by Belinda Kendall
If you find yourself having conversations about other people that you would die if someone shared about you, you are full of fear.
If you get upset when you are with a group of people and they are focused on someone else, you are full of fear.
If you find that it’s okay to treat people in a matter that you would not like to be treated, you are full of fear.
If you get upset when people don’t do what you say and go with your idea, you are full of fear.
If you have a new friend or relationship and feel a need to tell them everything that’s wrong with your current friends, you are full of fear.
If everybody around you are not as strong as you or not doing better than you, you are full of fear.
When you are in a group of people and they are caution with what they say to you, they know you have a problem with fear.
Notice when you ask people for their feedback it always tend to praise you and no one else, they know you are full of fear.
The point I am making is that dealing with a fearful person can be like dealing with the devil himself. Fear comes across in many ways; controlling, selfish, and insecurity. People that are full of fear can be very dangerous.
They have no problem throwing you under the bus to make themselves look good. You can talk to them for hours and they will pretend to be your friend, but they are only collecting data about to use against you later. They can be in a relationship and have no problem cheating. They will never take the chances you take, but will always find a way to credit themselves for your success.
Ask yourself are you a person full of ear? You might want to check yourself.
2 Timothy 1:7 says, “For God hath not given us the spirit of fear; but of power, and of love, and of a sound mind.”
Keep in mind there are only two spirits in the world, Good and Evil. And, according to the scripture God has nothing to do with fear.