Fear: Breaking Its Grip

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Author: Lou Priolo

Do you feel paralyzed by fear? Does it keep you from doing what you know is right and being who you want to be? When fear takes over, it seems like a controlling, irresistible force, and often becomes an excuse for not doing what we should.

Yet there is hope and help in God's Word for conquering fear before it conquers you.

In this booklet, Lou Priolo solves a problem that, for the chronically fearful, seems to have no solution. Proving that fear is an emotion to be controlled, not a force that controls you, he shows us that the fears that cripple us are caused by our own selfishness.

He also provides insight into fear by listing ways to determine when your fear has become sinful, and offers guidelines for conquering that fear by drawing our courage from God's sovereignty and the comfort in his Word.

The Resources for Biblical Living booklet series addresses a wide range of practical life issues in a straightforward, down-to-earth, and most of all, biblical manner.

About the author:

Lou Priolo is an author of several books, noted lecturer, and full time biblical counselor for over 25 years; ACBC Fellow; Director of Biblical Counseling and ruling elder at Eastwood Presbyterian Church (Montgomery, AL); instructor at Birmingham Theological Seminary; married with two children; B.A., Pastoral Studies, Calvary Bible College; M.A., Counseling, Liberty University; Post Graduate, Certificate in Substance Abuse.

His books include Heart of Anger, Pleasing People, Teach Them Diligently, Complete Husband and other works.

Endorsements:

"Biblical, practical, straightforward, and timely are the main qualities that these brief booklets will offer to those who read them. If you're looking for a relevant word for your difficult path, read them hopefully and receive much needed direction."  ~Lance Quinn

"Lou Priolo brings over two decades of counseling experiences, a deep knowledge of Scripture, and a love for God's people to his writing. You'll find these little booklets very helpful. . . . I heartily recommend them."  ~Elyse Fitzpatrick