A healthy fear of God leads to living with a consciousness of the love of God and the security that comes from that.
One facet of a life worth living is that remembrance of God and all His attributes consistently catalyzes the soul to wise actions.
To escape the traps of both workaholism and laziness, Jesus urges us to work for “food” that does not spoil and endures to eternal life.
God uses times of difficulty and hardship as well as times of pleasure and joy to mold us into the people he wants us to be.
A life that’s “all about me!”, lived for my pleasure, my power and my prosperity is an existential cul-de-sac.