The fear of the Lord
beginning of wisdom.—Psalm 111:10.
O, fear not in a world like this,
And thou shalt know ere long,—
Know how sublime a thing it is
To suffer and be strong.—Longfellow.
Fear not the proud and the haughty; fear
rather him who fears God.—Saadi.
guides more to their duty than gratitude; for one man who is virtuous
from the love of virtue, from the obligation he thinks he lies under to
the Giver of all, there are ten thousand who are good only from their
apprehension of punishment.—Goldsmith.
The fear of God is freedom, joy,
And makes all
ills that vex us here to cease.—Waller.
The Lord is my light and my salvation;
whom shall I fear?—Psalm 27:1.
Fear is implanted in us as a
preservative from evil.—Dr. Johnson.
God planted fear in the soul as truly as
He planted hope or courage.
Fear is a kind of bell, or gong, which rings the mind into quick life
and avoidance upon the approach of danger. It is the soul's signal for
There is no fear in love; but perfect
love casteth out fear: because
fear hath torment.—1 John 4:18.
Fear is the tax that conscience pays to
Fear not; for I am with thee.—Isaiah 43:5.