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8  Phrases  related  to   F e a r
+       Fear the face of man  ( 7 )
+      Fear for the future    > 
+      Fear in the time of danger   ( 2 )
+      Fearless  (  )   >   fearlessness  (  )   see favorite below
through  fear
+    Through Fear  ( 117 )    >   Serve no man through fear 
- - -  to  fear
    more to fear from  ( 4 )
fear  of  
+     Fear of the future   (  )
   Fear of wanting food   ( 6 )
    Fear of the Lord  (  )   >
. . . with  fear
-|-    Filled with fear  (  )   >    Filled with fear of  the future  

          My personal favorite
Satan says,  "Thus the world will become mine. I will be the ruler of the earth, the prince of the world. I will so control the minds under my power that God's Sabbath shall be a special object of contempt. A sign? I will make the observance of the seventh day a sign of disloyalty to the authorities of earth. Human laws will be made so stringent that men and women will not dare to observe the seventh-day Sabbath. For fear of wanting food and clothing, they will join with the world in transgressing God's law. The earth will be wholly under my dominion."  {PK 184.2}
We have far more to fear from within than from without. The hindrances to strength and success are far greater from the church itself than from the world. Unbelievers have a right to expect that those who profess to be keeping the commandments of God and the faith of Jesus, will do more than any other class to promote and honor, by their consistent lives, by their godly example and their active influence, the cause which they represent. But how often have the professed advocates of the truth proved the greatest obstacle to its advancement! The unbelief indulged, the doubts expressed, the darkness cherished, encourage the presence of evil angels, and open the way for the accomplishment of Satan's devices.  {RH, March 22, 1887 par. 4}
The fear of the Lord dwelt in the heart of Luther, enabling him to maintain his steadfastness of purpose and leading him to deep humility before God. He had an abiding sense of his dependence upon divine aid, and he did not fail to begin each day with prayer, while his heart was continually breathing a petition for guidance and support. "To pray well," he often said, "is the better half of study."-- D'Aubigne, b. 2, ch. 2.    Great Controversy, page 122.1
Thus the prophet boldly yet quietly and humbly declared that no earthly power has a right to interpose between the soul and God. Surrounded by idolaters, he was a faithful witness to this truth. His dauntless adherence to right was a bright light in the moral darkness of that heathen court. Daniel stands before the world today a worthy example of Christian fearlessness and fidelity.  Prophets and Kings, page 542.1   Read entire chapter 44
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