J.D. Farag | – Kill Worry Before Worry Kills You, Part 3 – Philippians 4:8-9

In part three of a teaching titled, “Kill Worry Before Worry Kills You,” out of Philippians 4:8-9, Pastor J.D. talks about how we can be victorious over fear, worry and anxiety. — Those wishing to give to Calvary Chapel Kaneohe, please visit [support us]
Connect with Pastor J.D. Farag on Social Media to stay updated on his latest Bible Prophecy teachings and End Times-related news.

Website: [support us]
Twitter: [support us]
Facebook: [support us]
Instagram: [support us]

About The Author

J.D. Farag J.D. Farag, Bible Prophecy - End Times - Pastor - Speaker Welcome to the official YouTube channel of Bible Prophecy speaker and Pastor, J.D. Farag of Calvary Chapel Kaneohe in Hawaii. With over 700 Million minutes watched, this is one of YouTube's most popular channels related to End Times news and global events. Born in Beirut Lebanon to an Egyptian father and Palestinian mother, Pastor J.D. Farag of Calvary Chapel Kaneohe, Hawaii loves Israel and offers a unique Arab perspective concerning the Middle East in Bible prophecy. J.D. and his wife were married in 1988 and currently reside on the Windward side of Oahu with their three children. ------------------- SOCIAL MEDIA DISCLAIMER: • Any comments containing profanity will be deleted. • By posting comments on this channel, you give Pastor J.D. Farag the irrevocable right to reproduce, distribute, publish, display, edit, modify, create derivative works from, and otherwise use your submission for any purpose in any form and on any media.

Comment (33)

  1. Anxiety. Such a ball and chain for so many, most I think in this world. There are drugs that affect the brain to affect (unnaturally) your serotonin levels, etc. Do they work? It would seem, sort of. But isn't it really just a bandaid for a wound that simply won't heal? Maybe it even makes things worse in the long run? Then there is God! Choose God and his LOVING commands, commands of true healing. Praise God! Amen!

  2. JD this series has been such a reinforcing blessing to me and the many I've shared these with. Thank you Lord and thank you for Your Word and thank you JD too. Maranatha in Jesus Name.
    Walter, and I'm worried about putting my name here either.

  3. Brother I can not wait to be with you in heaven this place is trying to say the least… Faith will give you patience and if you can learn what you have learned well… I pray over you daily brother come Lord come let us feast together we long to be together with you Lord! Praise and bless You for ever and forever in the name of
    Yeshua Ben YHWH, Jesus our King to whom belongs all glory amen

  4. Wow that feedback made me get up to run! It's 2:50am and I thought it was my heater. Can you tell I live in an unsafe place? Heart be still! An after thought now that I have calmed down is I was reaching for my Bible when that sound went off. After everything I pray I thank Him ahead of time and give Him all the glory before I end the prayer as if the prayer has already been answered.

  5. Pastor…please help me to understand…I am a Widow for over 14yrs…13 of these i have lived with my boyfriend, convicted in my spirit the whole time. It got to the point that when I wanted to leave yet I had no where to go, no money to do so. I believe I am saved by Grace through Faith! So many are telling me I am going to hell, I'm sick of doubting my salvation, just worrying constantly! Ty for the Word, please explain this to me. God Bless

  6. Thank you for this series. Thank you for sharing the embarrassing and whackadoodle thought processes that you've had as I have been struggling with the exact same thing for the last 2-3 weeks. Thank you brother, I appreciate you, and I thank God for you and your online ministry.

  7. I am subscribed to David Roper's E'Musing, and this morning this poem came with his writings, thought it appropriate to share, have a blessed week dear JD.In acceptance lieth peace…

    O my heart be still;

    Let thy restless worries cease

    And accept His will.

    Though this test be not thy choice,

    It is His—therefore rejoice.

  8. These sermons are so wonderful but I am still getting panic attacks in my sleep. While awake I can combat it but in my sleep I am defenseless. Our situation is genuinely scary to me but I want to trust God. It has been months of consuming anxiety. I am sick of it.

  9. Thank you for doing this series. I really needed to hear these messages. I have terrible anxiety issues. Thank you for all you do.
    God bless all brothers and sisters on our online church!

  10. Question: "What is the New Jerusalem?"

    Answer: The New Jerusalem, which is also called the Tabernacle of God, the Holy City, the City of God, the Celestial City, the City Foursquare, and Heavenly Jerusalem, is literally heaven on earth. It is referred to in the Bible in several places (Galatians 4:26; Hebrews 11:10; 12:22–24; and 13:14), but it is most fully described in Revelation 21.

