Fear Comes to Torment Us

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One of the tactics of the enemy is fear. Fear has torment. We need to realize that when fear wants to attack us, we need to deal with it. Switch on your positive control system and begin to speak everything opposite to that fear. We need to stay the mind of our head with the mind of our heart where thee (Holy Spirit) is located. We have to keep that substance (images of hope) in our incubator in place, by using the Word against what the fear is saying to us in our head.

The enemy is going to bring up your past history of false perceptions, failures, bad experiences for only one reason. He’s showing you images from your past so you will put your trust in what has happened before that didn’t work. If you take his bait, this causes an exchange of substance (images) in your heart. If he is successful in getting you to trust in what you’ve already seen before, that is the opposite of what you heard from God, he knows you will abort the baby growing in your incubator of faith. Learning to trust in God by faith that comes to you must be developed. Trusting in God comes by developing a relationship with Him. This takes time spent with Him.

Synergy with the Holy Spirit inside of you brings you into alignment with all things necessary for everything to fall into place. Fusion is what causes alignment. Fusion is the coming together of two or more entities to form something much heavier that releases a great deal of energy that could not be released otherwise. Synergy requires alignment, alignment brings fusion. The weight of God is called His glory. When the energy of your spirit (your positive control system) is in alignment with the energy of God it causes a power of energy release that is greater than the sum of the parts. This is the Holy Spirit and your spirit co-creating as one.

We must trust in Him first, then have faith, then come into alignment with Holy Spirit to cause a fusion that will bring about a great reward. If we don’t have enough trust in Him that is no problem. He always meets us where we need to start, or restart, even if that is for the ten thousandth and one time. He never stops meeting us if we seek Him first. He never leaves us nor forsakes us.

Matthew 6:33 says, “But seek ye first the kingdom of God, and his righteousness; and all these things shall be added unto you.” We seek the kingdom of God first to develop a relationship with Him to find out who He says we are. In that relationship He reveals things about us to us; that are hidden in us for us. This relationship develops our trust in Him and His trust in us. He reveals things to us when He can trust us. . Ps 37:4 days, “Delight thyself also in the LORD: and he shall give thee the desires of thine heart.”

Is it possible that we have been too hard on ourselves and others to believe that something didn’t happen because someone didn’t have enough faith? I know this to true in my life. I thought I had enough faith for something and couldn’t understand why it didn’t happen. The Lord had to deal with me about my level of trust in Him and reveal to me what it can do to my faith.

Without a firm trust in God your hope can become compromised. When your hope becomes compromised , your faith is shattered. When your faith is shattered, the substance of things hoped for are gone. Is it becoming clearer to you how important trust needs to be.

This is the reason 1 Timothy 1:19 talks about your faith being shipwrecked. “Holding fast to faith (that leaning of the entire human personality on God in absolute trust and confidence) and having a good (clear) conscience. By rejecting and thrusting from them [their conscience], some individuals have made shipwreck of their faith.” (AMP)

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