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The fear of God in its true sense.
Some may be of the opinion that the word "fear," as it appears in the Bible, does not really mean what it says. In the Old Testament, several Hebrew words are used which translate into the English equivalent of "fear. The same is the case in the New Testament. Several Greek words are used, which translate much the same. People are often confused by the concept of fearing God. They think that God requires that people actually be afraid of Him, which is far from the truth. Most of this confusion is due to a poor choice of words used by the English translators of the Bible. In nearly every c…
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