fear has 10,000 faces, but all of them are designed to do one thing…
… to make you stop. what. you. are. being. called. to. do.
Fear has so many weapons at its disposal:
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… and on and on. Fear wears masks that don’t look anything like fear, but it’s still fear.
Fear that you may actually be called to teach.
Fear that you may actually be called to lead.
Fear that you may actually be called to help people.
Fear that you may actually be called to be sober.
Fear that change is not only possible, but grace-ful and grace-sent.
Most of my life has been oriented around giving into fear, giving it too much attention, listening to its seductive, whispering voice.
But the good news is that I don’t have to listen. And neither do you. There is something out there waiting for you to do. There is a person waiting for a phone call, a prayer to be prayed, a song to be sung.
Even better news is that fear is ultimately powerless. Pick up the phone, bow the knee, sing the song and fear runs and hides (for another day, but that’s for… well… another day) ….
1. What should you be doing?
2. Who should you “be becoming”?
3. What are you afraid of?
That is all.