Fear Not. Only Believe

Believers are gathering tonight via conference call. 8 pm Eastern Time.


As the fear of the coronavirus is being broadcast non-stop, we must remember to fight the good fight of faith. We are people of the Word, of the Spirit, of the Blood and of the Name – Yahshua and we need to act accordingly. We are the solution. You are part of the solution and I implore you to join us on this call tonight.

— Adversity comes. We have been through the crash of 1987 and the crash of 2008. Personally, I have traded the markets and seen the devastating effects caused by government overreactions. People get hurt. People lose fortunes. People lose jobs and the stress caused leads to family break ups, irrational behavior and sometimes death. During these stress filled times I have learned that one of the best ways to alleviate the anxiety and the worry is through conversations and dialogue.

We were right in the middle of the 1993 bombing and the 9-11 attacks. We have been through various storms that have hit our city and we have worked to serve our communities in all of these instances. This is no different. So, I ask you, “How may we serve you?” Perhaps you need to speak out your fears and concerns so that you can work towards healing so that you might be part of the solution.

People are being told to isolate. They will be isolating themselves away from people and isolating themselves to the constant rhetoric of fear. We as a people need to mobilize ourselves to make phone calls and to provide an alternative to this fear. You may not know how to do this … So, get on the call tonight and we will equip you.

Fear is a huge weapon of the adversary. Faith is the antidote. Faith comes one way and one way only — and that is through a continual hearing of the word preached.

For now, I need you to do something for me. Take a deep breath. Think about what you are thinking about. Cast down any and all imaginations that aren’t faith filled and do not have victorious ends in mind. Then put love on your mind. Love never fails. Love never fails. Now, from a place of love — call a friend and let them vent. Don’t vent with them. Reassure them that this will be over soon. Let them know that you are there for them. If that person has a need, do what you can to meet that need. If you can’t help them personally, then reach out to a greater community through the call tonight and we will see if we can help.

Fear not — only believe. I believe in God and I believe in those that will respond to this call and join us. Many are called, but few are chosen. 

Much love …

Dan Stratton

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