Although we are living in dangerous times, we do not have to be afraid. Believers operate in the Kingdom of God, therefore, we have the supernatural ability to live fearlessly and victoriously, even in the midst of chaos. Rest assured; God will shield His people from the evil that will increase in these last days.

We do not have to be full of cares (Philippians 4:6, AMP).
  1. Rely on God and trust His supernatural ability to take care of you and protect you.
    1. Instead of worrying, make your petitions known to God.
    2. God has secured our lives.
  2. Cast all your worries and concerns on God for He cares for you affectionately (1 Peter 5:6-7, AMP).
    1. There are certain things you will not be able to do in your natural ability.
    2. When you rely on God completely, He accepts the responsibility of taking care of you.
      1. Refuse to worry about what is going on in the world (Psalm 37:1-10, AMP).
      2. Do not be envious of wicked people; they will soon be cut off.
      3. There is profit in serving God.
      4. Trust in the Lord and do good; then all will be well with you.
      5. Delight yourself in the Lord and He will give you the desires of your heart.
      6. Commit your way to Him; roll each care on Him.
      7. Cease from anger and rest in Him.
      8. Wait on Him and you will inherit what He promised.

  1. Worry is the response of an un-renewed human heart toward the difficulties in life.
    1. The Apostle Paul and his companions were in a stressful and dangerous environment in Asia (1 Corinthians 1:8-10, AMP).
      1. They were unbearably weighed down, and began to hate life itself.
      2. However, they learned to depend on God for strength and security in the midst of turmoil.
        1. They acknowledged God’s great power to deliver them; they knew He would save them.
    2. God still delivers today!
      1. He provides a way of escape from dire situations.
      2. He will deliver you from destruction and draw you to Himself.

Scripture References:

  • Philippians 4:6, AMP
  • 1 Peter 5:6, 7, AMP
  • Psalm 37:1-10, AMP
  • 1 Corinthians 1:8-10, AMP