What Does It Mean To Fear God –Part 2

What Does It Mean To Fear God –Part 2

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CHILDREN-

Dear precious child, yesterday I began talking to you about what it means to Fear God. The fear Of God is the beginning of wisdom, and God wants you as his child to be wise, this is why the bible further explains what it means to fear God.

To fear the Lord is to hate evil; I hate pride and arrogance, evil behavior and perverse speech. –Proverbs 8:13 (NIV)

Yesterday we discussed two of these points mentioned in our focus verse:

1. The fear of God is to Hate Evil.

2. The fear of God is to Hate Pride and Arrogance.

Let’s continue today with the remaining two!

3. To Fear God is to Hate Evil Behaviour.

What exactly is evil behaviour? Things such as lying, stealing, gossiping, malice, unforgiveness, etc, these and more are more things like this are evil behaviour. There is a long list of commandments called the Ten Commandments that God gave the children of Israel through Moses. This is an indication that God wants us to act right all the time, if we as his children say we fear him, then you and I must hate any behaviour that is evil.

4. To Fear God is to Hate Perverse Speech.

Perverse speeches are wrong words, words that don’t build, but rather tire down, slang that are not godly. Children of God shouldn’t be found speaking vulgar languages or using slang that doesn’t represent Jesus. You are God’s ambassador on earth; everything you do should represent God.

This is the end of our lesson on what it means to fear God, make sure you put to use what you have learned.

PRAYER:
Father in the name of Jesus, I pray that I have the fear of God in Jesus name.

ACTION PLAN:
Decide to put in your best in all you do today

DECLARATION:                               
I have the fear of God, I hate evil all the days of my life.

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