With so many things happening around the world and, lots of things going on in our daily lives, it might become so overwhelming to stay happy and to remain fulfilled. But God is always available to help and see us through. We are also here to help you with this kind of message of hope for a better life.
Lots of people are so scared of people’s opinions that they have decided to settle for mediocrity life. They become so afraid that they can’t even share the truth about their lives. They become forced to live fake lives based on how people and the world want them to leave.
To be able to survive in this journey called life, courage, and determination are needed to become that person God ordained you to be.
Here are seven fears to avoid when you want to become real and fulfilled in life.
Fear of Rejection – It’s when you’re afraid of being rejected by people. You are scared of what people will say when you come out plain and truthful. Well, the good news about this is, when people reject you, God steps forward to carry, support, and fill you with the courage to carry on. God will open a new door you never knew existed in your life. You will become bold to stand for who you are and what you are born to do. Fear of loneliness has kept lots of people stuck, but sometimes that is what is required to get to the next level in life.
Fear of Failure- Fear of failure is when you become so scared to aim high, and you’re too afraid to fail, it makes you want to hide and stay in that comfort zone. In life, there is a lot to learn from failure. When you fail try again and again until you win, because there are experiences in that failure that will make way for you. Many that have made it in life today always reject failure as their last answer. So, when you are determined to win and become fulfilled, you will never allow failure, to become an excuse to stay low.
Fear of Criticism- People will always have something to say, so get rid of people’s opinions of you. People will always like to criticize you for standing out. When you become bold enough to follow your dream just the way God planned it, others will have no choice but to respect and accept you for who you’re.
Fear of Disappointment- The journey of life comes with lots of disappointments. There will be lots of betrayals, even from those we love and trust. Move on, no matter how hurtful it is, because life is full of surprises, so get prepared for the unknown so that, when life hits you, you will know how to bounce back in full strength.
Fear of Uniqueness- When I say this, it means being afraid to be your real self. In this world with lots of competition, it is so difficult for many to stay in their uniqueness. Most people want to be like what they see on social media. They drift away from their true self and talent. When you are scared to operate from a place of your uniqueness, you will find yourself in a circle of life, trying to fit into every mode and trend. This leads to confusion and unsettled life.
Fear of Loneliness- No one wants to be all alone by themselves, but sometimes that is what is needed to rediscover you and your life purpose. In that quiet moments when you feel rejected and betrayed. Try to stay focused on the lessons being served. Take time to figure out who you really are, and what you are here on earth to achieve. When you finally figure it out, true friends will locate you.
Fear of Zero Support- We all want to be supported, but sometimes it is better to dig that hole to your success all by yourself. You might need to start gradually. Take one step at a time, and allow God’s light directs you all the way through. When you lay that foundation of self-love, it will attract heavy favor to you.
Isaiah 60 reading all the way to the end makes us understand that when your time finally arrived. God will make kings and queens bow down before you. Your table will be decorated with gold and silver. Get out of bed, Jerusalem! Wake up. Put your face in the sunlight. God’s bright glory has risen for you. God has never failed his children so you will never be left alone.
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