Sermons on Courage
God’s promise ‘I will never leave nor forsake you” is one promise that we should cling to, specially as we walk through our valleys [ shadow of death / pains of physical ills / pit of failures]. Psalms 23 …. Yea tho i walk thru the valley of the shadow of death, Thou art with me …..
How much of what God can do in your life will be determined by how you respond to the struggles of your life? During hard times, we either flee, forsake, or fight. Although we may not have power over what difficulties come into our lives, we can control our choices in how we respond. God has given us weapons to fight (Eph 6:14-19) during times of suffering, and if we honor and obey God, He is certain to honor and…
If we want to make progress, we need to be courageous. Courage is the ability to do something even though it is dangerous very difficult or frightening. First, you must believe in something and have convictions, more than own safety, happiness, comfort. Courage is not the absence of fear, but acting through the fear, which we can do because God is always with us. Joshua 1:6-9 states: Be strong and courageous, because you will lead these people to inherit the land I…
The Word of God brings revival and reformation to the covenant community. God’s purposes are accomplished through the hard work of prayer, faithful labor, and courage.
It is God himself who stands out as the sovereign hero in this story, even though Esther and Mordecai are his key players. With Esther, we see that God calls his people fearlessly to risk all for what is right.
Battles require courage: courage to obey, to trust, and to try again. Courage is very important to being faithful to God.