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Ivriyah Declaration Series: YAH-Fearing



How to be a YAH-fearing Ivriyah


In a world often marked by distractions and competing priorities, the call to "fear Yah" can seem perplexing or even intimidating. Yet, far from instilling terror, the fear of Yah is a profound concept rooted in reverence, awe, and humility. Living in the fear of God means living a life of righteousness and compassion. Align your actions with God's commandments, striving to live with integrity, honesty, and compassion towards others.


Scriptures related to being YAH-fearing

Proverbs 9:10 (KJV): "The fear of Yahuah is the beginning of wisdom, and knowledge of the Holy One is understanding."
Psalms 111:10 (KJV): "The fear of Yahuah is the beginning of wisdom; all who follow his precepts have good understanding. To him belongs eternal praise."
Ecclesiastes 12:13 (KJV): "Now all has been heard; here is the conclusion of the matter: Fear Yahuah and keep his commandments, for this is the duty of all mankind."
Proverbs 14:27 (KJV): "The fear of Yahuah is a fountain of life, turning a person from the snares of death."
Psalms 34:9 (KJV): "Fear Yahuah, you his holy people, for those who fear him lack nothing."

Cultivating the fear of Yah is a lifelong journey that requires dedication, humility, and spiritual discipline.


By embracing reverence, humility, wisdom, and righteousness, we can deepen our connection to the Most High and live a life that honors Yah in all you do. The fear of Yah is about living in alignment with His will, acknowledging His sovereignty, and seeking to honor Him in all aspects of life.


Cultivating the fear of Yah begins with self-reflection and introspection. Ivriyah embraces fear of Yah by relinquishing the need to be in control and surrendering to Yah.


By embracing the fear of the Most High Yah this is the beginning of wisdom and knowledge, so we can display to individuals and communities to embark on a transformative journey of faith marked by reverence, obedience, and love.


Cultivating the fear of Yah is a lifelong journey that requires dedication, humility, and spiritual discipline.


Self-Affirmations to help you honor YAH and practice the law of reverence
  • I hold a deep respect for the sacredness of all life that the Most High gives and takes away.

  • I approach the world with awe and reverence, recognizing the beauty in all things created by the Most High.

  • I am mindful of the legacy I leave, acting with reverence to The Most High for future generations.

  • I have unwavering faith in the Most High in the journey of my life.

  • I trust that the Most High is guiding me towards my highest good.

  • I surrender my worries and cares to Yah while embracing faith with an open heart.


A Prayer

Abba Yahuah I pray to have a reverent heart for You with utmost respect. I pray to devote my life in the Ruach of Faith and Truth. I pray to have an understanding of Yah fearing Living. I pray to walk in obedience and faith with laws Statutes and Commandments. I pray to embody Yah-fearing living offering guidance, wisdom, and hope for others. I pray to embrace the fear of Yah as the beginning of Wisdom. In Yahusha’s Name, So be it.


This article was written by Yoana AnaYah. Read more at www.almightyshouse.life.

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