Back in January, 2015, I put up a post entitled Fear and Worry. In light of our current events, I still want to say, “Fear Not” to myself and to each one of you. That may be, however easier said than done. As a believer, it is good to remember that this phrase “fear not” is in the Word 365 times, one for each day of the calendar year.
Even as we make a conscious choice to be brave, courageous, and set aside our fear, we and the ones we love can take specific precautions for our own personal safety.
Our smart phones are forever in our hands. [pullquote]An anxious word weighs a man down, but a kind word cheers him up.” Proverbs 12:25[/pullquote] And why wouldn’t they be? They aid us in directions, take our photos, find info for us, and help us stay connected. But our phone can also be the one thing that serves as a distraction in circumstances that can go bad very quickly.
Read on for four very important and timely safety tips:
Consider sharing this brief post, potentially saving a life.
Together, shoulder-to-shoulder, we can fight back against the evil in our world.
A friend shared this with me, and I wanted to pass it onto you. Allow ten minutes for viewing. An awesome young lady shares her heart in an original poem about her perspective on our broken world and where we can find hope.