What does the “Fear” of our Heavenly Father mean? There are actually 4 different Hebrew words that are used in the scriptures. In Psalm 111, David is using the word that closely translates to the moral compass of our lives. If we have this fear of our Heavenly Father, we will take the teachings that He has given us seriously and walk them out in our lives. It is similar to having a good earthly father. If we trust him, we know that what he tells us is going to be to our benefit. If we step out of line, we know there are going to be consequences. Our Heavenly Father is not sitting up there waiting to throw lightning bolts at us if we step out of line. He is trying to keep us from hurting ourselves. He promises to protect us and deal with people who are trying to hurt us. He just asks us to trust Him and walk in the safe path He has laid out for us to follow.

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