Alexander the Great recognized this fact and spoke to his men acknowledging that it was normal to be scared. Nobody took any offense. He hit the spot: Death, the greatest fear of all!
I have done some serious reading concerning Alexander the Great, his personality and his strategies in battles and life. As he said:
“Conquer your fear, and I promise you, you will conquer death”
-Alexander the Great
I can recall, back in time, that it was hard to admit that there was fear in my life. I started observing myself and I learned that one thing does not conflict the other. What I mean is that being afraid to do something did not stop me from doing it. Fear might freeze me for a while but shortly after I move on and do what I have and want to do even if I am afraid to death.
I learned that I can walk together with my fear towards my destination; walk next to my fear; talk to my fear and in time to overcome it through Christ who overcame the world. I learned that I can become a friend to my fear; I do not need to fight my fear but accepted its existence; talk to it and talk about it; face the fear and continue walking the path of my vision. The fear will be replaced in time with joy. Fear will faint in time, it will disappear.
I pray that our Father in Heavens holds you close to Him, protects you in all that you do today, I pray that you keep yourselves close to Him allowing to guide you in what is to be done today and focus on it than to any fear. In Jesus Name I pray, amen!
A new day, a day for new starts!
Love from this side of the world,
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