Know God, No Fear
Joni Eareckson Tada tells the story of a teacher who takes a group of children camping in the forest. As the unknown noises of the forest night get the best of the children and the group becomes scared of what might be lurking behind the trees, the teacher, Miss Johnson, takes this teachable moment to tell the children about David. The lesson being that although David had much to feat at times, he always knew he did not have to be afraid--God was with him.
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Review: Know God, No Fear: A Group of Friends Learn to Trust God with Their FearsUser Review - Mandy - Goodreads
Summary: Mrs. Bailey calm campers' fears as she relates their fears to what David wrote in the Bible's book of Psalms. I like the repeated phrase "Know God, no fear!" Read full review