"Choose ye this day whom ye will serve!" We can choose to serve fear or to serve God by having faith in Him. When we begin to worry, we allow doubt to overtake us. Doubt leads to fear, and at this point, we leave the natural fear and embrace the spirit of fear that God has not given us. God has given us His Word, which promises life. He has given us direction in His Word that assures us that He desires for us to be in good health (3 John 1:2); He wants us to trust Him and not doubt; He told us, "If ye have faith as a grain of mustard seed, ye shall say unto this mountain, Remove hence to yonder place; and it shall remove; and nothing shall be impossible unto you."
Therefore, instead of embracing fear and putting our faith in the situation the "crippler" has presented us, we need to put our faith and reverence in the God who can heal any situation the crippler has been allowed to bring our way. God suggested that His beloved servant, Job, be tested. Satan needs God's permission to confront God's children. The reality is God's children have the power to take authority over the hands of the enemy, and if he is allowed to touch God's people, he definitely does not have permission to touch our souls.