not really my problem is obtaining the fear lol...
Also, I still fail not to get a bit fearful during the anaphora, especially when hearing:
Thine own of Thine own we Offer unto Thee, in behalf of all and for all!
My stomach drops every time I hear it.
Also, from the Divine Liturgy:
With fear of God, with faith and love, draw near.
It seems faith, love and fear should be held together in approaching God.
Hope this helps.
Maybe you are more fearful than you think?
I mean, do you acknowledge the Lord's sovereignty over your life and this universe?
Do you wish to live a life well-pleasing to the Lord?
Do you wish to avoid the condemnation which you eat and drink upon yourself by partaking of the mysteries unworthily?
Do you wish to have your name written in the book of Life?
Do you believe that no thing can happen which is not permitted by the Lord to happen?
Do you acknowledge that you are a speck of dust before the infinite ocean which is the Lord?
Do you treat the Lord's holy things with respect?
I would hesitate to offer a definition of fear of God, but surely these are elements of the concept.