God can be a powerful ally in overcoming our fears, however a person must know where to begin.
At times, our fears and anxieties may seem too powerful to overcome, however there is one person who is stronger than your fears and that is the power of God. God can be a powerful ally in overcoming our fears, however a person must know where to begin.
The key is to talk to God about your problem and then use him as your main foundation in overcoming your fears. A person can go to church or to a quiet place during the day to tell God that they are having a problem. They should tell God how they feel and ask God for some of his help. Each and every day, a person should make it up a habit to talk to God and ask for his help.
Rely on God on a regular basis. Believe that he will help you overcome your fears. A person can read the Bible, go to church, or join a small church group where members pray for one another. Get in the habit of including God in your life. As you do these things, it will be easier to trust in Him with your problems.
When using the help of God to manage your fears, a person needs to be aware of how God is working in their life. Most of the time God works in mysterious ways and the answers he provides might not be that obvious. A person must be aware of God being in their life even when they are dealing with their fears and anxieties.
Continue to seek help in managing your fears. Talking to a minister, priest or counselor can give you additional advice and insights on how to deal with your current problem. Remember that there is nothing wrong in asking for help and assistance.
Finally, the most important thing is to continue praying and talking to God. Talk to God as if you were talking to a friend. Read the Bible and pray hard. Be persistent and be open in the avenues that God may provide to you in solving your problem. It is not always easy, however God is in control and he will help you if you ask him.
Stan Popovich is the author of “A Layman’s Guide to Managing Fear Using Psychology, Christianity and Non Resistant Methods”.For additional information go to: http://www.managingfear.com/