Contributed by Mark Strauss on May 4, 2006
When we meet Peter and John in Acts 4, they are in a situation that we would expect to produce fear. Fear is a rational response.
•They have been arrested and thrown in prison. Their very lives are threatened.
•Yet instead of fear, we see boldness a
Standing Firm on a Solid Foundation
Fear. It is perhaps the common human emotion. And we all have things we are afraid of.
•There are scientific names for every fear imaginable.
•There is claustrophobia, the fear of enclosed places; acrophobia, the fear of high places; agoraphobia,