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Already There

August 16, 2013

As we saw with Sam’s story this week, many of us fear something. Sometimes it’s a mission trip and other times it’s the idea of changing churches or taking a new job. Many fear moving to a new place. What we fail to realize is something Sam caught onto: God is there and He is calling and waiting on you.

Today I challenge you to examine yourself and identify one of your fears. Ask yourself “why do I fear this?” Take this into the weekend and examine Scripture and see what it has to say about this issue.

Take a moment and watch this video of “Already There” by Casting Crowns. It has the lyrics on the screen, so just listen, enjoy, and reflect. Face your fear head on this week, because God is “Already There.”

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2 Comments
  1. Loving these Friday posts, especially because they me pause and absorb the song and your words! Rest is good, no?

    • I seem to have stumbled upon something with these Friday posts. Never intended to do this many in this format. But for now, they seem to have stuck. They are a nice change for me to put together also.

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