Praise & Worship

Fear Not

by Chris Tomlin

What Is John Piper’s Favorite Bible Verse?

by John Piper

In my early twenties, one verse took on monumental proportions, and nothing has lodged it from its primary place. To this very day, it’s the main promise I use in my fight against sin, encouraging my heart, and carrying through challenges in ministry. It’s Isaiah 41:10: “Fear not, for I” — this is God talking — “I am with you; be not dismayed, for I am your God; I will strengthen you, I will help you, I will uphold you with my righteous right hand.” 

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Praise & Worship

Whom Shall I Fear (God Of Angel Armies)

by Chris Tomlin
Article: 10 Min

4 Reasons to Not Be Afraid


Video: 16 Min
by Rock Singer Jen Ledger at WAY Nation

The Book of Isaiah

Although the book of Isaiah was written around 740 BC during a politically tumultuous time in Israel’s history, the book tells a much bigger story. In Isaiah, God tells us through the prophet Isaiah about God’s character as well as his plan to save people from sin and restore people from every nation to a right relationship with him.
by Isaiah | Prophecy
Article: 2 Min

What God Means When He Says, "I Will Help You"

by Charles Spurgeon at The Gospel Coalition

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Do Not Fear or Be Dismayed

by Sing Scripture

A Reason to
Not Be Afraid

by Matthew Henry

"For I am with thee." This is a solid foundation of confidence, and if it be fixed in our minds, we shall be able to stand firm and unshaken against temptations of every kind.

In like manner, when we think that God is absent, or doubt whether or not he will be willing to assist us, we are agitated by fear, and tossed about amidst many storms of distrust.

But if we stand firm on this foundation, we shall not be overwhelmed by any assaults or tempests. And yet the Prophet [Isaiah] does not mean that believers stand so boldly as to be altogether free and void of all fear; but though they are distressed in mind, and in various ways are tempted to distrust, they resist with such steadfastness as to secure the victory.

By nature we are timid and full of distrust, but we must correct that vice by this reflection, God is present with us, and takes care of our salvation.

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Video: 4 Min
by Charles Spurgeon at AlphaCentral
Article: 7 Min

God Tells Us Not to Fear

by Angie Ryg at Unlocking the Bible

70’s | 80’s | 90’s

Do Not Fear

by Integrity Singers
Message: 44 Min

So Do Not


by Alistair Begg