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The fear of the Lord is the beginning of the wisdom

Discussion in 'Seeking Jesus' started by Mikko Ainasoja, Aug 6, 2014.

  1. Greetings to all,

    The fear of the Lord is the beginning of the wisdom. Always serve the Lord with fear and rejoice him with trembling.

    Today I in Lord Jesus Christ want to exhort you all, that you take this wisdom, and become wise at it, because without that wisdom, we do not have wisdom at all ourselves, but carelessness.

    So walk always this great wisdom in your heart, so that you do not get lost from him which is the Life.

    Exhort from

    Mikko Ainasoja

    Lord Jesus Christ and God's servant

    This writing is a edited copy, for all peoples
     
  2. Greetings to all,

    And what is even more bigger wisdom is that, that love your neighbour, as yourself, have love for everyone. That is the most biggest wisdom. Amen.

    So remember to have love for others and do good, stay always in our Lord Jesus Christ, and you stay in Life and you get live.

    And may God Almighty bless you all in our Lord Jesus Christ. Amen.

    Sincerely

    Mikko Ainasoja

    Lord Jesus Christ and God's servant
     
  3. Will someone please define...'The fear of the Lord' clearly and concisely as taught by Christian churches?
     
  4. Taught in some churches, or taught in the Bible?

    The word in Proverbs 1:7; is yirah (yiraw). dreadfully fearful, exceedingly fearful. fear, terror, fearing.
    awesome, reverence, piety and respect.

    Some churches narrow this down to only respect. But then they will say you don't have to obey God in order
    to respect Him. I personally take it as "all of the above".
     
  5. I do have to agree that 'the fear of the Lord' is a reverential respect, awe but the terror kind of fear has no place in a Christian's life.....With the negative fear there is no trust (faith)...On the other hand, one who is not saved has lots of reason to be afraid...Very afraid.

    Any Christian who says one does not have to obey God in order to respect Him is deceived...
     

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