FEAR NOT - PART 2 (14 OF 19)

by Zach Terry

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Fear Not - Part 2 (14 of 19)
Series: Acts
Zach Terry
Acts 18

OPENING INTRODUCTION: From 2001-2006 then again from 2011-2012 NBC's hit show fear factor pushed contestants to the limits with daring, nauseating and mind boggling stunts. It earned NBC 600 Million of advertising revenue. The most important line was always at the end when the host would turn to the winner and say, ''apparently fear is not a factor for you''

According National Institute for Mental Health - 6.3 Million Americans have some type of mental phobia. In other words large amounts of Americans have fear as a factor in their lives.

Here are a few:

Pentheraphobia - fear of your mother in law
Chronomenophobia - fear of clocks
Diloscoliophobia - fear of schools
Lupuslimpophobia - fear of being chased by timber wolves around a kitchen table while wearing socks on a freshly waxed floor
Automatonophobia- Fear of ventriloquist's dummies, animatronic creatures, wax statues - anything that falsly represents a sentient being- OLD NAVY
Ecclesiophobia- Fear of church.

WHAT DO YOU FEAR? What keeps you awake at night? What seasons every decision you make and keeps you from reaching your real potential?

Financial? Layoffs. Some of you lay awake at night gripped with fear over what your employer might do.
Medical? Doctor's Reports. Mom and Dad how many of you watch your kid like a hawk and analyze every twitch in his eye. And the next thing you know your brain has turned that twitch into a tumor and you are convinced a tumor is growing somewhere?
Family? The Unknown - Some of you are gripped with fear because of what your spouse might be doing. You have no evidence, you have know reason to doubt... but you do.
Opinions? - Some of you live your life afraid of what others might think. That's why you don't share your faith.
You know what i believe, I believe some of these young people are called into the ministry, but they won't surrender because of fear of what mom or dad will thin ...

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