Fear of the LORD

by Rev. Vince Finnegan on September 10, 2006
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Psalms 103:1 and 2 Our very life should be engrossed in the delightful service of blessing God.

Psalms 103:5 God loves you and wants you to be blessed in all things. He longs for His children to walk with Him.

Psalms 103:8 The remembrance of His benefits provides endless subjects of praise and arouses within us a holy mind-set of gratitude. God is pleased, and so are we when we live in such a way.

Colossians 3:15-17 The most blessed life anyone can have is one filled with gratitude and praise for God.

Psalms 103:11 and 12 No one knows us so well and cares so much as our heavenly Father. He maintains a sympathetic consciousness of us and constant desire to alleviate our pain. His patience and mercy are so huge, they are beyond our ability to comprehend.

I John 1:5-10 If we confess, He will forgive.

Psalms 103:13 These immeasurable concepts are put forth, so we can understand how great His loving-kindness and forgiveness are to those who fear Him.

Psalms 103:17 If His love and care for us, as described, were to remain constant only throughout our lives, it would be way beyond what we could ever deserve or even imagine; yet, we are told His loving-kindness reaches further than our lives, into the everlasting.

Psalms 103:19; Psalms 89:14

Psalms 103:22 Three times in the Psalms (in 11, 13, and 17), we are shown that the proper response to this loving, caring God is to FEAR HIM.

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