Displaying Christian Sermons by tag: Fear
Kenneth Copeland (June-16-2019) Sermon: Cast Your Cares by Resisting Fear. Don’t let the devil turn your thoughts against you! Join Kenneth and Gloria Copeland on Believer’s Voice of Victory, as they share how fear is your enemy and is the root of all worry and stress. Learn why casting your cares and resisting fear is just as important as operating in faith and love because it shuts the door on the devil!
Joyce Meyer (June-14-2019) Daily Devotion: Fear Not.
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.
Jon Jorgenson (May-30-2019) What to do with ANXIETY, FEAR, DEPRESSION, etc... This message was originally taught at Judson University as part of spiritual enrichment week. Jon teaches at churches and on college campuses all over.
Charles Stanley Sermon: The Fear Of God. If God is love, then why does He command us to fear Him? The fear of the Lord isn’t about being afraid of God; it’s about revering Him above all else. When we do that, we position ourselves to receive all the benefits that come with putting God first in our lives.
Carter Conlon (May-08-2019) Motivation: It's Time to STOP RUNNING From Your Fears. Speaker: Carter Conlon
FEAR NOT | God is in Control - Inspirational & Motivational Video.
“Fear Not” is the most repeated command in the Bible. Fear is one of the enemy’s most popular weapons that he uses against us. We might feel afraid, but we can believe that God is with us. We may not be in control, but we can trust the One who is. God has not given us a spirit of fear, but of power, peace and of a sound mind. We need to trust God every day!
Speakers: John Hagee, Joyce Meyer, Priscilla Shirer
Joseph Prince Daily Devotion: THE ANTIDOTE TO FEAR.
1 John 4:18 - There is no fear in love; but perfect love casts out fear…
Experts tell us that babies have two natural fears: the fear of falling and the fear of loud noises. A study on fear was conducted on 500 adults of varying ages, backgrounds and lifestyles. The results showed that they shared some 7,000 different fears. This means that they must have learnt 6,998 fears since they were born. That is a lot of fears!
Actually, our bodies are designed for faith. Fear was foreign to man until Adam sinned against God. For the first time, Adam knew fear, and he hid from God and said, “I heard Your voice…I was afraid…I hid myself” (Genesis 3:10).
Since then, man has been living in the realm of fear—fear of the future, fear of what others might say, fear of diseases, fear of flying…Actually, every fear is born out of the feeling of being cut off from God. If you think that God is still mad at you, that He is out to punish you, how can you have faith that everything will be all right? How can you have faith for your miracle?
But I have good news for you. There is a sure antidote to fear. The apostle John says that “perfect love casts out fear.” When you know that God so loves you that He gave His Son to take your beating so that you can take His blessings, you will stop fearing.
God so loves you that at the cross, Jesus was rejected so that you could become God’s beloved. It was not the nails that kept Jesus on the cross. It was His love for you. And if God did not withhold Jesus, why do you think that He will withhold healing, finances or a blessed marriage from you (see Romans 8:32)?
Today, when you hear His voice, you will hear Him say, “You are My beloved child, in you I am well pleased.” And you don’t have to hide but you can run to Him without fear because He is not out to punish you. He is out to protect and provide for you, so fear not!
Joyce Meyer - Sermon: How to Deal with Fear. Joyce answered questions submitted by viewers on the subject of fear.
Joyce Meyer (February-12-2019) Daily Devotion: Fear Not!
Satan is a liar. He lies to people and places images on the picture screen of their minds that show defeat and embarrassment. For this reason, we need to know God’s promises (His Word) so we can cast down the lies of the enemy and refuse to listen to him.
Fear seems to be an epidemic in our society. Are you afraid of anything? Is it rejection, failure, the past, the future, loneliness, driving, aging, the dark, heights, life, or death? The list of fears that people experience can be endless.
Satan never runs out of new fears to place in any individual’s life. At least not until they firmly make their mind up that they will not live in fear.
You can trade in pain and paralysis for power and excitement. Don’t allow feelings of any kind to dominate you, but instead remember that God says, “Fear not.” We must be determined that we will obey Him in this area. Fear may present itself as a feeling, but if we refuse to bow down to it, that is all it is… a feeling!
Prayer Starter: Father, help me to “fear not” as I go about my day. When I am anxious, nervous, worried or fearful, remind me of Your great love. Help me to lean on Your Word and constantly expose the lies of the enemy. Thank You for being with me today and always. In Jesus’ Name, Amen.