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"And Abraham said, Because I thought, Surely the fear of God is not in this location; and they will slay me for my wife's sake." (Gen. 20:11). God has breathed the word "fear" to His written word 509 times. The authors of this text listed "Fear of the Lord" 30 days, although the expression "Fear of God" was listed eight times. There are lots of words used at the bible to specify for the word fear. "The most common of these (lending the noun forms) are Heb. Yir'â, 'reverence'; Heb. Paḥaḏ, fear', 'panic'; Gk. Phobos, ' 'panic', 'terror'." The New Bible Dictionary contributes the term fear as Holy fear. "To fear God is to regard God with reverent amazement" Genesis 20:11 is representative of this usage of the word fear. Abraham premeditated that he wouldn't be safe at the land of Gerar, that was located between Kadesh and Shur. His rational was that the people of that land knew not that the Living God of the Hebrews; therefore, they had no reverence for Him. Without reverence for God, the people of these lands would have barely deliberated the ethical implications of these untoward acts of murder, rape, and pillaging. These heinous acts would have been merely habitual behaviour. We could even purpose that because the folks of this land did not reverence Jehovah, they also didn't have dread of His mighty hands of judgment. This sort of fear would be best interpreted as fright or terror. Fear, that's dread or slavish fear, can be found in Second Chronicles 20:29. Which reads, "As well as the fear of God was on all the kingdoms of those countries, when they had heard that the LORD fought against the enemies of Israel". This fear is a conjoint feature of unconverted men and women who live according to heathenism, and annalistic philosophies...