This came from Philippians 2:12, which looks like we work for our own salvation. But the answer to that is the next verse. Philippians 2:13 which say For it is God who work in you both to will and to do of His good pleasure.
This is one example where a source of apparent difference is clarified. Speaking of working out our salvation, our body language should projectwhat we believe. If we say we have life and joy in Jesus then we should have smile in our face. If we say Jesus is our protector, then we are to be calm.If we claim we are saved that means we have the Holy Spirit too, then the fruit of Spirit and expression of love should be in our life.
But how about fear and trembling ? should that be visible ? I believe that should be on the inside, that we fully respect and love the Lord.
Also verse 13 says for it is God who work in us...so it is not us acting up but the Holy Spirit manifesting. This could be scary or a source of trembling because what if our flesh (residual sin nature) shows up then rebuke and confession should follow.