    In Revelation 21, the recorded history of man is at its end. All of the ages have come and gone. Christ has gathered His church in the Rapture (1 Thessalonians 4:15–17). The Tribulation has passed (Revelation 6—18). The battle of Armageddon has been fought and won by our Lord Jesus Christ (Revelation 19:17–21). Satan has been chained for the 1,000-year reign of Christ on earth (Revelation 20:1–3). A new, glorious temple has been established in Jerusalem (Ezekiel 40—48). The final rebellion against God has been quashed, and Satan has received his just punishment, an eternity in the lake of fire (Revelation 20:7–10.) The Great White Throne Judgment has taken place, and mankind has been judged (Revelation 20:11–15).

    In Revelation 21:1 God does a complete make-over of heaven and earth (Isaiah 65:17; 2 Peter 3:12–13). The new heaven and new earth are what some call the “eternal state” and will be “where righteousness dwells” (2 Peter 3:13). After the re-creation, God reveals the New Jerusalem. John sees a glimpse of it in his vision: “The Holy City, the new Jerusalem, coming down out of heaven from God, prepared as a bride beautifully dressed for her husband” (Revelation 21:2). This is the city that Abraham looked for in faith (Hebrews 11:10). It is the place where God will dwell with His people forever (Revelation 21:3). Inhabitants of this celestial city will have all tears wiped away (Revelation 21:4).

    The New Jerusalem will be fantastically huge. John records that the city is nearly 1,400 miles long, and it is as wide and as high as it is long—a perfect cube (Revelation 21:15–17). The city will also be dazzling in every way. It is lighted by the glory of God (verse 23). Its twelve foundations, bearing the names of the twelve apostles, are “decorated with every kind of precious stone” (verse 19). It has twelve gates, each a single pearl, bearing the names of the twelve tribes of Israel (verses 12 and 21). The street will be made of pure gold (verse 21).

    The New Jerusalem will be a place of unimagined blessing. The curse of the old earth will be gone (Revelation 22:3). In the city are the tree of life “for the healing of the nations” and the river of life (verses 1–2). It is the place that Paul spoke of: “In the coming ages [God] might show the incomparable riches of his grace, expressed in his kindness to us in Christ Jesus” (Ephesians 2:7). The New Jerusalem is the ultimate fulfillment of all God’s promises. The New Jerusalem is God’s goodness made fully manifest.

    Who are the residents of the New Jerusalem? The Father and the Lamb are there (Revelation 21:22). Angels are at the gates (verse 12). But the city will be filled with God’s redeemed children. The New Jerusalem is the righteous counter to the evil Babylon (Revelation 17), destroyed by God’s judgment (Revelation 18). The wicked had their city, and God has His. To which city do you belong? Babylon the Great or the New Jerusalem? If you believe that Jesus, the Son of God, died and rose again and have asked God to save you by His grace, then you are a citizen of the New Jerusalem. “God raised [you] up with Christ and seated [you] with him in the heavenly realms in Christ Jesus” (Ephesians 2:6). You have “an inheritance that can never perish, spoil or fade” (1 Peter 1:4). If you have not yet trusted Christ as your Savior, then we urge you to receive Him. The invitation is extended: “The Spirit and the bride say, ‘Come!’ And let the one who hears say, ‘Come!’ Let the one who is thirsty come; and let the one who wishes take the free gift of the water of life” (Revelation 22:17).

    Recommended Resource: Heaven by Randy Alcorn


  11. JD, Brothers and Sisters in Christ,

    Scripture: Matthew Chp24 V36: "However, no one knows the day or hour when these things will happen, not even the angels in heaven or the Son himself. Only the Father knows. BUT…..AND ITS A BIG BUT………….Jesus never said we couldn't know the year.

    Prepare to your heart for the scriptures of Hosea come to life as NEVER before…..

    Matthew Chp 11 Verse 5: (New Living Translation)

    Anyone with ears to hear should listen and understand!

    John Chp 25 Verse 5: Very truly I tell you, a time is coming and has now come when the dead will hear the voice of the Son of God and those who hear will live.


  12. I get overwhelmed when we have really bad storms. I live in Tornado Alley. Back in 2012, my daughter's home was destroyed by a tornado. She and the children were in the shelter. I'm praying that I will overcome the anxiety. I'm originally from the Ny/PA area and a thunder storm was just a thunder storm. I'm writing this during a thunder storm.