Belief: Belief is a noun. Belief is a decision to accept as truth a proposition, alleged fact, or declaration on the ground of evidence whether apart from knowledge or by internal reasons of our own minds; as the belief of our own senses.
Believe: Believe is a verb. To have a firm persuasion of something. Cases can range from some doubt to having a full persuasion, approaching to certainty.
Conscience: Internal judgment of right and wrong. God's laws written in the heart and mind.
Faith: Faith is a noun. Faith is of the heart as well as the mind (cognitive thoughts). Faith is a decision to accept a belief with or without considerable evidence. Belief comes first, then faith. Faith is a subset of belief.
Fear: When fear is a noun, it is a state of mind. It is an uneasiness or imbalance of the mind, having the thought of future evil possible to come upon us. When fear is a verb, it is a feeling. To feel afraid. To feel anxiety or apprehension of evil.
Glorify: To honor, to praise, to magnify. When glorifying God through the Spirit, it is returning love to Him.
Hate: As a noun, hate is a disposition or state of the mind with a great dislike or aversion to something. As a verb, hate is not giving love; to detest; regard as an enemy; oppose oneself to.
Heart: The center or core of a person: the seat of the feelings, beliefs, understanding, will, intellect, and imagination. The basic disposition or character. The seat of the conscience.
Note: not referring to the physical organ in the body.
Indignation: Anger brought on by something mean, unjust, or unworthy. Righteous anger.
Love: Love is God. It is part of who He is. He is the highest good. Love is a noun until He demonstrates it. When love flows from God as an attribute, it is a verb. The highest good is given.
Magnify: To exalt, to elevate, to make bigger.
Sin: to miss or wander from the path of uprightness and honour, to do or go wrong; neglect of known duty, evil thoughts; contrary to God's law or commands.
Spiritual: Not tangible or material; not temporal. Mental; intellectual. Supernatural. Consisting of spirit whether of this world or out. Pertaining to the renewed nature of man. Pertaining to divine things.
Physical: Existing in a form that you can touch or see. Of or relating to matter and energy; temporal. Pertaining to nature or natural productions or to material things. Perceptible to the 5 senses: taste, touch, sight, hearing, smell. A sense is a physiological capacity of organisms that provides data for perception.
Pride: Inordinate (irregular, unbalanced) self-esteem.
Wicked: evil, wicked, bad; evil in principle or practice.
Will: The faculty of the mind with which a person determines either to do or not to do an action. Choice; determination; disposition; desire.