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Using God’s Armor to Combat Fear: Raising Our Shield of Faith

Norma Poore continues her series on Using God’s Armor to Combat Fear with our shield of faith. She started with an introduction to the series, discussion of the Belt of Truth and Breastplate of Righteousness, then the need for our Shoes of Readiness.  My Shield of Faith was Tested A few months ago, I received… Continue reading Using God’s Armor to Combat Fear: Raising Our Shield of Faith

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Using God’s Armor to Combat Fear: Wearing Our Shoes of Readiness

Norma Poore continues the series on using God's armor to combat fear by wearing our shoes of readiness Paul discusses in Ephesians. Read the introduction to the series here and how to use the belt of truth and breastplate of righteousness.  The Pain of Rejection It hurts when a friendship ends. It hurts when we… Continue reading Using God’s Armor to Combat Fear: Wearing Our Shoes of Readiness

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“You Say”: When a Song Becomes a Weapon

That Little Voice We all know that little voice deep inside our head. Sometimes, it is our conscience, our internal moral compass. It reminds us of the difference between right and wrong. Other times, it is our conviction when we sin. It moves us to seek forgiveness and humility when we know we are wrong.… Continue reading “You Say”: When a Song Becomes a Weapon

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Using God’s Armor to Combat Fear: The Belt and Breastplate

God's Armor Combats Fear Using the Belt of Truth and Breastplate of Righteousness Here I am again. I end up in a mess way too often. When will I learn? I strive to trust God, yet often, I do not. I trust in myself instead of His truth.  My mantra is, “I got this." This… Continue reading Using God’s Armor to Combat Fear: The Belt and Breastplate

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Three Lion-Sized Steps to Banish the Enemy’s Attacks

  Behold, the Lion. Fear is a crazy thing. And no one is free from the struggle. I know, newsflash, right? But it’s a God-given emotion, meant to drive us back to Him. Whether it’s fear of being unable to find a parking space (anyone?) or fear of facing a cloaked and armed stranger in… Continue reading Three Lion-Sized Steps to Banish the Enemy’s Attacks

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A Bad Case of the What-Ifs: Encounters with Fear

A father who asked for my school picture instead of my report card because appearance was more important to him than how well I did in school. Fast forward to God allowing a diagnosis of breast cancer. But what if it makes me ugly? A husband who said it doesn’t matter what I think because… Continue reading A Bad Case of the What-Ifs: Encounters with Fear

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Using God’s Armor to Combat Fear: Series Intro

Paul's Message to Believers about God's Armor Paul tells Christians that our struggle is not with people, but, “…against the rulers, against the powers, against the world forces of this darkness, against the spiritual forces of wickedness in the heavenly places.” He also says I need to put on all the armor of God so… Continue reading Using God’s Armor to Combat Fear: Series Intro

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Leaning In and Out: A Widow’s Journey Beyond Fear

I sat at my kitchen table, staring into space as my brother packed to visit my sister. He spent two weeks with me following the death of my sweet husband, Sam. My fears realized, it was time to lean in even harder to the Lord. “Are you going to be okay?” my brother said before… Continue reading Leaning In and Out: A Widow’s Journey Beyond Fear