What do you fear? Charles Capps in his book, “The Tongue: A Creative Force,” writes, Fear is the reverse gear of faith. Fear is produced by believing wrong things. Fear is faith in the enemy’s ability.” Are the outcomes in your life the product of fear, or faith? Matthew records the words of Jesus in his gospel 12:35, “The good man brings good things out of the good stored up in him, and the evil man brings evil things out of the evil stored up in him.”
The universal law of attraction, like attracts like is true, whether in the quantum field or the spiritual realm. Fearful words will attract an abundance of fear. Faith filled words will attract more faith into your life. Choose your words carefully. It really does matter!
Every day you face a coin toss, or coin flip, and you must choose whether you will respond with faith or fear. You choice will dictate your outcomes. Bob Proctor says,”Faith and fear both demand you believe in something you cannot see!” This comes as a surprise to some people. If they knew making a faith choice was just as easy as a fear choice, perhaps they might be willing to choose faith more often.
Fear has a whole range of family behaviours. They include disbelief, worry, and anxiety. These expressions in our life run in a neural, emotional network-like rut that takes us deeper and deeper down a hole that can feel like a bottomless pit for some people. The challenge and bondage of such a position is it must be addressed much like an addiction in order to be overcome.
Faith on the other hand brings you into alliance with the fruit of the Spirit, which includes, “love, joy, peace, patience, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, gentleness and self-control” (Galatians 5:22-23). I personally think this is a much better family clan of behaviours to be associated with, how about you?
Faith or fear? Which side of the coin do you choose?