Fear in the sense of respect is good.
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No Fear
By Pastor Mark Jeske

There is a line of BMX clothing called No Fear. I suppose the hook is to make the wearers think that they are as cool as the motocross guys who fearlessly swoop around the dirt track. Is it good to have no fear at all?

Fear in the sense of respect is good. We should all fear and respect Satan’s vow to destroy us. We should all respect God’s words and will. But sometimes our peace of mind and cheerful spirit are ruined by fears that God thinks are small. Do you dread bad things that might happen? Does your mind always go to the worst possible outcome? Does a cold make you think of pneumonia? Does a stock market dip make you dread bankruptcy?

“As for me, I watch in hope for the Lord, I wait for God my Savior; my God will hear me” (Micah 7:7). The One who is listening when you pray commands ten thousand times ten thousand angels. There is no limit to his power, to his love for you, or to his willingness to help you.

Happy life rule #1: Don’t sweat the small stuff. Happy life rule #2: Relax. God thinks your troubles are mostly small stuff. No fear. Really.

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