It is not necessarily the lack of fear, but rather that the inner compulsion to achieve is greater. It is a confidence “the Lord is with us”
(Num 14:9). We may
be the only one who knows we are afraid! Where does my confidence rest – in in the problem or in the Lord all powerful?
My knees may knock but Jesus holds my hand
come against me in the flesh, “but I come against you in the name of the Lord Almighty…” (1 Sam 17:45). David was confident in his standing with God and was aware of the spiritual dimension. He was aware of this principle, “With him is only the arm of the flesh, but with us is the Lord our God to help us and fight our battles” (2 Chr 32:8).