Biblical words for fear
fright to shrink back, to encounter something more powerful than ourselves or something beyond our understanding.
The Greek word ekthambeo from Mark 16:5 is translated affright or amazed
and they were amazed
Isaiah 55: 8-9
dismay - drained of confidence and courage to the point of fainting.
astonishment - to stupify, shocked with the inability to speak.
Acts 9:3-7 Greek-thambeo
trembling - physical result of overpowering fear.
dread - more than afraid, but less than terrorized; intense uneasiness, alarmed, excited by expectation of a happening
Greek- phobos, Hebrew- chath both words literally mean terror
Psalms 88:16 Gods judgments called terrors.
2 Corinthians 5:10-11 We must all appear before the judgment seat of Christ