5 Acronyms for Fear – 5 Acronyms for the word Fear. F E A R Taking one letter of each word to spell out something for that word. Plus memes for those Fear Acronyms.
5 Acronyms for Fear
Fear a strong word! My boss told me a good acronym for the word “fear” the other day. I had to share with my readers. I figured I would try to find some other good acronyms I could add to this blog post and post them all at once. My boss said he got it off a tv show. I forgot which one he said. Below is a comprehensive list of acronyms for the word “fear”. It uses the first letter of the word to make a sentence or statement.
Even Zach Williams says it best in his song, “Fear Is A Liar”
The greatest enemy to human souls is the self-righteous spirit which makes men look to themselves for salvation.
This blog post has been trending here lately. Not to mention, I have also heard a promo on the Wally Show on WayFM, them mentioning some acronyms for fear, but never giving them. So that made me go and make some memes and update this blog post. Resurfacing and Repurposing it! They are doing a Bible Study on Fear for 15 days at the World’s Biggest Small Group.
The one below is one my pastor uses, I actually posted it once on this blog, that link. The one my pastor used is very similar to the one above, just one word is different. The word that starts with the letter “E”. Either one of those words for “E” could be used.
Below will be other good acronym. God says we should not fear because he has tomorrow. He is the one we should trust. He will take care of us. He will provide. So there is nothing to fear. Stand up and rise! Stand up and know that Christ is always with us. He will never leave us or forsake us. So we should have nothing to fear.
And below is another one I found. I do like this one because with Christ We can face them. Christ can help us explore them. Christ can also help us Accept them. Plus Only Christ can help us rise above them.
Our fears can be overcame by totally trusting in Christ. We should have is the fear of the Lord. It is a reverence type that brings godly wisdom. The Book of Proverbs is a great book to read to show how we can gain godly wisdom.
Yes you can run but you can also choose to rise. I would rather choose to rise than to run.
Which is so true!
We should have nothing to fear. God is always with us and God will never leave us. (Deuteronomy 31:6)
Nothing can separate us from the Love of God either (Romans 8:38-39)
‘Do not fear, for I am with you;
Do not anxiously look about you, for I am your God.
I will strengthen you, surely I will help you,
Surely I will uphold you with My righteous right hand.’