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TRUST JESUS TODAY
What you fear and how it must go.
Fear. what is it?
is it a feeling of terror?
A feeling of doom.
It is both and can actually make you go boom.
The ways to deal are in the word
for the heavenly father says do not fear
for I am your father and will keep you near
My feathers I will spread
and gather round you
to keep you safe from the fear.
Fear not the things that enter the mind
but block them with heavenly thoughts
the kind that are mine.
I made you to love and to turn to me and walk.
talk and teach people of me.
For all these things I will give
if you just allow me and do not fear.
I am the creator of heaven and earth
even time does not move without my word.
so look to him for guidance and strength
and he shall deliver these heavenly things.
For I have made you out of me
To be strong in your walk and fear nothing
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