Did you know there were BENEFITS to the Biblical fear of God? That’s right, Sparky, it’s about more than simply avoiding temptation.
If somebody asked you to name the benefits associated with the fear of God, would you have a ready answer? Or would the question leave you slackjawed?
Do you know the difference between the wholesome fear that keeps you from blowing past life’s guardrails and doing dumb $#^! and the servile fear of a slave to his captor?
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