“Neither faith nor fear

Where hope exists,

The God is there.”

People usually have faith on or fear of god. We don’t know god personally, never met him, but still believe in his existence.


That comes from our religious beliefs, guidance of elders and the stories we have been listening since childhood.

We pray daily or whenever we need some spiritual guidance.


We feel scared from terrible dreams, unexpected incidents, past actions, and upcoming events.

The fear comes from the concepts of sin, devil, hell and punishment for immoral acts.

“Believe and hope both are crucial for life. Hope is needed to live and believe makes the hope a reason to live.”


For those who believe, hope is an another name of god. We do start every new day with a little hope, live with a hope and wait for a day that will bring something especial.

The God considers about your fear or faith, I don’t know but I am pretty sure If you work with pure dedication and determination, the god will fill your life with his love and blessings.

Thank you!


35 thoughts on “Neither faith nor fear

  1. Jesus said ‘ I am the way , the truth and the light. Hope takes faith, not in ourselves or another. Hope is between you and God. We all have been given a measure of faith, so we can all be in different stages of our faith and hope. Also psalm 34 verse 4. I sought the Lord and he answered me; he delivered me from all my fears. Thank you 1


  2. I believe God loves us, but He wants us to have a fear of Him because He is the only way to Heaven, and He has the right to judge us, but He chooses to forgive us if we are truly sorry!! That’s the short version. Basically, He’s very merciful and loving, but He wants us to know and respect that He is the only judge that decides whether we go to Heaven or Hell. But, to go to Heaven, we just have to BELIEVE and have FAITH in Him, and trust that He sent Jesus to die for us, and ask for forgiveness and be truly sorry for our sins. God bless you!!


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