Fearless, as used here, is a reference to a book by the same title that was written by Max Lucado (Nashville, TN: Thomas Nelson, Inc., 2009). I was so impressed with the book that I developed a series of discipleship development teachings based on the book.

You would be blessed to purchase and prayerfully study it for yourself (click here to purchase); however, I believe the following notes will be a great blessing to you as well.

- Being Afraid - Fearless Teaching #1

- Not Mattering - Fearless Teaching #2

- Disappointing God - Fearless Teaching #3

- Running Out - Fearless Teaching #4

- Protecting Your Children - Fearless Teaching #5

- Great Challenges - Fearless Teaching #6

- Worst Case - Fearless Teaching #7

- Violently Attacked - Fearless Teaching #8

- Accumulation of Wealth - Fearless Teaching #9

- Fear of Death - Fearless Teaching #10

- Stressful Lives - Fearless Teaching #11

- Doubting God - Fearless Teaching #12

- Bad Things - Fearless Teaching #13

- Reverence - Fearless Teaching #14

There are too many believers who are too afraid of the things of this world; consequently, their lives are being lived at such a lower level than they have to be. I am praying that instead of being afraid that we will life by faith in God.

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921391: Fearless: Imagine Your Life Without Fear Fearless: Imagine Your Life Without Fear
By Max Lucado / Thomas Nelson

Fear is like an invisible prison. It holds you captive, influencing your choices and perceptions about life, God, and other people. Can you imagine what your life would be like without fear? With so much going wrong in the world it can seem hard to picture. In Fearless, Max Lucado author of 3:16: The Numbers of Hope, and pastor of Oak Hills Church, shows you how life can be lived with confidence and joy, when you replace your fear with faith. Let this inspiring and timely message encourage your heart today!

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