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-What is the fear of the Lord?

The original Hebrew and Greek words mean much the same. They mean 'fear of an awesome and terrifying thing'. And the Creator, though of love.(1John 4:8), is also very powerful and terrifying. 

You work for someone. You have a 'fear' of those above you. This helps keep you from being careless in your work and being dismissed. But you may go out with the boss, may even get to go to his house for dinner, may even become good friends and as you get to know each other well, the fear is replaced with a friendly warm relationship of respect. This love (*) is now the impetus and not fear.

This scripture may help with the 'fear of God' idea:.Proverbs 8:13 "The fear of the LORD is to hate evil. Pride, arrogancy, the evil way and the froward mouth, do I hate."

When two people are getting to know each other, they too are conscious and careful of doing things just right. At this point they each stand to gain and they both fear to screw it up, fear here being a great respect for each others. As they grow in love and affection and trust of each other, comfort sets in and they become more alike. The fear that once was is gone, replaced by an attitude of wanting to please each other, instead of having to in order to maintain the relationship.

The fear of what God can do coupled with the tenderness of His mercy, helps you to depart from evil and you grow in understanding of this Great Infinite Intelligence. When you are one with someone, there is no fear, because you are basically both of the same attitude:.Philippians 2:5,6; Proverbs 16:6; 14:27.

If your heart's desire is to always do the best spiritually, for yourself and for others, you are departing from evil:.Proverbs 3:7; 16:17. If you love the things of a higher consciousness, you are departing from evil. God does not want you to be in fear of Him; He does not fear you and He only can have a relationship with equals.

Dealing with evil things all around you requires some wisdom: Amos 5:13


-Who/what created God?

Psalms 90:2 "Before the mountains were brought forth or ever you had formed the earth and the world, even from everlasting to everlasting, you are God."

With humans, everything we see has beginning and an end. Creator-God exists outside of time, being eternal:.Acts 17:24.

We see birth and death, structures planned and built and demolished, things bought and disposed off, etc. 

Comprehending Creator-God is comprehending eternity, timelessness, space and most important of all, comprehension of oneself inside, in your soul, where no beginning and no end ever will apply.(*); instead, continuous existence and experience, so, let's get good at it:.Isaiah 46:4,5,10; 57:15; 1Corinthians 2:11,12; Romans 1:20.

Where did God come from and who made God? Creator-God has always been and located as the Silence. At this our minds stop cold. But we can 'see' God through purposeful.design. The world is crafted with great precision. Who made it that way?

Scientists are thrilled when they discover ancient tools as they elicit the fact of design by intelligence. 

All of us can easily agree when we see a technical marvel, such as automobiles, airplanes, computers, televisions, cellphones & telephones, beautiful buildings, etc., that these are not the result of an explosion of metals and rocks somehow assembling themselves into the products of today. This explanation is akin to the ludicrous theory of evolution, being elaboration for those accepting sin vacilar.concoctions regarding the beginning of organisms of life. Rather than such confusion of randomness, we know intelligence produces intricacy of design. We are not stupid and yet are presented in schools with concepts evidencing idiocy

All these amazingly helpful technologies come about as a result of what God has designed and that includes the awe inspiring design of man.

With the Creator there was no beginning and never will there be an end. God was not the 'first'. To be called the 'first', presupposes that before this, was nothing. There was never nothing.

The Creator is eternal. He has always existed. There has always been existence. There was no 'before' Him. There never has been any 'before'. In eternity exists no time. All just is. At this our finite minds hesitate:.Ecclesiastes 3:11. Just as it is easy for us to think of beginnings and finishings, God's awareness of that which we accept as being temporary, is eternal. All the patterns are always there. If they weren't how then could the universe be maintained? How then could your body repair itself when you get a cut or bruise?

We define time. We define death. Eternity is different. In this physical existence we see beginnings and endings. We see things made from other things. We see birth and death. We see the passing of circumstances. We wait for the promises of prosperity. We sometimes get a little down seeing our hopes for a better life here expiring.(1Corinthians 15:19).and wonder about why all the trials come along. Creator-God has a purpose so far beyond this present existence that it's mostly incomprehensible to us:.1Corinthians 2:9-12. We only see it as through a dark smoky glass:.1Corinthians 13:12

Eternity can be defined as the presence of God, in, through and comprising all within:.Romans 11:36

Creator-God lives in eternity.(Isaiah 57:15).and is the Eternal One wanting us to awaken to our eternity with Him.(John 17:2).where there will be no more physical. It is like; you are living, but you are also much more than just living. You are your concepts.(beliefs, ideas, hopes and dreams).which define your individuality. The Great Infinite One is also that way. We are made in Creator-God's image, that is, the Silence from where thought of us came from. See 'Does God Exist'?


-Does God know about me and does He love me?
1Corinthians 8:3; 1John 4:19; John 3:16,17; 16:27;.Nahum 1:7 "The LORD is good, a stronghold in the day of trouble and he knows them that trust in him." 2Thessalonians 2:13 "But we are bound to give thanks always to God for you, brethren beloved of the Lord, because God has from the beginning.chosen you.to salvation.('saved', what does it mean?).through sanctification of the Spirit and belief of the truth."

1John 2:5 "But whoso keeps his word.(being aligned with God), in him verily is the love of God perfected. Hereby know we that we are in him."

The Creator thinks about you:.Psalms 40:5 "Many, O LORD my God are thy wonderful works which you have done and.your thoughts which are toward us. They cannot be reckoned up in order unto thee. If I would declare and speak of them, they are more than can be numbered."

How important are you? 

Our Creator loves us even though we may not know Him. He sent His Son to die, so you could have a relationship with Him and not die, unless of course you override with your beliefs about death, because the Creator never overrides them.

Even in ancient times the Creator never forgot people and their wants and needs:.Genesis 29:31; 30:22,23.
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