to certain conditions, and become a person beyond what you normally are. Fear controls people more than hope. Hope just adds to your other ideas in your mind, while fear takes control of them.
John 14:27 is a great starting point. Address the ways you’re looking to the world to cure you of your worries, and start looking to the Bible and prayer to help you grow stronger internally to handle more.

How do I let go of fear and trust God?
How to Stop Worrying and Start Trusting God: 15 Helpful TipsStop waiting for the world to help you.Stop trying to impress everyone.Let yourself hope (in God)Identify your life needs, and focus on what really matters.Deal with distress.Question yourself.Get advice when you’re stuck.
Trying to make everyone happy with you is an empty pursuit. It’s a great source of anxiety for a lot of people because no matter how great a job you do at any given task, there will most likely be someone who’s unhappy with your performance (just ask any politician or entertainer).These thought processes aren’t inherently flawed, but they do believe the underlying spiritual issues at work in each scenario. In these examples, on display is the anxiety we experience about common (but stressful) life situations, and how we seek human solutions instead of believing God can bring peace while we’re going through them. The best example I can think of to illustrate this point is when I was in college, and I saw countless friends get their stomachs pumped or be resuscitated because they drank too much alcohol. In those moments, I was able to comprehend that there was a lot going on in these people’s lives, and it put things into perspective because they were all going to the wrong places to find relief. Smiling faces beam at us from social media and happiness gurus flog their latest emotional quick fixes, reinforcing the message that we should aim to maximize our positive emotions and avoid our negative ones.

What does faith over fear look like?
Having faith over fear involves considering the situation, weighing the options, and understanding the danger but then making the choice to fight through the fear and trust God anyway. It means pushing our fear to the side and replacing it with faith.
Whichever end of the spectrum we find ourselves on, it’s liberating to learn from the scriptures that our story is not over as long as we’re alive. If we grew up experiencing a lot of success, God still wants to develop our character and heart to love others.Brothers and sisters, continue to think about what is good and worthy of praise. Think about what is true and honorable and right and pure and beautiful and respected. [9] And do what you learned and received from me—what I told you and what you saw me do. And the God who gives peace will be with you. Philippians 4:6-7 debunks this notion for me. It’s challenging, but it’s also inspiring and relieving. So while my anxiety has so often been the reason I’ve given for neglecting the needs of people around me, I am starting to learn about and believe in the power of prayer. Not merely for personal improvement (i.e. mitigating my loud and stressful emotions), but by believing in and seeing how God hears my prayers, and makes things happen. Kind words can be affirmation, acknowledgement of talent or ability, or even something lighthearted to help you relax. Either way, I anticipate #11 will probably be a favorite for people reading this list.

“Happiness as a goal” is a fallacy, and is at odds with how the Bible describes the path to calmness and joy. Instead of forcing ourselves to smile, God wants us to be honest with everything going on inside of us – the good, bad and the ugly.
It may feel counterintuitive to us who live in this culture of consumption, but taking the time to identify our sins so we can experience mercy from God is the only true way to lasting happiness. Guilt is an incredible amplifier of anxiety; clearing it up will pave the way to joy and de-stressing.Patience is a spiritual quality that is a must for those seeking to beat anxiety. God works on a timetable that we won’t ever understand until we’re up there with him, so it’s up to us to acknowledge in prayer that God is always working for our good, even if we aren’t seeing yet (at least, not in the way we are expecting).It’s harder to be overcome by anxiety when you’re loving others. According to a 2000 study by the Social Capital Community Benchmark Survey, people who volunteer are 42% more likely to be very happy than non-volunteers. God’s plan for each one of us is to find ways unique to us to make an impact in someone’s life. When God uses us to change lives, ours get renewed in the process.

Keeping in front of you, for example, the ways God has kept blessing my life after years of “Lost Son” level detachedness and debauchery helps me remember that no matter what I’m worried about today, I know that God still loves me and want to be with me. This process of remembering and expressing gratitude is how I’ve learned to apply this scripture to my life whenever my worries are threatening to take over my thoughts and actions.The longer we’re Christians and the older we get, the easier it becomes to rely on our experiences over the simple truths of the Bible. Who hasn’t responded to a friend asking for advice by sharing our favorite tactic or personal success story?

Humility is an underrated and often mischaracterized quality. A 2002 study by Julie Juola Exline & Anne L Geyer note that the reality of people’s experiences with humility is different than what the textbook definitions would lead us to believe:
Oh, what joy for those whose disobedience is forgiven, whose sin is put out of sight! 2Yes, what joy for those whose record the LORD has cleared of guilt, whose lives are lived in complete honesty!

