Posted by: Pure Glory | 04/03/2015

Feed Faith Starve Fear

iuby Hazel Straub

What kind of food do you feed your soul? What do you rehearse and go over in your mind? Do you think about the negative or do you focus on Jesus and his love for you?

The thoughts we entertain either feed toxic thoughts that depresses or feeds faith. Become aware of what comes in through your sense of vision, taste, smell, touch and sound. You choose to take every thought captive through Christ.  We feed faith by rehearsing on the goodness of the Lord. Fear starves when we meditate on the love that Jesus shows us by paying the price for our sins so we enjoy abundant life. Feed faith and starve fear by renewing your mind.

Finally, brothers and sisters, fill your minds with beauty and truth. Meditate on whatever is honorable, whatever is right, whatever is pure, whatever is lovely, whatever is good, whatever is virtuous and praiseworthy. (Philippians 4:8 Voice)

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  1. It seems that I tend to feed fear as I lay in bed at night. That’s when I will recite Scripture in my mind (over and over) until the feeling has passed. The word of God so fills our minds, our hearts, our souls and our bodies that there is no room for the things NOT of God!

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    • There is nothing like the Word of God to feed our faith!


  2. At the foot of the cross there is fear as in awe and respect for what unfolds for me!

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