You get to choose your response to fear.
You can let it push you into earthly things, or use it as a signal to run to Jesus.
Even when the outcome seems positive - such as over-achievement - if the root motive is fear then the positives simply won't last.
Let fear push you to Jesus not over-achievement (you don't have to prove yourself).
Let fear push you to Jesus not self-preservation (you don't have to protect yourself).
Let fear push you to Jesus not over-indulgence (you don't have to comfort yourself).
Let fear push you to Jesus not self-medication (you don't have to numb yourself).
Let fear push you to Jesus not control (you don't have to know everything).
Let fear push you to Jesus.
The only thing we should look to do with our fear is to take it to Jesus and let His perfect love banish it from our hearts and minds.
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