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My children are not afraid; that should be your declaration. Fear is bad. Fear is evil. Fear is from the devil. Fear has torment. Fear means False Evidence Appearing Real.

2 Tim 1:7 (NKJV)For God has not given us a spirit of fear, but of power and of love and of a sound mind.

The good news is that God has not given us the spirit of fear. In God, we have something more than fear.

Rather than fear, God has given us the spirit of power, love, and a sound mind. Declare that my children are not afraid.

When you are scared, what do you do?


Praying helps you to get an understanding of what to do or not to do. Prayer is a tool to help you understand what is happening and how to deal with it.

Never allow fear into your life.

Also, talk to your parents about your fear. Don’t internalize. Talk to your teachers as well. Always learn to open up.

The major thing is that you shouldn’t allow fear – any of your false expectations appearing real, to stop you from doing what you’re supposed to do.

Don’t allow fear stop you from achieving your dreams. Declare again: My children are not afraid.

God doesn’t want you to have any form of fear and even if you do, He asks you to release them all to Him. He can carry them all and has the solution to solving them.

God bless you. Amen.

Lord, thank you for helping me with my fears. I am grateful for all the ways you do so. Amen.

Action point:
Release everything to God. Hold nothing back.

I am no longer a slave to fear, I am a child of God. My children are not afraid.

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