RE: Fear Is a Liar!! In reading other people’s stories here, I am reminded how blessed I am that the LORD has allowed me to stay on this earth longer to be with my family & friends. I NEVER want to come across as complaining, because the LORD has done such wonderful things for me. Most of all, HE has saved me = SALVATION! Regarding the song Fear Is a Liar. I am still recovering from brain surgery (brain tumor removed April 2017)..Fatigue & Brain fog our my most challenging symptoms as I strive to take care of my home & family. I was feeling very overwhelmed a week ago, and while my son was driving me to do an errand, His son/my 7 yr. old Grandson was in the car who I am very close with. I was explaining my cognitive struggles, and my Grandson said “Dad, play Fear is a Liar”. So my son looked it up on his phone & played it. I had heard it a few times before, but this time I listened to the words closely, and cried a long healing cry because the words were reflecting just how I was feeling. As my Son & Grandson sat quiet, I knew that the LORD spoke through my 7 yr. old Grandson; telling me that HE hears & understands. Though I never said the word fear when explaining my challenges that day, GOD gave a little boy HIS wisdom to translate my struggle to fear; which I am now aware of, and can pray against, and move on even more. GOD can & does speak through Christian songs & Radio. Thank You!!
What if we dared to believe that Jesus is still tending to broken hearts and lives? What if we dared to believe that miracles still happen in our day?