The Forgotten Fear: Where Have All the God-Fearers Gone?

The Forgotten Fear Where Have All the God Fearers Gone The fear of God is an important theme in the Bible yet many Christians today overlook it or treat it carelessly Fearing God is the soul of godliness and those who claim to love God should desire to

  • Title: The Forgotten Fear: Where Have All the God-Fearers Gone?
  • Author: Albert N. Martin
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 440
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • The fear of God is an important theme in the Bible, yet many Christians today overlook it or treat it carelessly Fearing God is the soul of godliness, and those who claim to love God should desire to understand what it means to fear Him The Forgotten Fear revisits this important topic Author Albert Martin first establishes the theme of the fear of God in both the Old anThe fear of God is an important theme in the Bible, yet many Christians today overlook it or treat it carelessly Fearing God is the soul of godliness, and those who claim to love God should desire to understand what it means to fear Him The Forgotten Fear revisits this important topic Author Albert Martin first establishes the theme of the fear of God in both the Old and New Testaments, and then defines what fearing God means Finally, he addresses the practical implications of fearing God, showing its expression in the lives of Abraham and Joseph and providing instruction for believers today to maintain and increase their fear of God Table of Contents Predominance of the Fear of God in Biblical Thought Definition of the Fear of God Ingredients of the Fear of God Source of the Fear of God Relationship of the Fear of God to Our Conduct How to Maintain and Increase the Fear of God A Final Word to the Reader Author Albert N Martin served as a pastor of Trinity Baptist Church of Montville, New Jersey for forty six years He now resides in western Michigan with his wife, Dorothy Endorsements The twenty first century church desperately needs this book The fear of God is evaporating from our consciousness, and the effects are tragically public I am convinced that Albert Martin is casting forth the seeds of the revival that we need in the nick of time The Forgotten Fear of God is a comprehensive journey from Genesis to Revelation, tracing the rich contours of this pivotal doctrine It is a feast full of surprises We need the kind of revival that springs from the godly fear of God This book is a gift to the church in time of need You will know and love God after reading it Scott Brown, president, National Center for Family Integrated Churches There is arguably no better and no wiser voice to speak about the fear of God than Pastor Albert Martin In this book you will find a wonderful balance of a solid biblical argument linked with a heart piercing application for both the believer as well as the unbeliever Pastor Martin handles this lost and controversial topic with a pastoral tenderness that is warm and inviting and highlights well that the fear of God is a doctrine which should draw us near to God in worship and awe, not cause us to run from Him This book will move you to worship God and marvel at the work of Christ on our behalf all the Brian Croft, senior pastor, Auburndale Baptist Church founder, Practical Shepherding and senior fellow, Mathena Center for Church Revitalization, SBTS Professor John Murray once wrote, The fear of God is the soul of godliness Well said But what is the fear of God And how does the Christian biblically express it Thankfully, Reformation Heritage Books brings us a new work that answers these questions Coming this October is a masterful treatment of this vital subject by Pastor Albert N Martin, who sets forth the Bible s teaching on this topic in ways that are clear, practical and motivating Since the fear of God is a major theme from Genesis to Revelation, it is an enormous blessing to have this comprehensive exposition available I highly recommend it Rob Ventura

    One thought on “The Forgotten Fear: Where Have All the God-Fearers Gone?”

    1. An excellent response to the current anodyne religion of "love is god" (normally written as God is love). My problem with the book is one of style. The author is a Pastor, you can see it, feel it and comes through in the book. Too often it slips into sermon mode especially the end of each chapter as the author gets into I'm talking to you. Do you did you will you. I enjoy reading good sermons but it needs to be a sermon. This book is trying to be all things, theology, discussion guide, exhortati [...]

    2. If you are diving into the topic of the fear of God, I'd start here. This is a short and very easy to read book on the topic with great application throughout. Great reminder that the fear of God doesn't go away after you are saved, though it does change. I love Albert's writing style, reminds me of 19th century authors.

    3. Excellent admonition This is an excellent admonition on an important but neglected characteristic of a true follower of Christ. However, it has a heavy-handed covenantal emphasis that must be considered.

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