Sometimes all we really need to hear is, “You’re not crazy.”
I had a student come in and talk to me after school. She described a few things and seemed worried about my response. I told her a couple times that I didn’t think she was crazy. The visible relief in her face and whole person was incredible.
Fear likes to keep us locked inside, convinced that speaking or revealing the truth would make us appear inferior. We worry about what others would think and we worry about appearing vulnerable. Trapped inside, fear can quickly become the ruler.
Satan seeks to destroy true peace and make us fearful, anxious, and worried. Speaking truth into that darkness can begin to set us free from our self-made or at least self-perpetuated prison.
You’re not crazy. Now tell Jesus about your fear and go in peace.