Isaiah 12:2 makes it clear that God is our salvation. Men who trust in Him, according to this audio devotional, may have courage in this world of danger.
The whole duty of man is to fear God and keep His commandments. This audio devotional from Ecclesiastes 12:13 provides definitions and applications.
The fear of man and the fear of God are set against one another often in scripture. In this audio devotional from Luke 12:4-5, Jesus puts them in perspective.
Some, in the context of Exodus 9:20-21, chose to regard the word of God, while others did not. We compare their day to our day in this audio devotional.
The midwives mentioned in Exodus 1:17 chose to fear God rather than men. Their obedience is an example for us, which we highlight in this audio devotional.
This audio devotional makes it clear to us that fear of the Lord is the beginning of wisdom, based on Psalm 111:10.
When people or circumstances threaten, the child of God says "I will not fear." This audio devotional from Psalm 56:3-4 tells us more.
God spoke and it was done, he commanded and it stood fast. This audio devotional from Psalm 33:8-9 reveals the power of our God.
Oh, if men would only understand themselves to be but men! This is the prayer of Psalm 9:20 and the subject of this audio devotional.
Rahab heard about the God of Israel and found He is God. This audio devotional reminds us of His power and worthiness to be trusted.
Jacob prayed "deliver me" at a moment when he feared his brother. This audio devotional from Genesis 32:11 recommends we follow his example.
Isaac did not rely upon God for safety, "for he feared." This audio devotional focuses on a second generation of disobedience in Genesis 26:7.