Fear the Lord, my Sister.

“And He will delight in the fear of the LORD. He will not judge by what His eyes see, and He will not decide by what His ears hear. Isaiah 11:3

“Hallelujah! Blessed is the man who fears the LORD, who greatly delights in His commandments.” Psalms 112:1

To fear you
revere you
stand in awe of you
Lord, teach me how
Wow!
you’re showing me now
you’re showing me how
beautiful
amazing
and merciful
you’re showing me now
you’re showing me how
faithful
breathtakingly beautiful
my heart is dancing
because you have instructed me
you have helped me see your way
and I fear you
revere you
stand in awe of you
You’re teaching me how
Wow!
you’re showing me now

All throughout Scripture, we see the fear of the Lord as highly esteemed. Kings reigned successfully, and entire nations thrived when they feared the Lord. So, what is it? The fear of the Lord is to have a deep reverence for God that produces obedience. It is what causes us to seek to do things God’s way rather than our way. It is what bothers us until we’ve forgiven and made things right with that person. It causes us to stand for what is right in the face of opposition. It causes us to put aside how we feel about the situation because we desperately want to know how God feels. It is what keeps us from heading down a dangerous and destructive path. The fear of the Lord produces good sense and is the start of great decision-making ability. Many times we pray for wisdom. I believe it would be best to begin praying that God teaches us how to fear Him. When He does teach us, we receive a constant flow of wisdom like a running faucet in our lives. This is our treasure and is what separates us from everyone else.

Prayer: Father, teach me how to fear you. Teach me how to reverence you and be in awe of you to where I obey you. Show me how to fear you and let it produce a constant flow of wisdom in my life. In Jesus’ name, Amen.

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8 thoughts on “Fear the Lord, my Sister.”

  1. 🌿 I do fear you Lord. Especially when I know I’ve said something wrong ither to my husband or someone else at work I just can’t let it slip by, I have to make mends with that person I’ve hurt πŸ˜” or my husband. There are times that I find myself grieving for the the awful things that’s going on in this world 🌎 right now I sometimes sit or walk when I’m alone wondering how you feel about how some of your children are Not doing right I know you grieve Papa and so do I. I hurt a lot for you it saddens my heart and at times I 😒 cry. I love you Jesus. I’m so Sorry for what’s happening in this world 🌍 I love you and please help us to Reverence Fear you O Lord, Thy God πŸ‘‘ King of thy Universe who is Holy to thy Commandments. Love and kisses to my Jesus and God the Almighty. 🌿

  2. Lord I do have the fear of in me and Lord I need you to teaching me your ways daily and my life God I need your help and the will of God and my life I say yes Lord to your will and Jesus name Amen πŸ™πŸ½ πŸ™ŒπŸ½

  3. Heavenly Father,
    I am sorry for not only the lack of fear in me but the entire body of Christ. Lord help us to fear you, teach us to reverence you daily. Restore back to us the joy of our salvation and first love towards you in Jesus Name I ask these things. Amen.

  4. Yes, Lord. I fear You but please help me to walk forward with You through all my fears.

    Help me to know healthy fear and not be paralyzed by fear. You never failed me yet but help me believe that I will not fall You or myself. I need Your help. In Jesus’ name, Amen.

    Thank you Sis. Kesha.

    Blessings, Shalom and Agape.

  5. Heavenly Father,
    I don’t stand in fear as in afraid of you.
    I stand in utter fear of how awesome, powerful and patient you are with all of us. Your mercy and loving kindness.
    Oh, how I desire more of you and less of me. Fill me Lord, so you may live through me.

  6. β€πŸ™ŒπŸΏ Lord teach me how to fear you , teach me how to revere you ……..that I may always obey you……..and liveπŸ˜”

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