In his latest work Max Lucado , author of tens of inspirational books, children’s books, and co-editor of a couple of bible editions, elaborates thoughts on fear and answers from a biblical, christian perspective. Fear addresses and shapes our character. It turns us into control freaks, raises doubts and unleashes the tyrant witin. Fear creates a form of spiritual amnesia. It dulls our miracle memory. Christ’s most common command emerges from the “fear not” genre. no wonder why the Bible teaches us a lot on this topic. In 14 chapters Lucado tackles various fears like sickness, doubt, poverty, death, end-times and raising kids. Fear is no sin, but can lead to sin. Parables, touching personal stories and familiar, but still inspirational, biblical narratives are here to help. Abraham, Joseph, Christ’s disciples, Jairus tell the story of a loving and forgiving, always present God that casts out fear. Let’s be numbered among those who hear a different voice, God’s. Courage does not panic; it prays. Courage believes. Courage listens to the voice of God calling through Scripture, “Fear not!” Fearless will comfort the reader, while Lucado remains human too, at times as doubtful as you and I.