There are a lot of interesting ways I hear people address God in prayer—Yeshua, Abba, Daddy God…but not so much the “Fear of Isaac.”

Except in Genesis 31, in which Jacob (Israel) refers to God as “the God of my father, the God of Abraham and the Fear of Isaac.”

We can find the words “Do not fear” hundreds of times in the Bible. It’s a resonant theme. But it’s not an absolute.

Join host Brad Pauquette as he discusses this exception and the importance of directing our fear in the right direction.

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