Bible Verse About Fear

Bible verse about fear is book app with a lot of bible verse about fear you can use it anywhere when you need. Fear. It is this four letter word that has so much power over our lives we seem to have accepted it as part of the human condition. Fear takes us away from what we really desire, it makes us feel unworthy, it creates a sense of powerlessness but most of all it robs us of who we are meant to be.In this app include:bible verses overcoming fearbible verses panic attacksfear not quotesstories of fear in the biblefear in the bible 365 timesbible verse about fear not for i am with youFeatures of the app:Support Offline AppUpdated regularlyYou can ask questions from our expertsSharing tips and guideSimple app book guide like pocket on your phoneYou can also send us your suggestions and we will add them inside the app.Talk more about Bible verse about fear:But what if I were to tell you that fear is all an illusion? A fabricated lie by our subconscious to keep us safe. And what if I also told you that instead of fearing fear embracing it as our friend may be one of the most powerful ways to subdue this Goliath that lives within us all?But before we get to why fear is a necessary illusion, let's understand how fear works. Infant studies have shown that other than the fear of heights that we develop at 6 months of age and the fear of separation we are not born with most fears we experience but learn them through a process called fear conditioning.Conditioning is why some people fear dogs while others think of them as family. When a traumatic event occurs in our lives the amygdala stores this event and triggers a fear response next time we are in a situation resembling the trauma. A famous study conducted by John Watson in the 20's taught an infant to fear white rats by pairing the appearance of a rat with negative stimulus such as loud noises. The infant very quickly learned to fear the rat and even other furry animals. These fear responses have been recorded decades later when the subjects faced related circumstances where the amygdala still associated the events with real danger.In another interesting study, lab monkeys that had never been exposed to snakes did not show any fear to them when brought into contact initially. However, after seeing footage of the fear responses of their wild cousins that were exposed to snakes, the lab monkeys showed a heighten sense of fear to the same snakes in a subsequent experiment.This phenomenon, called the fear transference, suggests that for a fear response to develop a first-hand experience is not necessary it can become our own merely just by seeing others go through it. These studies suggest that most of our fears are not real but learned and/or transferred from experiences we have had in the past which our primal reptilian brain the amygdala quickly internalized as real fears.What's more surprising is that our perception of danger or stress creates a far greater fear response than the actual danger or threat that is posed. In one study done by K. Litzelman people that perceived their lives to be very stressful had a 43% higher chance of dying than the ones that did not. Even more astounding is that people that believed that stress did not affect their lives had a 17% lower chance of mortality than the people that were neutral.Thinking of something as dangerous makes you much more likely to experience the fear responses associated with it, and more importantly thinking the opposite will diminish the grip that fear can have on you when engaging in an activity of relative danger or out of your comfort zone.Download now Bible verse about fear for healing your fear
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