Fear

What is fear according to the Bible?

The fear of God is called, in the Bible, the reverent fear and respect that, according to teachings such as Christianity and Judaism, should be kept before God. Also, the fear of God is one of the gifts of the Holy Spirit that will make you practice good and turn away from evil.

It refers to a specific form of fear, close to the ideas of respect, admiration and submission to God and his will. In this sense, many religious people “fear” the final judgment, hell, or the omnipotence of God.

What is the difference between fear and fear in the Bible?

Fear is a natural primary emotion in animals, including humans. It consists of experiencing restlessness, disapproval and aversion to a threat or danger. … Fear, on the other hand, is the assumption or suspicion of danger, but unlike fear, fear is usually not well founded.

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