Chapter 6 - Casting Out Fear - p. 47
FEAR is a state of apprehension or I expectancy of evil. If we believe and practice the presence of God. we eliminate fear because we know that where God exists there is no place or space for evil. In that condition we do not and can not fear.
The truth is that we have not discarded fear because we have not come to fully realize the omnipresence of God.
"That which I feared has come upon me"
Naturally, our thought is most directed upon the object of our fear. Thought is the great attractive power. We attract the thing feared as we continually think of it.
In learning to ride the bicycle, the pupil of ten collides with objects he wishes