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The Reverence of the Lord Leads to Him as Our Strong Confidence and Refuge.

Updated: Oct 9, 2023

Proverbs 14:26 In the fear of the LORD there is strong confidence, And His children will have a place of refuge. (NKJV)

Fear means: Reverence, respect and piety of God in relationship. It is based in love. God is not toxic nor abusive in His relationship with us in Christ. (Brown-Driver-Briggs Hebrew Definitions).

Refuge: Shelter from all kinds of dangers and falsehoods. (Brown-Driver-Briggs Hebrew Definitions).

Walk in the reverence of the Lord. Let Him be your strong confidence. Let Him be your refuge. We are going to face tough things in the life. Why not do it with the King of Kings and the Lord of Lords (aka Jesus), whom is bigger than our problems, to help us

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This promise extends to our families as well They have to choose to seek the Lord and build a relationship with Him in Christ Pre that vour family discovers with God Almighty.

“The children of religious parents often do the better for their parents" instructions and example and fare the better for their faith and prayers." Matthew Henry Commentary on the Whole Bible)

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