Why are so many of the Remnant so fearful?
Try as they might to cast themselves as liberated and healed people free from bondage, the cold reality remains: Remnant members are a deeply fearful people who simply mask it very well. Beneath their uplifted hands and energetic worship services, beyond the bright, shining eyes of Remnant royalty who gaze into cameras and gush about how beautiful their lives are, and behind the pristine surfaces of the "Zion Curtain" there is a reality that few Remnant Fellowship members really come to terms with.
It is the plain fact that deeply implanted fear drives their religion and spirituality as well as their personal lives. It is the proverbial elephant in the room no one wants to talk about. This unsettling human dynamic is largely responsible for much of the cited "healing" that Remnant likes to point to in its' members personal lives, which is supposed to prove its divine inspiration. The reality, however, is far more humanly centered, a reality that runs like a dark river through the places Remnant Fellowship and the Weigh Down Workshop hold social and cultural sway.
Fear is not of God, Remnant. If dread is what your beliefs are based upon, you aren't walking in the peace and blessing you ought to be.
It's time for it to end, people. Read here, Remnant, to learn more.