Psalm 110 A Messianic psalm that the HCSB notes says is the most frequently cited psalm in the New Testament.
Psalm 111:10 The fear of the Lord is the beginning of wisdom; all who follow His instructions have good insight. His praise endures forever. To fear the Lord is to follow His instructions.
Psalm 119 This long psalm, near the center of the Bible, exalts God’s word and instructions to us and the following thereof, not a thing to do away with (v89).
Psalm 112:7-8 He (the righteous man) will not fear bad news; his heart is confident, trusting in the Lord. His heart is assured; he will not fear… Do you live without fear?
To go along with my previous comment I read a blog post this week that I thought would be good to share entitled “5 Enemy Entry Points You Probably Haven't Thought Of”. Below are the 5 points.
1) Harboring Anger
2) Indulging in Anxiety
3) Entertaining Fear
4) Withholding Forgiveness
5) Accepting False Guilt
To read further details about each point and how we can be victorious you can find the blog post here.