the end of the timid church


In the Greek, a timid person is a faithless person, full of fear and cowardness. Having lived through a season of fear mongering, the spreading and promoting of threats, insecurities, and calamities, it is no wonder that people have become timid and easily manipulated.

Unfortunately, this spirit of fear has affected some members in the Body of Christ and God wants His children free of it. Paul had to remind Timothy not to yield to it, but to remember he had received the Spirit of love, power, and a sound mind, 2 Timothy 1:7.