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I was studying that verse just last week! It really is glorious to realize that what you fear is in the hands of God. Thank you so much for sharing and of the amazing reminder that God is in control! Have a blessed day!
I struggle with this too, especially the part about people i love dying. I am often consumed by that fear. I had an aunt who was 31 pass away, a cousin who was 24. My brother in laws fiancee was 26 and two of my best friends were 19 & 21. I find myself out with people and thinking " who is next" This is one of my favorite verses. I love it, I often just wish I could make my head agree with my heart;)
I have a lot of fears like that too. My biggest is the what if someone dies. Thanks for sharing that verse and quote, very uplifting and comforting! :)
I also struggle with fear! I was studying just this morning about God being our prince of peace. I found a verse that really stuck out to me from Isaiah and it said: "the fruit of righteousness will be peace; the effects of righteousness will be quietness and confidence forever...". Thank you again for sharing ~ your post was truly an encouragement!
I struggle with this, too. I think we all do. I've blogged a bit about it but I recently lost a baby and had to have my tube removed. Because of this, I am afraid we will not have more kids. We've been trying for months with no luck. It's hard to trust that God has a plan and that he will carry it out in his own time.
This is a topic I write on often. I love that verse...it is one of my favorite related to fear.
Love the honesty and love that you are getting back to more post like these! These are all legitimate fears, but I think you're on the right path with trusting in the Lord. Just give it all to Him and he will watch over you!
I just found your blog and am so encouraged by it! This post is such a great reminder of God's faithfulness, even in times of trouble or worry. And what a great verse to memorize!
Hey Emily, I came across your blog in the FancyLittleThings Blog directory and I'm glad I did! I'm now a new follower. Thanks for sharing this post. God is so much greater than our fear! What a great reminder. -Shaina
Thank you for sharing that scripture. I recently have been struggling with all kinds of random fear. Reading that makes a whole lot of sense, and brings a sense of calm. :)
I struggle with fear too. God is so good and faithful though and He knows how to take care of us. It's so freeing to let worry go! Love that verse.
This is definitely something I think everyone struggles with to some degree! Thank you for the scripture and reminder that we need to not be so worried and to just trust in God!
Thank you for posting this, I needed it. How God works in mysterious ways..I posted today about my own personal fear(s). It's comforting to know that I'm not alone.
I always wonder if I'm the only one who worries like this? We call it the Irish Mother Syndrome since Irish mothers are notorious for their worrisome and we are a veeeery Irish family. I've learned to have faith and not let it restrict what I do and do not do. I find myself praying to God about whatever worries me and it helps a lot to know someone is listening!
I have definitely been going through this lately and can totally relate! It is great that you recognize it and knowing who (God) to go to!
Emily I love your blog! You seem SO sweet.. and loving. Thanks for blogging. Reading your posts seemed refreshing.. and honest and made my night.Thanks for sharing your life and your love! :)
Lately I have' been struggling with "what ifs" too. I heard that Chris Tomlin song Whom Shall I Fear? and it reallllly gave me peace. So silly to worry about what if's when God is on our side.
Beautiful post! & love that verse! I truly believe we have a purpose in this life but it's so hard to be courageous all the time and to just simply let go and give it to Him. Or at least, for me it's hard to do. I know I've said this before but I absolutely love your relationship with the Lord, I think it's so beautiful.
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