“Do not fret or have anxiety about anything, but in every circumstance and in everything… continue to make your wants known to God.” –Philippians 4:6 (AMPC)
The basis of all unbelief is fear. If you don’t deal with it, it will begin to work on your mind and you will begin to question the Word of God.
Did you know that it is impossible to worry and trust God at the same time? Worry is a form of unbelief; it causes us to doubt God’s love and His ability to come through for us when we need Him.
Satan can put pressure on you over your finances that goes beyond anything you’ve ever seen. He can squeeze you over money, particularly if you’re in the ministry because it threatens to stop the very thing that God told you to do. All doubt, all unbelief and all the pressure from it is fear based.
Fear will keep you from the promises of God—even if you know what they are
The only antidote to fear is to believe. Faith cancels fear.
When a situation comes your way that could invite fear, make the decision that no matter what happens you will refuse to fear. When a bad report comes, say out loud, “I refuse to fear.” You will overcome unbelief by rejecting the spirit of fear in your life.
If you mess up and speak doubt—repent. Don’t let unbelief be the last word about the situation. Simply say, “I negate those words, in Jesus’ Name. I believe I’m out of debt. I believe I’ve received every bill paid. I believe I’m healed and made whole.”