So, I have a confession to make: I have fear.
You see, I moved to a new city a few weeks ago. I didn’t have a job to go to, I didn’t move for family, I just moved because God said so.
No other explanation. God wanted me to go, and I couldn’t say no to that. But that comes with a new set of issues. Like, what in the world am I going to do for employment, where should we live, stuff like that. So, you could say I’m a bit scared of what is to come.
But I have faith.
If God is truly God, and He wants me in a place, wouldn’t it be reasonable to assume that He would give me the resources to stay and prosper? On paper, that sounds like a perfect. logical argument. Unfortunately, in real life, my faith and my fear fight all the time. If my human eyes can’t see it, then it must not be true. But my faith tells me that God will come through, He has to because it’s His nature.
Bottom line: faith will cause fear in you. Your human mind and heart can’t understand your spiritual faith. Part of being faithful is facing that fear. Having faith is not the removal of fear. It is choosing not to believe that fear.
Whatever God is telling you to do, go and do it. If it is from Him, He will be at your side. If He is for you, nothing can destroy you.