DEVELOP AN ATTITUDE OF THANKSGIVING AND PRAISE
When you feel your back is up against a wall and there is no way out, hang in there, don’t allow your circumstance to cause you to take on the spirit of being anxious or intimidated; for God has not given you a spirit of fear. Zoom in on who you are in the Lord, cast your cares upon him because he cares for you.
Instead of allowing negative thoughts to mold and shape you, “develop an attitude of thanksgiving and praise.” When you do you become whole within your inner spirit in where you are agreeable, sympathetic, loving, compassionate, and humble, traits the evil one seeks to destroy. Become a model of what you have learned and understand about Jesus and his mission here on earth, follow his pattern.
You are included in the plan of God, therefore you should not allow the spirit of anxious and intimidation to dictate to you contrary what is the will of God for your life. A message from the high and towering God who lives in Eternity, whose name is Holy, “I live in the high and holy places, but also with the spirit-crushed and what I do is put new spirit in them and get them up on their feet again…” (Isaiah: 57:15; MGS).
Set your priority, focus on who you are and whose you are, become a learner and doer of his word. For the scripture says; …collect my counsels and guard them with your life. Tune your ears to the world of Wisdom; set your heart on a life of Understanding…God gives out Wisdom free, is plainspoken in Knowledge and Understanding. He is a rich mine of Common Sense…trust God and listen, don’t assume you know it all, guard clear thinking and common sense with your life, don’t for a minute lose sight of them (Proverbs: 2:1; 3:5-21). These words of thought will help prepare your mind and attitude in such a way you’ll soon recognize the spirit of anxious and intimidation and you’re able to move forth in your created purpose with assurance that God holds your today, tomorrow, your future in his hands.
Finally friends, scripture encourages your heart, “Be anxious for nothing…let your requests be made known to God… (Philippians 4:6; NKJV); Jesus says, “Do not worry about your life…nor have an anxious mind…do not fear, for it is your Father’s good pleasure to give you the kingdom.” (Luke: 12:22-32) Now, consider it all joy in the presence of Jesus, who loves each of us; for, in him there is release from anxiety and intimidation.