We Don’t Have To Pretend That We’re Not Scared — 5 Comments

  1. Great post Sheryl! I especially love the verse that you chose to go with your post. “When I am afraid, I put my trust in you” (Psalm 56:3 ESV). That is a needed reminder.

  2. Violent attacks seem to be more common these days. What scares me most is that these occurrences will be normalized & accepted as inevitabilities that we will have to deal with…like hurricanes or economic setbacks. Even though chances are that I or any of my loved ones will not fall victim to a terrorist attack, I still feel a considerable amount of anxiety & sadness for those that do. I suppose that God’s plan may very well be to let the world spin out of control. It is, however, comforting to know that He can ease our individual fears.

  3. I am SO thankful that God is able – and wants to – comfort us everytime we are afraid – even when we suffer our own consequences, etc. I know what you’re saying about “God’s plan may very well be to let the world spin out of control.” My prayer is that we not force His hand on that. Yours, too?

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