Webcast

God’s Answer to Fear, Worry and Anxiety

by Greg Laurie on Jun 23, 2019

In this webcast, Pastor Greg Laurie shares a message from John 14 and Matthew 14 titled “God’s Answer to Fear, Worry, and Anxiety” in our “Sunday Morning series” at Harvest Christian Fellowship.

Sermon Notes

Have you ever felt worried? Scared? Full of anxiety? and hopelessness that anything can or will get better?  Well, Jesus has an answer to these feelings and questions in the Bible. The word Jesus uses for troubled is a picturesque word that means, “Don’t let your heart shudder.” While there are reasons to be troubled, there is a greater reason not to be. When you don’t understand what is happening, fall back on what you do understand.

Application

It is easy to get stressed with life and the unknown, but remember that Jesus said “I give them eternal life, and they will never perish. No one can snatch them away from Me.” He also said, “Fear not, little flock; for it is your Father’s good pleasure to give you the kingdom.” A few things we should remember

  • God is our Shepherd, and we are His sheep.
  • God is our Father who loves us and cares for us.
  • God is our King!
  • Fear makes us sink.
  • Jesus never forces Himself into any life.

Scriptures

  • John 14
  • Matthew 14
  • John 14:1-3
  • Job 5:7
  • Luke 12:32
  • John 10:28-29
  • Matthew 14:27-30
  • Matthew 14:27-31

How to Know God

  • Realize you are a sinner
  • Recognize that Jesus Christ died on the cross for you
  • Repent of your sin
  • Receive Jesus Christ into your life

Sinner’s Prayer

“Dear Lord Jesus, I know I am a sinner. I believe You died for my sins. Right now, I turn from my sins and open the door of my heart and life. I confess You as my personal Lord and Savior. Thank You for saving me. Amen.”

 

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