Fear is only a wakeup call to achieve a full trust or reverential fear, yirah יראה, in our Heavenly Father.
Trust, בָּטַח, bátaj, calls us to appreciate our little actions, so that they do not greatly affect us by distancing ourselves from the Creator.
Today’s quotes remind us that “the natural thing is not the complaint for not obtaining our desires but the gratitude for how much we have obtained without deserving”.
Ka´ac, כָּ֫עַס, means both fear and anger, and to see, so the fundamental choice of life is to open our ayes to everything that is given to us as present.
Remember, everything is a distraction if we are not focus on the transcendental aspects of life.
Maona מָנ֫וֹחַ and his wife were afraid before the appearance of the Creator, but after and thanks to that reverence, they were given Samson as their son, which teaches us that, at the end, the Creator’s plans project those positive aspects to us.
John 8:31 and 8:32 “So Jesus said to the Jews who had believed in him, “If you abide in my word, you are truly my disciples, 32 and you will know the truth, and the truth will set you free.”
Remember to love and appreciate every day our life!