The Push to End Fear

It’s hard sometimes to overcome your fears. I like being in a safe bubble. I love stability and do not like change. For most of my life, I allowed fear to stop me. I would try to take shortcuts, avoid the mountain, or have people “take care” of the mountain.

God could tell I was getting too comfortable so He sent me to Jacksonville, FL where my comforts were hours away…far from reach. I had to start fresh with God and me. Though I was fearful, God allowed this new city to challenge and push me head-on into my fears. I was driving on highways, trying new things, meeting new people, and navigating on my own. My family and friends could tell I was coming into my own. I was braver Bianca.

The fears and doubts of darkness would taper with each situation I encountered. When you let go or get pushed, you will realize down the line…I was scared of that!?! It was not that bad. Why did I let this control my life for so long? I felt and still feel that way.

God will push you beyond your comfort zone. He will take away worldly securities and people in your life to make a point: YOU NEED ME AND ME ALONE.

Taper

Blissfully,

Bianca

6 thoughts on “The Push to End Fear

  1. Peter Adewumi says:

    This is a great lesson! Sometimes we have to come out of our shell and stress ourselves beyond the limit. Comfort and safe zones put a limit on our progress. they do not give room for improvement. oLd house, old friends, old ways. Nothing new! It is only new parts and paths that depict growth. Thanks for sharing the experience.

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  2. Peter Adewumi says:

    This is a great lesson! Sometimes we have to come out of our shell and stretch ourselves beyond the limit. Comfort and safe zones put a limit on our progress. They do not give room for improvement. Old house, old friends, old ways. Nothing new! It is only new parts and paths that depict growth. Thanks for sharing the experience.

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