SPEAKER: Kelly Preston
What would a healthy fear of the Lord look in your life? Would it mean offering up worship to the Lord even when you didn’t feel like it? Would it mean discovering or rediscovering your favorite verse in the Bible and pondering its direct application to your present circumstances? Fear of The Lord is the beginning of wisdom. To fear the Lord means to offer your worship, to give respect to him, but also to recognize who he is. Sometimes we can get caught up in the chaos or the situations right in front of us. But, Psalm 33 tells us to fear God, and we’ll have nothing else to fear.
Book: Read the Book of Psalms
This book is for everyone and every occasion. Whether you need hope, strength, comfort, a spring in your step, or peace of mind.
Read this Psalm as a personal testimony that was written to you for your present circumstances right now.
Song Recommendation: “Just Be Held” by Casting Crowns
Verse: Psalm 33:18
But the eyes of the Lord are on those who fear him,
on those whose hope is in his unfailing love.
Primary text: Psalm 33:1-22
Other texts in this message: Proverbs 9:10
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