There are several definitions of the title ranges from a few lines of the caption to an elaborate exegesis of the theme. For example, in a sermon on Proverbs 23:17, Charles Spurgeon gave an excellent definition of the fear of the Lord: “The fear of the Lord is a brief description of true religion. It is an inward condition hearty betokening submission to our heavenly Father. It consists very much in a holy reverence of God, and sacred awe of him. This is accompanied by a child-like trust in him, which leads to loving obedience, tender submission, and lowly adoration.” Reflect on this, and remain in a holy reverence of God; all shall end well. That’s it!!!