A stand against fear

Recently, I was mowing and reached down to dislodge some thick grass stuck in the blade. I felt a sharp pang on the tip of my pointer finger, through the glove I was wearing. At first I thought, “Well, that wasn’t smart.” But during the previous few months I’d been praying to know that nothing could interfere with my listening to God and hearing His direction. So I calmly stopped right where I was and quietly paid attention to what God was telling me is true about His kingdom.  

What came to me was the sentence, ”I won’t be arrested by fear.” In Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures, in her allegory of a court case, Mary Baker Eddy writes, “It was Fear who handcuffed Mortal Man and would now punish him” (p. 436). 

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