Do Not Fear

Based on Isaiah 41:10, this powerful spoken word explores our Covid-centred fears and then points us to Jesus

We all get scared. We’re not not unstoppable. Our fears may be about Covid, but many are in our head: fear of what people think, fear of what to do next, fear of conflict. 

Have you noticed that we can be less scared depending on who we’re with? The Bible tells us that the Almighty God is with us always. He will give us help and strength. 

Our own man-made security is fleeting, but with God as our Rock and Refuge and conqueror of death, we can face our fears. 

Possible Discussion Questions

  • What are your fears? Who helps you face them? 
  • What difference does God make to facing your fears?

Related Bible Reference

  • Isaiah 41:10
  • Matthew 28:18-20



Produced by Scripture Union Northern Ireland

Working with churches, Scripture Union Northern Ireland aims to make God’s good news known to children, young people and families around the world and in Northern Ireland through Schools, Camps & Missions and Training & Resources.

Written and performed by Phil Howe

Phil Howe is the Training & Resources Manager for Scripture Union Northern Ireland. He loves sharing from God’s Word and has a heart for equipping people to open up the Bible for themselves and for others.

Filmed and Edited by James Balmer

James Balmer studied Digital Media at Edinburgh Napier University. He is currently doing an internship with Scripture Union Northern Ireland. He has a passion and gifting for videography, graphic design and creating content.

Script and Editing by: Mark Moorhead