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Tuesday Live Battle Prayer 12/20/22


The battle belongs to the LORD! You coming?


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Notes are available after the session


Battle prayer notes 12/20/22

Tues Topic: Fear and faith. How do we overcome our fears? There is no fear in love. Cowards will not inherit the Kingdom of heaven. What does that mean? Fear of death.

Without faith it is impossible to please God.

We always fear something.

Fear is not bad if we use it properly. It can cripple us or be a vehicle for faith.

Abraham the Father of faith had to trust in God that he was to find a wife for Isaac. He sent a servant.

Have a reverential fear for God.

We must believe in God.

Let us not have an unhealthy fear of God.

Covid caused mass fear and hysteria.

We have rational and I rational fears that we need to face and give to God.

Adam and Eve had fear after sin. Cain feared after killing Abel.

Fear is telling us things are going to get worse. Hope is trusting that things are going to get better.

Fear can be a flag that we are not in our baseline....that something needs to be dealt with. we are called to peace and that peace should be the norm.

“There is no fear in love. But perfect love drives out fear, because fear has to do with punishment. The one who fears is not made perfect in love.”

1 John 4:18

Peace is our inheritance. We are ambassadors of hope.

Fearing the Lord means to be in reverent awe of His holiness, to give Him complete reverence and to honor Him as the God of great glory, majesty, purity and power.

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.

On the other hand, fear, simply stated, is unbelief or weak belief. As unbelief gains the upper hand in our thoughts, fear takes hold of our emotions.

If you never grow in knowing God and his character you will always live in fear and doubt not able to trust Him.

The more we learn about God, the more we can see Him working in our lives and the stronger our faith grows.

Many times we make things we fear bigger than it really is. We lose our faith and trust in God when we do that.

Jesus came to our level to become aquatinted with us and what we are faces in our lives day to day. The blessing of knowing God without actually seeing him.

Peace gives birth to hope.

When Jesus entered the Garden of Gethsemane, it was as if a supernatural cloud of discouragement and fear enveloped the Savior.  Three times He prayed to God, “remove this cup from me, nevertheless not my will, but thine, be done” (Luke 22:41).  So great was His agony and stress that His sweat turned into blood (vs. 44), a rare medical condition known as hematidrosis that usually occurs “under conditions of extreme physical or emotional stress.”

The presence of God is casts away all fear of judgment.

Thank you for another day great day of Battle Prayer!

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