SCRIPT FOR TODAY: 03/04/15- “Me, Afraid? Of What?” (Psalm 56:4)
Premise Question: In reality, is there any reasonable, or even unreasonable proof, that we, who are children of The Most High, should ever be frightened by anything or afraid of anyone, in this life?
I praise God for what he has promised. I trust in God, so why should I be afraid? What can mere mortals do to me? (Psalms 56:4 NLT)
With grateful homage, great tribute and high praise, I exalt and extol The Sovereign LORD God Almighty, for His declarations of certitude, made on my behalf and for my greatest benefit. Papa God has assured me, with His word of honor, His absolute sure guarantee, upon which I place my complete hope, trust and reliance in; so, for what cause, or for what reason, should I ever be apprehensive, being filled with terror or anxious about anything, or fearful of anyone? After all, what can mortal flesh and blood really do to me, a favored child of The Most High? (Psalms 56:4 PDCP)
Bottom Line: Promises, promises! They’re made all the time, by multitudes of individuals and most of the time, with good intentions, but there’s only One who has always faithfully kept every one He’s ever made, Papa God. We can place our complete confidence and trust, with full assurance, that Papa God will do all that He says He’ll do, every time, on time, with perfect timing! So, when Papa God is for us, it doesn’t matter who or what may be against us! (Romans 8:31) Papa God has promised that He will not ever fail or abandon us! (Hebrews 13:5) Papa God tells us that He is always at the ready to give us His help, strength and protection! (Psalm 46:1) Papa God assures us that even when we are surrounded by our enemies and facing some dire straits, that His presence is surely all around us, with His comfort, peace, protection and provision. (Psalm 23) And, He’s promised us, that one day we will receive all the rights and privileges of His rightful heirs, including a glorious new body, one that will last for all of eternity, which will be spent in His glorious presence. (Romans 8:23) So, me, afraid? Afraid of what or who? Ha! Nothing and no one! (Job 42:2) Blessings…
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