Dr. Brown addresses the liberating power of faith and the paralyzing power of fear, presenting scriptural and practical principles to help you grow in solid faith.
Dr. Brown’s Bottom Line: God is faithful and true. In His love, presence, reality, and truth, all fear must go. Fear torments and destroys while faith liberates and brings life. Let us believe God and walk in freedom from fear!
Dr. Brown’s Bottom Line: Fear paralyzes, faith liberates. Fear brings death, faith brings life. Fear brings torment, faith brings peace. Fear listens to the devil’s lies, faith listens to God’s truth. Fear eats you up, faith builds you up. Jesus says have faith in God!
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Hi Dr. Brown, this verse really helps me deal with fear, “But the fearful, and unbelieving, and the abominable, and murderers, and whoremongers, and sorcerers, and idolaters, and all liars, shall have their part in the lake which burneth with fire and brimstone: which is the second death.” Rev. 21:8
Ironically, it’s the bigger fear that helps me deal with the relatively smaller fears.
God-willing, I’ll be listening to this a few times…
This was great!! I lived in fear too long and forgot and even skipped my mind that if your for him who can be against you. I Lived in fear of my marriage of being broken by past and images of things on my mind, but I never noticed the changes that he has made in my family and me and how much he protects us. Thank you I was praying so much on this and crying over it that I forgot that I was letting the adversary win over me with these fear (LIES). Thank you again God Bless you Brother and your staff!!!
I was so blessed by the radio broadcast on fear yesterday. I especially liked the breakdown of differences fear and faith though I can’t remember word for word what was said. I have a question however. Dr. Brown you made a comment that said something to the effect of “faith doesn’t go off of presumption, rather it goes off a promise.” My question is: how do we know when we are presuming God will do something versus walking in a promise? In example, God promises to supply all of your needs and gives us the ability to create wealth. Let’s say I was not working and a job opportunity opened up. Is it presumptious to believe God wants me to take THAT job? Or would I simply be responding to His promise? Thanks so much for taking the time to read this!
I do trust God…
Rev 2:16 `Reform! and if not, I come to thee quickly, and will fight against them with the sword of my mouth.
…but what verses of Scripture can “balance” this one out? Sometimes, leaning too much on one kind of verse and not enough on others, can be a weakness.
Dan1el, are you willfully guilty of the same sins for which Jesus was rebuking that congregation in Rev 2? I think not.
The same fate awaits all the disobedient, just as the same fate awaits all the obedient (if only to different degrees).
The church to which the warning pertained will suffer “together with the world” [1 Cor 11], as it is written that Christ will destroy the son of perdition with the Sword of His Mouth.
I don’t know if I fully understand the Gospel… God always shows me a Cross, and I had a dream that I was condemned… I was going to be getting the book thrown at me… it was the end of me, and my mother was very sad and feeling the pain of child loss… and I said, “don’t worry, mom, this is what happens to people, sometimes.”
All of a sudden, I saw a creek of blood, and water afterward, washing through… like God trying to tell me something about the Cross… I guess I know what it is saying, but I don’t know how to abide in/live it in a practical way… what are the implications? What does it mean, and what does it NOT mean (by virtue of what it means) ?
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