David Wilkerson

David Wilkerson - The Cup of Trembling | Full Sermon

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David Wilkerson - The Cup of Trembling | Full Sermon

David Wilkerson - The Cup of Trembling | Full Sermon.

This is a message about how God intends to handle our fear problem. There are four great fears: 1- Fear of survival and poverty, 2- Fear of losing children to sin, 3- Fear of calamity and terror, 4-The lack of political leaders. God never intended for His people to live in fear. God is a God who pleads the cause of His people. He pledges Himself to us and He puts His words in our mouth to destroy the lies of Satan that cause us to fear. This message admonishes us to keep our eyes on His resurrection power and to keep the FACE of JESUS before our eyes all throughout our days.

David Wilkerson - The Cup of Trembling | Full Sermon.

This is a message about how God intends to handle our fear problem. There are four great fears: 1- Fear of survival and poverty, 2- Fear of losing children to sin, 3- Fear of calamity and terror, 4-The lack of political leaders. God never intended for His people to live in fear. God is a God who pleads the cause of His people. He pledges Himself to us and He puts His words in our mouth to destroy the lies of Satan that cause us to fear. This message admonishes us to keep our eyes on His resurrection power and to keep the FACE of JESUS before our eyes all throughout our days.

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David Wilkerson was the Founding Pastor of Times Square Church in New York City. He was called to New York in 1958 to minister to gang members and drug addicts, as told in the best-selling book,The Cross and the Switchblade.

In 1987, David Wilkerson returned to "the crossroads of the world" to establish Times Square Church. As a pastor of the church, he faithfully led this congregation, delivering powerful biblical messages that encourage righteous living and complete reliance on God....

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