I woke up and within minutes I hear the Spirit of God say, “I’M ABOUT TO TERRORIZE FEAR! I’M ABOUT TO TERRORIZE FEAR!”

The picture this created instantly was of people who were being held captive with certain fears, prevented from things they wanted to do, and all the sudden a ROAR is Released that causes FEAR TO BE FRIGHTENED AND SCRAMBLE, FLEE, RUN FROM THEM.

Could this be the Lion of Judah’s ROAR?
Fear by definition is an unpleasant emotion caused by the belief that someone or something is dangerous, likely to cause pain or threat. Terror, fright, horror, alarm, apprehensive, dread, terrified are just a few of the synonyms linked to fear.

Father, I ask right now in Jesus Yeshua name that for WHOMEVER is reading this, that You will release Your ROAR into any area of their life where fear or confusion has tried to torment, I ask that YOU TERRORIZE FEAR and cause their ENEMIES TO SCATTER in Jesus Name! Bless them Lord and Lead them into Freedom.

Joshua 1:9 says, Have I not commanded you? Be strong and courageous. Do not be frightened, and do not be dismayed, for the Lord your God is with you wherever you go.”

This is a hard scripture to obey if there is a spirit of fear at work in our lives somewhere. Fear can manifest in one particular area or in many. It creates bondage and wrong thinking, but also causes limitations on fulfilling the will of the Lord in our lives.
As I have been in intercession lately, I have seen and heard specific battles marked for victory in this season. Fear and confusion have caused many to be seized up in various areas and efforts in their lives. It is God’s will to bring VICTORY in this hour to those who have longed for it and tried to breakthrough over the last year or even years.
We must be strong and courageous enough to do our part. As God fights our battles, we are to partner with Him in faith and believing.

Faith verses Belief

Now faith is the substance of things hoped for, the evidence of things not seen. Heb. 11:1

If thou believe in thine heart that God hath raised him from the dead, thou shalt be saved. Roman’s 10:9

Immediately the father of the child cried out and said, “I believe; help my unbelief!” Mark 9:24

Faith and believing are separated in the Bible, yet we tend to confuse them as being one in the same. Faith a heavenly substance is imparted by God. Believing is an action of the heart.

We can believe for a promise, but do we have the faith to appropriate it? We cannot conjure up faith, or just make ourselves have it at will. Faith is imparted through Jesus Christ. We either have it or we don’t. Being honest with ourselves in this question,” Do I have the faith for this?” Is critical. If the answer is no, the next step is to ask the ONE who gives us faith.

All throughout the Bible faith and believing is separated, so what is the difference?
Faith is a substance, a special grace imparted to the heart, supernaturally

Believing is made by choice, faith is recieved by imparting.

For by the grace given to me I say to everyone among you not to think of himself more highly than he ought to think, but to think with sober judgment, each according to the measure of faith that God has assigned. Romans 12:3

We make the choice to believe, but God gives each one a measure of faith.

Too often we confuse being in faith, having faith, spending our faith with believing that God and will do something.


Heaven recognizes the substance of faith like a currency spent for a supernatural exchange.

But let him ask in faith, nothing wavering. For he that wavereth is like a wave of the sea driven with the wind and tossed. James 1:6

So how do we know if we both have faith and are believing for what we are asking?
The absence of doubt and wavering is key. When you know “beyond a shadow of a doubt” that God is going to answer your prayers you can rest assured that you are operating in believing.

I believe when we “sense” a release in prayer, we can know that the substance of faith has went forth and the exchange has been completed.
This all requires learning to posture and pray through. In days gone by, the saints would say tarry, wait, pray through. Some of this concept has been lost in our current day, but the power in this principle has nor fallen short.
We each know if we are in faith or not. There are times when praying I have to be honest and say Lord my faith is not there for that. So how do I intentionally get faith and get in the posture of believing for a specific thing?

Renewing the Mind

By reading the Truth, stirring up and ACTIVATING the life and power in the Words of Truth, checking and seeing if I’m in the will of God, I can stir my heart to believe and RECIEVE the impartation of the faith substance needed for what I am praying for.

More reading on moving from fear!


Need healing- read about the healings and miracles, then add that God is no respecter of persons, put yourself in these truths, remind yourself that God loves you the same as any. Ask yourself through the lens of scripture, does God have requirements on who He heals, and when. Pray and ask God to tell you His truth concerning what your asking for.

Same with deliverance from fear or confusion, we must renew our minds. We must remember as a man thinks in his heart, so is he. If we believe God will deliver and we renew our mind, posture ourselves in believing, have the substance of faith for the deliverance we are hoping for, and “set” our hearts and minds prepared to pray through until we RECIEVE, it shall be done!

Sons and Daughters

Healing and deliverance are the childrens bread, but do we know how to RECIEVE and partake of this bread of heaven. We must first and foremost know who we are in Christ, sons and daughters of the Most High. Secondly, how to receive, how to chew, how to swallow and digest and expect it to bring the “nutrition” or result we hope for?
We must slow down and be more purposeful in the things of God. Paying attention to our hearts, minds and postures in absolute obedience to the things of God.

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  1. Karla Walter Murphy says:

    Thank you for sharing. It is sometimes difficult for us to separate Faith and Believing. This broke down both and helped me to see we have to have both! We need our Faith increased and we must Beleieve the Father will FAITHFUL to impart Faith to us. He is faithful to finish what He began! ASK, SEEK, KNOCK !!

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