He’s Got This

I’m on a separate path.  Not the same as everyone else.

God is telling me in Isaiah 8 to look at what everyone else is afraid of and……

don’t be afraid.

If you’re a believer, he’s telling you that, too.

“Don’t fear what they fear.”

We have so much we could be afraid of –







and so much more.

When we are trusting in Jesus as our Savior, we don’t need to be afraid of those things.  Jesus is walking right next to us, guiding us through everything that happens to us – working it out for our good.

Dying can be a constant fear hanging over our heads like a big, black thundercloud.  This ominous cloud sends down lighting which strikes us – often by surprise and  without reason.

But those of us who trust in God don’t need to fear our own deaths.  In God’s eyes, death on earth is life is heaven.  His son or daughter comes home – leaving behind all of the pain and sin in this world.

No more tears.

No more trials.

God tells us we have nothing to fear – not even death.  He’s got this.

Thank you, Abba Father.

6 thoughts on “He’s Got This

  1. Thank you.
    I have always liked Isaiah. I just looked up chapter 8 that you had pointed out and wow! It certainly came alive! Thank you for sending me over to re-read it this morning!

    1. Great! Thanks for sharing. I have to admit- every year when I start reading Isaiah, I have to take a minute to pray that God will show me some new things. It’s a big book and I don’t understand it all. I love the messianic prophecies but I have to really count on God to open my eyes to his messages for me and what he wants me to share. Thanks for the encouragement!💙

  2. Marilyn Strate

    Thank you Judy for sharing. God uses you to speak to me. I always enjoy the messages you share and receive His peace. I continue to pray for you and your family. Love you!

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