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The Bible calls us to "fear not" on many occasions. But just how is that accomplished when every news item seems designed to get us wringing our hands? The real and the honest-to-goodness truth is that we have no promises that what we fear the most won't happen. Yet our fears do not deserve the deepest parts of us, nor do they deserve our attention or allegiance. Instead, we should offer our attention and allegiance to God, who is trustworthy, who is truth, and whose promises are real.
And the sooner we allow ourselves to address the truth about our fears, the sooner we can allow God in to redeem them. Once we gaze upon our fears with honest indignation, we can see that, yes, God is even bigger than the worst thing we can imagine. Leader's Guide Included.
Number of Pages: 160
Publication Date: 2018
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Using her own story as a catalyst, Maria Furlough shows readers how to overcome fear for good. She calls readers to make a list of their fears, to choose to bring those fears to God rather than acting on them, and to trust God with the future. She shows how when we give God full control over our lives, choosing his sovereignty over our own ability, we can break the cycle of fear, grow through suffering, and trust God to fulfill his promises of protection and peace.
Anyone who is filled with anxiety over their personal circumstances, the state of the world today, or even their fear-clogged social media feeds will welcome this hands-on journey from fear to freedom.