Short Essay On Fear Of Weakness

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One thing about bitterness is that you do not create things that cause bitterness but circumstances of life which include loss of loved ones, unemployment, unfruitful marriage, barrenness, financial loss, being single, failed ministry, unfulfilled expectations etc. What is important about this is to find a way to handle them well. The Bible says, do not let bitterness take root in your heart.

When Joseph was mercilessly sold into Egyptian slavery by his brother and then tempted by Potiphar’s wife, he didn’t allow depression and despair to take over his life. When falsely accused and sentenced to prison, he didn’t allow bitterness to wither his soul.

James 1:2-4 says, "Consider it a great joy, my brothers, whenever you experience various trials, knowing that the testing of your faith produces endurance. But endurance must do its complete work, so that you may be mature and
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The fear of failure: The fear of failure is a part of human existence. If you observe successful people, most of them have gone through moments with the fear of failure. There are moments in your life when you imagine that something advantageous that you attempt might not succeed because of the little effort given, and you find yourself going through restless nights thinking on what the result might be until it eventually succeeded. Those times are moments when you are going through the fear of failure. Don’t let the fear of failure stand on the way to your huge success. Don’t stop yourself from trying because you don’t want to take the risk of failing. There is no success without failure. You are preventing yourself from achieving the success that you truly deserve when you run away from failure. When you fall, you have to dust yourself off, get back up, and go again. Try new things, dream new dreams, and embrace new possibilities. Failure is a market research. Risk must be evaluated not by the fear it generates in you or the probability of your success, but by the value of the
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