“Don’t fear the darkness” is not always about being afraid in a dark room. It also means being afraid of the unknown, a fear that suggests bad things will happen to you because of circumstances around you that are deemed as inevitable.
Bad medical reports come at you and present you with a fear of what could happen, and that fear can set your mind into a panic and actually determine your future if you let it.
The doctors tell you the facts and then add all the possibilities and probabilities that they foresee based on their physical findings and documented cases. It is their obligation to give you their human educated advice for your situation.
But do you have to accept it? What does God say?
God tells us to have faith – faith in His Word and the promises for good health that He has given us, faith in what He said He has done for us through the cross, and faith in His spirit who will do it.
We study God’s Word and learn the promises that He has given to us who believe. It is His will that we prosper and be in good health.
We build our faith through reading and prayer so that we can accept what was accomplished on the cross. By His stripes we ARE HEALED.
And we trust His spirit who lives in us – the same spirit that raised Christ from the dead – that He will heal us.
We need to surround ourselves with like-minded people who will agree with us in prayer and take a stand expecting to receive healing. And we should also surround ourselves with music that testifies with our spirit of God’s love and power. Music is crucial in building our faith.
Don’t fear the darkness is one of these songs that will bless you and encourage you to look to God and to not be afraid of the darkness around you. Click here and be blessed as my dear friend sings a song that he wrote to encourage us to trust God.
“Be ye not unequally yoked together with unbelievers: for what fellowship has righteousness with unrighteousness? and what communion has light with darkness?” 2 Cor. 6:14