Fight this Fear Biblical Declarations

Speak the word and change your world

Day 1

God has not given me the spirit of fear but of power, of love and of a sound mind.

2 Timothy 1:7

Day 2

There is no room for fear in my heart for God’s perfect love casts out fear from my heart

1 John 4:18

Day 3

I do not entertain fear in my heart nor in my household for it does not profit me anything.

Deuteronomy 31:8

Day 4

Today I embrace faith filled thoughts that are true, loving and are pure.

  Philippians 4:8

Day 5

My heart is the temple of God it will not become a habitation to fear.

1 Corinthians 3:16

Day 6

I am faith-filled not fear full.

Matthew 17:20

Day 7

Though I walk through the valley of the shadow of death, I will fear no evil for God is with me. His rod and his staff they comfort me.

 Psalm 23:4

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8 thoughts on “Fight this Fear Biblical Declarations”

  1. Thank you Ayoola for taking out time to put this piece together. It equips the mind to exercise faith over fear and anxiety. God bless you richly.


  2. Wow. …so Inspirational! Thanks Ayoola for letting us know that God’s word is the antidote for fear. ….that God has not given us the spirit of fear….that fear is the opposite of faith….am sure blessed by this piece. May God multiply His grace upon your life.🙏


  3. Thought provoking words Ayoola.
    In the initial three weeks of the lockdown down, I had a sense of foreboding as the reports of deaths in Italy and UK piled up. However, this led me to plug in more to God in prayer.
    My go to song of worship was “Waymaker”. That soothed my anxious soul.

    But one of the great thing to come out of this was the ability to reach out and check up on friends I had not seen nor spoken to in years.

    The biggest one is that- for the first time in a few years, my father and all His Children (I and my siblings) raised a family Altar of Prayer unto God.
    We have done this now for over 3 weeks (every single day, connecting online to pray, worship and have banter 🤣).
    This has brought joy, rest, and assurance of Gods protection over us all.

    The other thing, has been the word of God!
    Psalm 91 is my ‘Best Friend’, an anchor for my soul.

    So to conclude:
    – The Word of God has been the best medicine.
    – Prayer (private & collective) has been beautiful and humbling.
    – Raising and refreshing family bonds is priceless.

    This lockdown has allowed me to hear and think better.

    I hate that people are sick and have died. I will keep praying for it to end as quickly as it came.

    But once the lockdown is lifted, I will miss the time of solitude in these unprecedented times.
    I hope and pray for a personal transformation and for all parts of my life which need work- to be made new by God, accompanied with Grace, Wisdom and strength to remain in it.


    1. Thanks so much for sharing Adesuwa. Raising a prayer altar is definitely very important during this period. It’s also very important to keep connecting with people both loved ones, acquaintances and those we have lost touch with. You’r eon the right track. Thanks so much for your comment. May God protect us all.


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