Quartz writer Susanna Cornelius, in her article Being told to feel happy is making us miserable details the destructive effects of trying to abide by the social pressures that make us feel like we need to feel happy, all the time:Believe it or not, we can get our thoughts under control by exercising a little spiritual muscle. It is possible to decrease our fear and worry by choosing to focus our minds on the positive things God’s put in our lives.

Over the years, I’ve spent more time succumbing to the numbing paralysis of anxious thinking and self-indulgent fretting than I have walking with God through the situations in life that make me afraid.When confronted with a problem that feels daunting to me, my first instinct is almost always to run. But as has been the case with so many other topics I’ve written about on our site, this presented me with an opportunity to study the scriptures, make decisions to change, and share about the experience.

A lot of my stress and worry has been exacerbated by my expectation that there’s a solution around the corner for my problems that doesn’t involve God.This ring is the perfect reminder for me. Excellent craftsmanship. I love the delicate look of the flowers and the writing! I’ve received many positive comments. Will purchase again as wedding party gifts!

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Thank you so much for sharing this review with us!!! We are so happy to hear that you loved our Ring as well as the packaging…..And the ring looks perfect on you hand.”I purchased 4 of these rings for family members in support of my sister who has cancer. Love that this ring is adjustable since we all wear different sizes. It is small, lightweight and very comfortable to wear.” This ring was slightly thinner than my previous ring “blessed”, but it’s still the same great quality and it’s a constant reminder that God’s love conquers fear. We are so happy to hear that you loved our Ring and the service!!! Thank you so much for sharing this amazing positive feedback and the ring looks beautiful and perfect on your hand.”My granddaughter requested this ring. It reminds her that she is covered with Faith, and that I have Faith in her. Her sister wanted the Believe in silver, and it reminds her that I believe in her, and she believes in God. My ring, the first of the three, reminds me every day that I am Blessed for Gods love and for my family.”

I have been buying these rings to share for several months and anyone I give them to says they love it and never take it off! Mine is a constant reminder of how truly Faith Over Fear has changed my life! Thank you!
No, most of our jewelry is 925 sterling silver and rhodium plated for extra protection from scratch and tarnish. Rhodium also provides a platinum family radiance and shine.Quality of ring looks good. I wanted a adjustable ring to wear on my thumb. I love to be reminded about my faith when I hear the day to day news in our world today. Faith over Fear helps me continue to have hope.

This ring is fashioned using 100% 925 Sterling Silver and brilliantly plated with Rhodium, from the platinum family, for shine, scratch and tarnish resistance.
Just before my husband got his cancer diagnosis I was listening to a message and the preacher ended with faith before fear! This ring is a perfect way to remind me every day about having faith over fear especially since my husband lost his battle to cancer!

I love the skinny Faith over fear ring way better than the faith over fear wide ring, I’m going to see if I can exchange my two wide rings for two narrow rings, I think they fit much better, and you can put them on whatever finger helps you remember, Faith over Fear!
Thank you for sharing your feedback in here. And we would like to let you know that now have a WIDE version of the Faith Over Fear ring. Check it out in our website! And for any queries, you can reach out to [email protected] this for my daughter in love. Sometimes she fells overwhelmed and the ring reminds her God is greater than any fear or problem. She loved it and has worn it everyday. I have a ring I’ve had for awhile and love mine too★★★★★”I never take this ring off. It gives me strength when I need it the most. Been wearing it for close to 3 months and it’s holding perfectly. Thank you for this beautiful reminder.” – Patricia K.

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C.S. Lewis said, “You can’t go back & change the beginning, but you can start where you are and change the ending.” Our soul mission is to help, teach & inspire others to believe in themselves, God, while being positive, letting their natural beauty & light shine through by just “doing you”. The inspiration behind Adeline Francine is meant to help show that you can shine and be yourself in any style you like because beauty is from within, & God loves all his children, so just “do you!”
Telling myself the truth that I was rebelling against God wasn’t pleasant, but it empowered me to change. I realized I wasn’t a victim of my fears and insecurities. I got reconnected with my friend, and she shared how encouraged she was just to talk and have someone listen.

Eventually, a few of my other friends helped me see that my fear makes me rebellious toward being the kind of friend God wanted me to be. God says to encourage each other daily (Hebrews 3:12) and carry each other’s burdens (Galatians 6:2), among many other things, which is far more than what I was doing.
God said to me once and for all, “All the strength and power you need flows from me!” And again I heard it clearly said, [12] “All the love you need is found in me!” And it’s true that you repay people for what they do.

