the bridge between fear and faith is knowledge

This video,, can also be seen at Relationship Between Confusion, Faith, and Fear. The sole antidote for fear is faith; the two cannot co-exist. fear appears when faith is incomplete or placed in someone or something unworthy of our faith. The simple relationship between faith and fear is like two seats on a teeter totter. When one seat is all the way up the seat on the opposite side is all the way down.The relationship between emotion and reason But the latest thinking challenges that assumption.. Instead of grouping all conscious and unconscious activities of the brain into one – and terming them the ‘mind’ – some argue that it should only be those things we consciously involve ourselves in which should be termed ‘the mind’, for.On the other hand, fear, simply stated, is unbelief or weak belief. As unbelief gains the upper hand in our thoughts, fear takes hold of our emotions. Our deliverance from fear and worry is based on faith, which is the very opposite of unbelief. We need to understand that faith is not something that we can produce in ourselves.The fact is that unless we fear God, we cannot know the love of God. The fear of God is a normal and healthy response to God when our love is not completely perfected. We might have some concern as to what consequences God might bring upon our lives if we disobey Him. If it was based on fear, then it would not be based on a trusting relationship.For the Lord gives skillful and godly Wisdom; from His mouth come knowledge and understanding." 1 John 4:17-19: "Herein is our love made perfect, that we may have boldness in the Day of Judgment: because as he is, so are we in this world. There is no fear in love; but perfect love casteth out fear: because fear hath torment.Fear is the opposite of faith. It’s the other side of the coin and lacks any faith at all. It denies the hope that God will take care of us no matter what trials we come up against. Faith is a gift from God that will protect, comfort, and help us during the scary times (ephesians 2:8-9; 2 Timothy 1:7).