Fear of God

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I feel like that too, about hurting God's feelings and about his power at times.
But his power is not against us. He's very protective. It's just a normal human reaction.
Thank you. Yeah I try not to think that way, it’s just hard at the times
 

JohnRH

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I know I have been posting a lot lately. Idk if it’s just a mental thing or what. I know we are suppose to fear God. Here lately I feel I have an unnatural fear of God I’m really scared of Him. He can strike you down allow things to happen so much. I lOve God, but I’m also very scared of Him. I get odd thoughts and it’s concerning me. How do I get past this? Or is this something that happens to everyone one point of time?
When my thinking gets off into anxiety or into a graceless fear, I like to ask the question, "where's the grace?" (kinda like the old Arby's commercial "where's the beef?". If God's abundant grace is absent from the thought, you should dismiss it as a worthless thought.
God's thoughts are higher than yours (Isaiah 55:1-13). Fill your mind with them (the Bible).
 
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When my thinking gets off into anxiety or into a graceless fear, I like to ask the question, "where's the grace?" (kinda like the old Arby's commercial "where's the beef?". If God's abundant grace is absent from the thought, you should dismiss it as a worthless thought.
God's thoughts are higher than yours (Isaiah 55:1-13). Fill your mind with them (the Bible).
Thank you very much, I tend to take my thought and make it worse my mind goes other places