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31 Day Dealing with Fear Challenge! Day 26

Challenge 26: “Something bad is going to happen!” Paul finishes Philippians 4:8 with whatever is excellent and praiseworthy. The first is excellence ar-et’-ay, same as the previous word admirable (Goodness, Virtue). However Paul is changing the game. All the other thinking was on concepts but now he turns to thinking about God and more specifically…

31 Day Dealing with Fear Challenge! Day 25

Challenge 25: Full of the Truth of Grace. The power of the Christian life is the foundation of God’s amazing grace. Jesus came for of the truth of Grace. We have tried to separate the two, we have used analogies that they are two parts of a coin, yet when we look at the Greek…

31 Day Dealing with Fear Challenge! Day 24

Challenge 24: A Time to Heal. Continuing in Philippians 4:8, Paull tells us to credit our minds with whatever is lovely. the Greek word used here is pros-fee-lace’ or what is pleasing, acceptable, grateful, personal affection, hence, dearly prized, i.e. worth the effort to have and embrace. At his time we need to be focused…

31 Day Dealing with Fear Challenge! Day 23

Challenge 23: “You Haven’t Done Enough!” Paul tells us to fill our minds with that which is pure. the Greek word here is hag-nos. In other words thoughts that are not mixed with guilt or condemnation. This is the enemies greatest weapon against Christians and when we fill our minds with these types of thoughts we…

31 Day Dealing with Fear Challenge! Day 22

Challenge 22: Time to Reign! Paul tells us in Philippians 4:8 to think on things that are right. The Greek word he uses here is (dik’-ah-yos). This word means, Righteousness. Paul wants us to focus on who Christ made you to be. He wants us to get acquainted with the teaching about righteousness and not…