Authors of the written Word of God as given by the Holy Spirit often state the “fear of God” which actually speaks to “reverence of God”; such as the origin of the “mid-17th century Frenchrévérer and or Latin revereri from re– (expressing intensive force) + vereri ‘to fear.” This definition of “re” reflects the fact that it is a powerful prefix.  

All reborn by the blood of Jesus are “saved” by the redemptive work of Christ Jesus; these are they who are redeemed, re-created and  reconciled unto the LORD God as sons & daughters with all rights & privileges restored. The Word of God refers to believers as saints (set-apart), who make-up the Body of Christ which is the Church. Just because a person goes to church and says that they’re a believer doesn’t necessarily make it truth. For repentance which is to have sorrow for wrong behavior and seek to change wrong behavior precedes Romans 10:9-10. Wrong behavior is any behavior contrary to the way of God. Therefore, to turn away from sin and turn to the LORD God is evidenced by doing as the One in Whose image or likeness or character humankind was initially created: “So God created people in His own image; God patterned them after Himself; male and female He created themGenesis 1:27 (NLT). The Prophet Isaiah prophesied that John the Baptist would be sent from the LORD God as “the voice of one calling from the wilderness” (Isaiah 40:3); to prepare the way in serving as a witness to testify regarding the Light of the World – the Word (Who) became flesh – YESHUA/JESUS. More specifically, the clear and concise message of John the Baptist was: “Repent for the Kingdom of Heaven is nearMatthew 3:2 (NLT). The Living Word relayed the fact that the Kingdom is in each and every believer (Luke 17:21); and its power to reverse maladies, malevolence, and malfeasance of the thief who only comes to steal and kill and destroy (John 10:10a) is limitless. That is, the Anointing on each and every believer makes manifest through the power of the Holy Spirit Who lives within – the Spirit of God sent to comfort and counsel and teach every regenerated spirit (John 14:16,17,26); Spirit to spirit. The LORD God is the same yesterday, today, and forever (Hebrews 13:8; James 1:17b; Malachi 3:6). Therefore, it is the same for each and every person born as the LORD God relayed to the Prophet Jeremiah: “I knew you before I formed you in your mother’s womb” (Jeremiah 1:5a). Know then, it’s impossible for the One Who is Omnipotent, Omnipresent, and Omniscient to make any mistakes.