Is faith over fear a Bible verse?
Psalm 112:6–8 The Good News: Persevere in the faith, cast off all fear and keep your heart strong; God will never forsake you.
We can feed our faith by filling our minds with scriptures (Romans 10:17) more than news articles or social media, taking extra time to pray throughout the day, and working hard to connect with our spiritual friends daily for encouragement.Let’s learn a lesson from Saul and choose to deal with our spiritual baggage. I’m learning that I can become stronger in my faith when I decide to deal with my doubts by talking about them, praying about them, and finding scriptures that help me challenge them.

What does faith over fear mean?
What does it mean to have faith over fear? Having faith in God over fear means trusting in God’s plan and provision, even in the face of uncertainty, difficulty, or danger. It involves acknowledging and facing our fears, but not allowing them to control or consume us.
One choice we can make to choose faith over fears is being humble enough to ask God for the strength, power, and love we need in our lives and relationships.Today, banish your fear by writing some loving headlines of your own. Make a care package for a friend and drop it on their porch to brighten their day. Bake cookies for your family. Write a card for someone and put it in the mail. Do something special to encourage your spouse.But for the fearful, and unbelieving, and abominable, and murderers, and fornicators, and sorcerers, and idolaters, and all liars, their part shall be in the lake that burneth with fire and brimstone; which is the second death.“Rebelling against God or disobeying him because you are proud is just as bad as worshiping idols or asking them for advice. You refused to do what God told you, so God has decided that you can’t be king.” “I have sinned,” Saul admitted. “I disobeyed both you and the LORD. I was afraid of the army, and I listened to them instead.

Next, Samuel brought each clan of Benjamin there, and the LORD chose the Matri clan. Finally, Saul the son of Kish was chosen. But when they looked for him, he was nowhere to be found. [22] The people prayed, “Our LORD, is Saul here?” “Yes,” the LORD answered, “he is hiding behind the baggage.”
Consider it a sheer gift, friends, when tests and challenges come at you from all sides. You know that under pressure, your faith-life is forced into the open and shows its true colors. So don’t try to get out of anything prematurely. Let it do its work so you become mature and well-developed, not deficient in any way.We need each other, and this is not the time to pull away from meeting together (even virtually). Spiritual relationships help us to choose faith over fear and help urge us onward. If you’ve been struggling to have the bandwidth to keep up with your own life, and don’t feel you have the energy to love anyone else or have faith, know that God promises his love, strength, and power can flow into your heart. Peace I leave with you; My [own] peace I now give and bequeath to you. Not as the world gives do I give to you. Do not let your hearts be troubled, neither let them be afraid. [Stop allowing yourselves to be agitated and disturbed; and do not permit yourselves to be fearful and intimidated and cowardly and unsettled.And He said to them, “Where is your faith [your confidence in Me]?” They were afraid and astonished, saying to one another, “Who then is this, that He commands even the winds and the sea, and they obey Him?”Fear, according to Collins Dictionary, is “Fear is the unpleasant feeling you have when you think that you are in danger.” It goes on: “If you say that there is a fear that something unpleasant or undesirable will happen, you mean that you think it is possible or likely.”

When the world around us seems scary and unstable, we need to fight even harder to choose faith over fear. Here are 9 spiritual choices we can make instead of panicking, even in the midst of an unprecedented year of crisis, to choose faith over fear.
Fear is a natural human response to any number of situations we face in our daily lives. As Northwestern Medicine puts it, fear is biologically a “survival response.” So long as we are breathing, we’re likely to encounter circumstances that make us feel afraid on a regular basis.

According to the CDC, American adults have been experiencing significant increases in mental health symptoms as the pandemic continues. These symptoms include anxiety and mental distress – even among those who never had these symptoms before.
But if you want to choose faith over fear, don’t hide. Reach out to spiritual friends so they can encourage you, and you can encourage them. Everyone needs encouragement in these difficult times and looking for ways to encourage someone else might take your mind off your own fears. Discover creative ways to encourage others and to motivate them toward acts of compassion, doing beautiful works as expressions of love. [25] This is not the time to pull away and neglect meeting together, as some have formed the habit of doing, because we need each other! In fact, we should come together even more frequently, eager to encourage and urge each other onward as we anticipate that day dawning. As friends of mine have boldly prayed for vaccines, I’ve found myself doubting: Will God answer my prayers? Will he do the impossible? Does he care about my needs?We’re living in difficult and unprecedented times. But with God’s help, we don’t have to be overrun by fear. Let’s work to choose faith over fear instead of giving in to worry.