Story of two Muslim men who discover Jesus when one of them, a lame man, is healed during Peter’s Friendship Festival in Conakry, Guinea in West Africa. To give “Salvation God’s Gift to You” books to new believers in THEIR OWN LANGUEGE, click here.
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When people travel with me to one of our overseas Campaigns, they usually tell me; “Peter, the highlight for me was to attend the Gospel Revolution Seminar. It changed my life.” During the Seminar, which usually involves three days during the Campaign week, Thursday to […]
This 3 minute video is what happens in almost every Sunday service in our church. It’s crucially important, because people are important. If you would like to receive FREE Peter Youngren’s book, Salvation God’s gift to you, click here. To give “Salvation God’s Gift to […]
Facing a loss of a close family member, relative, or friend may be very difficult; it may make any of us feel overwhelmed by grief. When my beloved Auntie Kirsti passed away a while ago the realization of her final departure felt both crucially painful and numbing […]
Are you happy with your financial situation? Your debt? Mortgage? Do you want a better financial life? More financial peace? There is good news; God wants to help you!
This message is to invite you to actively believe that God is interested in you and he has a plan for your financial well-being.
Your biggest asset is not your house, not your business or your money – it is….
God speaks words of freedom to Israel:
Do not be afraid. Fear is a choice. We are not victims; we are responsible to choose to lean on God’s love instead of fear. Our life is determined by what we choose to fear; to be in awe of circumstances or in awe of God…
Israel had experienced how God guided them out of Egypt by the pillar of cloud and the pillar of fire. If anyone had seen miracles it was the people of Egypt, yet these people were afraid. About the time they arrived at the Red Sea, Egypt had finished mourning the loss of their first born and Pharaoh sent his elite troops to corner Israel at the edge of the water. Immediately fear showed up. Maybe you have experienced Gods power and Gods love, even deliverance and healing and yet you find yourself under the attack of fear. As soon as the circumstances turned negative, the people forgot the pains of slavery, and wished for the cemeteries of Egypt.
Fear finds a reason to pass blame, to burrow into the past, to blame self and others. In this case they blamed God…
Fear is a mental paralysis where logical thought is exchanged for chaotic emotions. The Hebrew word for anxiety indicates a troubled soul, an eruption of emotions in the psyche. One Scripture describes it as “hearts melted within”. Today we’d call that an emotional meltdown. In another Scripture fear is described as the dread you’d feel if the walls and ceiling were closing in on you and there’s nowhere to go.
Fear thrives on rehearsing negative scenarios from the past and imagining more trouble in the near or distant future. It re-runs the same movie of past failures again and again in our minds. This is all in stark contrast to God who lives in the now.
The words ‘fear not’ appear 366 times in the Bible…