Know Fear

Facing Life'S Phobias

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Facing life’s phobias can make all the difference between happiness and a life of terror. Ed Young, in this creative series, gives solid Biblical solutions allowing you to know fear in a life-changing way!

sermons from this Series

    1. Fear of the Future

    Fear of the Future

    Dealing With Fear

    We are a society obsessed with fear, from the legendary reaction to Orson Welles' War of the Worlds to the recent Y2K crisis. Fear can either paralyze us and tyrannize our lives, or stimulate us and motivate us to greatness. This message addresses the various types of fears, discusses Gods attitude towards our fearfulness, and explains general Biblical principles for overcoming anxiety.
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    2. Fear of Commitment

    Fear of Commitment

    Dedication And Fulfillment

    Our culture is characterized by a lack of commitment, from month-to-month apartment leases to pre-nuptial agreements. This message outlines the various reasons why we shy away from commitment, and looks in depth into different areas of our life that need commitment from us: our families (both our spouses and our children) and our friends. Without that level of dedication, we will never find relational fulfillment.
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    3. Fear of Failure

    Fear of Failure

    The Fear To Fail

    Everyone has dreams, aspirations, and hopes for the future that they keep hidden in the depths of their souls. It is the fear of failure that keeps these secret goals locked deep inside. But if we reject our cultures skewed definition of success, we will also be able to see the folly of its view of failure. In this message, Ed strongly advocates God's Biblical definition of success, focusing on relationships, character, and management. He also discusses the many ways to approach the fear of failure. Each of us has failed, and we need to use our failures to grow rather than allow them to drag us down.
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    4. Fear of Loneliness

    Fear of Loneliness

    Loneliness Vs. Being Alone

    Billy Graham has called it man's greatest problem, yet the Bible says over 300 times that we are not to be anxious about being alone. This message denotes the difference between loneliness and being alone, and divides loneliness into three levels: the deepest level being a spiritual loneliness growing out of our need for a personal relationship with Christ. Ed shares several ways to avoid each level of loneliness, and highlights the conflicts that arise when we confuse them.
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    5. Fear of God

    Fear of God

    Loving And Fearing God

    The fear of God is one of the most misunderstood concepts in the Bible. Many people, usually because of how their earthly father acted, have a faulty view of their Heavenly Father. They see him as being either too lenient, too strict, or completely absent. All three attitudes miss out on the true nature of the fear of God. This message explores the Biblical perspective on the only fear we are commanded to have, and seeks to clarify the seesaw relationship between love and fear of God.
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    6. Fear of Death

    Fear of Death

    Facing Eternity

    "The statistics on death are quite impressive. One out of one die," wrote George Bernard Shaw. We avoid talking about death and exercise our bodies to stave off the inevitable. At the same time, the many news stories, movies and books devoted to the subject indicate our enduring fascination with death, dying and the hereafter. At some point, each one of us is going to face eternity. This message looks at the Biblical, rather than pop-culture, perspective on the afterlife and explores what will happen in the first few seconds after we die: the resurrection, the judgment, and the separation. Where are you going to spend your forever?
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