Seventeenth-century Puritan John Bunyan speaks to us in a way that is much different from usual preachers. Given his own struggles with his faith, his words come from a place of no judgement and so can reach us far deeper. Bunyan explains to us the different levels of fear as felt through our path to Christ: first the fear that brings us to God, then the fear the Devil plants in us to make us doubt, and the fear of God himself which is not an evil, but one that gives us the desire to glorify Him.
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