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Fear No Evil

Fear No Evil

Facing the final test of faith, David Watson candidly shares his personal thoughts during his moving struggle with cancer: his doubts and fears but also his ability to trust in God and fear no evil.

David Watson was an internationally renowned and much-loved preacher and writer. His many books include Discipleship, I Believe in the Church, Is Anyone There? and One in the Spirit. He died in 1984, a few weeks after writing the final pages of this book.

Fear No Evil is the conquest of death… by facing it squarely… and knowing that for a believer it is the vestibule of glory.’ – J. I. Packer
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Reviews

A powerful blend of the personal and prophetic.
Church Times
Fear No Evil is, quite simply, marvellous: poignant and radiant, matter-of-fact and sublime, modest and heroic.
J. I. Packer
He writes with all the immediacy of a man caught between hope and fear.
Baptist Times