Have you ever had a fear that just seemed to have a grip on you and you couldn’t seem to shake it? It might be a fear of the dark or small spaces. It might be a fear of something happening to you or a fear of making someone mad. It might be a fear of failure or embarrassment.
It doesn’t matter what the fear is, the truth is that fears come in all kinds of forms and fear can grip our lives to the point of paralyzing our actions or putting us into panic. Fear can cause us to not function properly or to not make decisions the way that we would normally do.
We can even get gripped by certain fears to the point that we think that we can never overcome those fears. You might even be thinking that today! I’ve tried to overcome my fear, but I just can’t seem to do it.
Today, I want us to look at Ps. 34:4 together and see where the psalmist, which appears to be David (who later became king), reveals that God delivered him from all his fears. Today, I want you to be able to leave saying, Thank God, I’m Free At Last!
Let’s see what the Bible reveals to us in this one verse in Ps. 34:4
- You can be delivered from any and all fears.
Note that David was delivered from all his fears. There is no fear or trouble that you can not be delivered from.
- Fear is a spiritual issues.
In 2 Timothy 1:7 (NKJV): For God has not given us a spirit of fear, but of power and of love and of a sound mind.
If God does not give us a spirit of fear, it must be of the devil.
- You must choose to seek deliverance from your fears and troubles.
Note that David took the action to get deliverance.
Fear is a liar, so don’t let fear tell you that you can not overcome your fears.