Casting Out Fear
All-enfolding God love and protection free
me from every thought of fear, and I am
strong and well.
My mind is filled and satisfied with Thine
all-infolding substance, and all things
1T IS THE unanimous verdict of students of the mind that fear is a paralyzer of mental action; also that fear weakens both mind and body. This being so universally conceded, it certainly is not worth while to call attention to that enfeebling state of mind but rather, on the other hand, to show how to keep from falling into its shadows and also how to overcome its habits. The majority of people will resent the statement that fear is a habit, but close observation proves to anyone that his fears are governed by repeated thoughts, words, and experiences. All fears rest upon thoughts, and if the thought foundation can be broken up the fear will vanish.
The mind imagines mountains of fears where no
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