Stephanie Pavlantos: Fear has a Voice, but We don’t have to Listen. — 11 Comments

  1. Stephanie, great post! Very interesting about what you said about the one who fears being controlling and untrusting. I know firsthand that being controlled and not trusted, because of abuse, produces fear (in the one on the receiving end). However, I never thought about my abuser being fearful, and that was what was producing his control and being unable to trust. It makes perfect sense. Thank God, He has delivered me from fear with the truth of love, power, and a sound mind. He is my Mighty God.

  2. Great devotion, Stephanie! I loved this line especially: “We must be teachable. God lets nothing go to waste. If He can’t use it for our good, then it won’t happen.”

  3. Stephanie, great word on Fear. Yes I could find myself in this great devotion but thank you for the reminder to not believe the lies of the enemy. Amen, we are more than conquerors. Thanks again. May God continue to bless you.

  4. This statement is an eye opener: “Did you know Fear has friends?”. The domino effect of fear is horrible and so damaging if we let it play out. This is one of Satan’s greatest tools, and we always need to keep this in mind. Thanks, Stephanie.

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