Becoming People of Faith and Courage


Becoming People of Faith and Courage

Courage comes from faith properly placed: not in the human strength and equipment, but in God’s saving power.


Let’s resolve to become people of faith and courage, not afraid to take risks who depend on God’s strength. It is amazing what influence the courage of one person can have


Our days are filled with stressful situations that send us reeling in fear and anxiety. We often feel paralyzed by our fears and doubts, and we are tempted to retreat.


During these pivotal times moments, we must remember that we can choose Faith over Fear.


Sometimes, all we need to have a breakthrough and victory as a community is a leader whose example motivates and inspires us.



A Biblical Example of Faith and Courage

“So on the day of battle not a sword or spear could be found in the hand of any of the troops who were with Saul and Jonathan; only Saul and his son Jonathan had weapons.” – 1 Samuel 13:22



Wrestling with Doubt: Responding to Uncertainty.

Doubts and questions about salvation may arise in our spiritual journey. It is important to recognize that doubts are a normal part of faith and can be addressed.


When wrestling with uncertainty, we encourage you to seek biblical truth, consult spiritual mentors, and rely on the guidance of the Holy Spirit.


Engage in open dialogue with church leaders and fellow believers who can offer support, encouragement, and answers to your questions.




Becoming People of Faith and Courage

“Be strong and courageous; don’t be terrified or afraid of them. For it is the Lord your God who goes with you; He will not leave you or forsake you.” – Deuteronomy 31:6


With God, everything is possible, and He rewards courage and faith.

The Lord needs available and willing vessels that are not afraid to follow His leading.



Let’s resolve to become people of faith and courage, not afraid to take risks who depend on God’s strength. This way, we can also live lives that inspire and motivate others.


What steps can you take to become a person of faith and courage today?



Living Faithfully: The Fruit of Salvation.


As recipients of God’s amazing grace, our lives should reflect the love and teachings of Jesus Christ. Salvation transforms us from the inside out, shaping our attitudes, actions, and priorities. Our faith is not just a one-time event but a lifelong journey of growth and discipleship.


Have A Wonderful Weekend 😊 


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