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The Cure for Fear Is Exposure to Fear

I recently went to the doctor's office for an extensive battery of allergy tests. My doctor wanted to find out what allergens trigger my asthma. The nurse-practitioner ...

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Intercessory Prayer for a Fearful Friend

Carrie was a casual acquaintance from church—an outgoing person with a quick smile and ready words of encouragement. But something in my spirit discerned ...

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Only God Is Great

In 1717, King Louis XIV of France died. Preferring to be called "Louis the Great," he was the monarch who declared, "I am the State!" His court was the ...

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Chinese Children Stand for Christ

Near the beginning of 2005, Chinese officials from the Public Security Bureau burst into a Sunday school room at a local church. They found 30 children ...

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The Difference Between Courage and Fear

"Courage is fear that has said its prayers."

—General George Patton, as heard from Chaplain George Metcalf

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"The Patriot": Will You Stop Only at Words?

The Patriot reminds us that some things are worth fighting for. In this scene, Gabriel Martin (Heath Ledger) opens the door of the church where a memorial ...

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Love Saves Disabled Man from Violence

Late one evening, while attending a conference in the German city of Hamburg, I boarded a commuter train and headed for an outlying suburb. The train ...

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Life Without Fear

He who loves God with all his heart dreads neither death, torment, judgment, nor hell, for perfect love opens a sure passage to God.

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Greater Love...

Do not be too quick to assume that your enemy is a savage just because he is your enemy. Perhaps he is your enemy because he thinks you are a savage. ...

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Sharing the Unique in Ourselves

I have found that the very feeling that has seemed to me most private, most personal, and hence most incomprehensible by others, has turned out to be ...

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