Displaying Christian Sermons by tag: Fear
Joyce Meyer (March-03-2020) Sermon: 7 Common Fears - Part 1. Do you have a fear of developing a close, intimate relationship with God? If so, Joyce wants to help you put those fears to rest.
Joyce Meyer (February-22-2020) Motivation: Let Your Faith Be Greater Than Your Fear. Joyce brings this inspiring message of hope to the people of New Delhi, India.
Jesse Duplantis - Faith the Facts with Jesse: Overcoming Fear of Failure. In this episode of “Faith the Facts,” Jesse talks about how to overcome the fear of failure.
Joyce Meyer (February-14-2020) Motivation: A Goodbye Letter to Fear. Got pen and paper? It's time to write a letter to the spirit of fear and tell him, "Goodbye!"
Christian Motivation - FAITH OVER FEAR | Overcome Fear. The number one statement that Jesus makes more than any other statement is, "Do not fear." Jesus knew fear holds too many people back from God's best for their lives. Don’t let fear hold you back.
Joyce Meyer (February-10-2020) Motivation: Do You Have A Fear of Lack In Your Life? What if I lose my job? What if I can't pay my bills? Those "what ifs" can be tormenting.
Kenneth Copeland (January-30-2020) Sermon: Stop Fear in Its Tracks to Be Healed. If you’re facing symptoms right now, don’t speak a word until you watch today’s Believer’s Voice of Victory! Join Kenneth Copeland as he teaches you why Jesus gave instructions to stop fear in its tracks to be healed. The time for fear is over!
Joyce Meyer (January-05-2020) Daily Devotion: God Is Greater Than Your Fears.
I have heard it said there are 365 references to "fear not" in the Bible. I know there are at least 355, according to Dake's Annotated Reference Bible, one "fear not" for almost every day of the year.
Do you really want to obey the Scriptures and "fear not"? If so, you will be in good company because every person in the Bible who was ever used by God to any degree was told over and over by Him, "Fear not."
One of those people was Joshua. Joshua, the man God chose to follow Moses, had a big job ahead of him: to lead the children of Israel into the Promised Land.
God wasn't telling Joshua to be like Moses; but that He would be to Joshua what He had been to Moses. God would not fail or forsake Joshua. He was saying, "Fear not, Joshua, I will be with you!"
When God tells you He will be with you, that means no matter what the circumstances are like, everything will work out all right because God will never fail you or forsake you.
Prayer Starter: Lord, I lift up all of my fears, worries and concerns to You right now. I choose to believe Your Word—that You will never leave or forsake me. Because of You, I don’t have to fear. Help me to keep moving forward, knowing You are with me every step of the way. In Jesus’ Name, Amen.
Joseph Prince (December-24-2020) Daily Devotion: FEAR NOT, YOUR SAVIOR IS HERE!
Luke 2:10–11- Then the angel said to them, “Do not be afraid, for behold, I bring you good tidings of great joy which will be to all people. For there is born to you this day in the city of David a Savior, who is Christ the Lord.
My friend, if all is silent and dark in your life now, and you feel like you have been left out in the cold, just know that Jesus came to be your Savior at such a time as this.
He was not born in the comfort of a warm, cozy room, but in a cold manger. There was no room for Him in the inn (see Luke 2:7), so that there will always be room at the cross for your healing, deliverance, wholeness and provision, and a mansion in heaven waiting for you!
Jesus was born very quietly, so quietly that the Bible says that only a group of shepherds came to Him, while the rest of Bethlehem slept (see Luke 2:8–9). Like manna falling quietly from heaven in the Old Testament, the true bread from heaven came quietly. It was a silent night, but that was not all.
Jesus was also born during the darkest time in Israel’s history. Israel was under the tyrannical rule of the Romans. It was during this time, when everything was so dark, that Jesus was born. Beloved, He will come to you in the darkest period of your life.
On that cold and silent night, the shepherds were afraid when the angel of the Lord stood before them. But the angel said, “Do not be afraid, for behold, I bring you good tidings of great joy which will be to all people. For there is born to you this day in the city of David a Savior, who is Christ the Lord.”
Beloved, it was not a judge or lawgiver who was born. It was a mighty Savior. He came to save His people. He came to save you and me. So even if you are in a cold, dark period of your life, don’t be afraid—the Savior has come and He will save you to the uttermost!