Don’t Fear

The GOD who lives inside us is bigger than the fear of things around us. He is holding us in His loving arms and promises to never let us go. Take heart, don’t give up or let fear cripple you, for as sure as the sun will rise tomorrow, He promises to carry all of us carefully and lovingly to the peaceful mornings fresh and new with renewed strength. So we continue to trust without fear in Hope.

Much love,


Author: Viv

I'm a spoonie mom whose husband is fighting glioblastoma diagnosed 3/25/21. πŸ™

46 thoughts on “Don’t Fear”

  1. So happy to read your wondrous words, dear Vivian. Miss you. Wish you a beautiful year ahead, in arms of our good and glorious God. Love, love, love what you have written here and the picture of the sunrise is so beautiful too. Take good care of yourself. You are sweet and precious for all of us. Happy New Year! πŸŒΉπŸ’•

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      1. Thank you Sister Vivian!! Happy Bless New Year 2019 to you and your Family in Jesus Christ name. ((Hugs)) Agape!! πŸ™‚ \0/\0/

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    1. Thank you dearest Ana. I’m praying for you sweetie, the dizziness, fatigue….it’s a comfort to know He is holding us. β™₯️ God bless you as your family as well precious lady this new year and always. πŸ˜—πŸ’ͺ love you!πŸ€—

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      1. Thank you Vivian!
        Ugh, it’s insane, the dizziness is enough to drive me up the walls! I’m dizzy right now, hehe. It seems as if it never stops – literally. God has a lot to do with having to accept it, you either choose to accept it or it will slowly eat you up and take over your life. I’m trying to get a science project done with my eight year old son, I’ve pulled if off way too long already. But how do you do anything with chronic pain?! How?!
        God. God keeps me going, otherwise I’d be in a fetal position in bed.
        Miss you and love ya’ tons sweet friend.

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      2. I’m sorry the pain and dizziness is so intense right now Ana.πŸ˜”Chronic pain is so debilitating and draining. It seems to always take over…I don’t remember a time I didn’t feel pain? I hate that my eyes/brain were so messed up in Nov. when you had surgery……not being able to check on you greatly upset me but I prayed for you a lot! God is holding us up Ana, and I’m continuing to pray for you every day.πŸ˜™πŸ˜™πŸ€—πŸ€—

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      3. No worries! We must be ok with ourselves before we can care for others.
        And prayer is more than enough! I appreciate it so much! I agree, I don’t remember what life was like before my diagnosis. Unfortunately, this life is all I know now. But fortunately, God still had me here, and it could be worse, much worse. I’ve had doctors be surprised I can walk. My therapist once mentioned to me she casually told her doctor friend about having a patient with Chiari – because she initially had no idea what it was, and her friends first question was, can she walk?!
        God is good, yes I can.
        Thinking of you sweet friend. πŸ˜ŠπŸ’•

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      4. I’m glad you can walk! My mama is in a wheelchair…..a hard thing. πŸ˜” Much love Ana! And know you are being prayed for and are loved.πŸ€—πŸ€—β™₯️β™₯️πŸ’ͺπŸ’ͺ

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