Whom Shall I Fear? (2 of 16) by Ken Trivette

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Whom Shall I Fear? (2 of 16)
Series: Great Questions from the Bible
Ken Trivette
Psalm 27:1

Outline
I. THE FEAR THAT SEIZES OUR HEARTS!
A. The Enemies That Attack Us.
B. The Events That Alarm Us.
II. THE FOCUS THAT STRENGHTENS OUR HEARTS!
A. The Lord Was His Light In Dark Times.
B. The Lord Was His Liberty In Distressing Times.
C. The Lord Was His Life In Difficult Times.
III. THE FAITH THAT SETTLES OUR HEARTS!
A. The Absence Of Fearfulness.
B. The Presence of Restfulness.

1. There was a stormy night when the disciples found themselves in a terrible storm and their little boat being tossed about by the winds and waves. Water began filling the ship and it looked as if they were on the verge of sinking. Fear and panic filled the hearts of the disciples and when they approached the Lord, His question to them was, "Why are ye so fearful" (Mark 4:40)? Hundreds of years earlier, the Psalmist had asked himself a similar question: "Whom shall I fear," and "of whom shall I be afraid?"

2. In our present series of sermons we are looking at Great Questions From The Bible. The first question that we looked at is found in Acts 16:30 and it was the great question asked by the Philippian Jailer: "Sirs, what must I do to be saved?" The answer he received is found in Acts 16:31, "And they said, Believe on the Lord Jesus Christ, and thou shalt be saved, and thy house."

3. Today I want us to look at the question asked by the Psalmist in Psalm 27:1, "Whom shall I fear?" It is a great question and one that I believe is very relevant to consider in the hour in which we live. As believers, is there anything or anyone that we should fear? Lets examine the question asked by the Psalmist and seek to find an answer to that question. I want you to notice with me three things from the Psalm. First, I want you to see:

I. THE FEAR THAT SEIZES OUR HEARTS!

1. The subject of fear is a major subject in the first three verses and has bearing on the remaind ...


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