“God is love.. . .There is no room in love for fear. Well-formed love banishes fear.”
I’ve discovered the secret to vanquishing fear. Love; mature, unconditional, love. I’ve found it. I told you i used to be afraid of dying as an unknown entity. Well, not anymore. I’ve found unconditional, unbiased, love. Now I can live in the country on an isolated road. As long as love is present with me; I’m filled with joy. I’m like a kid in a candy store because love has found me. I’m at peace because God has given me peace!
The love of God surrounds me whereever I am. Because of this I can’t die unknown. In fact my life is eternal because I was eternally created in God. I’m changing now; I’m growing now. But I no longer fear not having people at my funeral or dying alone. In fact I feel no fear; I feel life. Love does conquer fear; love does motivate us to excellence because of who we are. Love is everything!
Published by Earl J. Griffin, Sr.
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2 thoughts on “Perfect Love Casts Out Fear”
I’m glad you had a second chance at love. That fear has left and been replaced with love. There is hope for others.
Perfect love does cast out fear. However, when it does it normally creates a storm that purges the person involved.