Our Deepest Sense of Fear

The exposure of our nakedness implanted in us a deep sense of fear.  We sensed that we were not acceptable as we were (which is true), so we felt driven to do something to make ourselves more acceptable to God.

– Greear, J.D.; Gospel: Recovering the Power that Made Christianity Revolutionary; B&H Publishing Group; Nashville, TN; Copyright 2011; Kindle Edition; page 32

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