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Fear Not!

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When we know God there is no need to fear.

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What do you fear?

Ablutophobia: Fear of Bathing, washing and cleansing.
Acrophobia: Fear of heights
Agoraphobia: Fear of Open spaces.
Anthropophobia: Fear of people or the company of people, a form of social phobia.
Autophobia: Fear of being alone or isolated.
Bibliophobia: Fear of books. Biblio is the root word here which means Book.
Chrematophobia: Fear of money.
Claustrophobia: Fear of closed spaces.
Cynophobia: Fear of dogs.
Emetophobia: Fear or anxiety pertaining to vomiting.
Ergophobia: Fear of work
Gamophobia: Fear of marriage.
Herpetophobia: Fear of reptiles.
Hydrophobia: Fear of water.
Ophthalmophobia: Fear of being stared at.
Paedophobia: Fear of children; fear of dolls or fear of infants, childhood.
Pantophobia: Fear of everything.
Pentheraphobia: Fear or hatred of one's mother-in-law.
Phonophobia: fear of noise or of speaking aloud.
Photophobia: Fear of light.
Pyrophobia: Fear of fires or flames. Pyro means fire.
Spectrophobia: Fear of looking in a mirror
Technophobia: Fear of technology.
Thanatophobia: Fear of death.
Triskaidekaphobia: fear of the number thirteen.
Xenophobia: Fear of foreigners or strangers.

What is the most repeated command in the Bible?

More than prohibitions about sex, money, power, pride.
“do not be afraid,” “rejoice,” and “give thanks” — all of which are commands, in essence, to be happy.
“praise the Lord,” “do not be afraid,” “rejoice,” and “give thanks” — all of which are commands, in essence, to be happy.
Psalm 16:11 ESV
You make known to me the path of life; in your presence there is fullness of joy; at your right hand are pleasures forevermore.
Psalm 16:11
Repetition implies importances
The most repeated commands are not necessarily the most important.

God’s most repeated commands are means of obeying God’s most important commandments. - Jon Bloom

God’s promises v6

The promise of land.
Promised centuries earlier - , ,

A time when Abraham feared. -

A time when Abraham did not fear. -

God’s power v8

God’s power is seen through his Word.
Character is required to win military battles.

3 Things Joshua was to do in regard to the Scriptures.

Talk about it. -
Think about it. -
Follow it. -

What was Joshua’s assessment at the end of His life?

God’s presence. v9

The time that God did not go.

What was Joshua’s assessment at the end of His life?

Courage is knowing God’s promises, power, and presence will help you even when you feel scared.

2 Timothy 1:7 ESV
for God gave us a spirit not of fear but of power and love and self-control.
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