When we talk about courage, the mind immediately roams to the act of bravery or heroic acts and moments.
Courage encompasses more than just being heroic but also about who we are and what we are and also those little ways we try to live our lives and sharing our experiences (both good and bad) to strengthen the faith of someone or lead someone to the straight and narrow way.
As part of the June 2013 Synchroblog – Ordinary Courage, I am going to discuss some of the men and women of the Bible times and in our present World, whose lives have been a source of Courage to us.
…… but the people that do know their God shall be strong, and do exploits (Daniel 11:32). The word courage cannot be mentioned without complimenting it with exploits.
Courage – The Act To The Miraculous
As we discuss about Courage, we will understand that:
- There are many differences between Positive and Negative Courage.
- There are Men & Women who exhibited Courage in the bible
- We will also look at the Courage of Jesus Christ
- The positive Courage in Biblical Times
- The Negative Courage in Biblical Times
- The results of Having Ordinary Courage.
These any many more are the things we will be considering in this edition of the June 2013 Synchroblog.
No matter what we discuss about Courage, if you do not know God through His Son Jesus, your courage will be mere waste of time, because the Holy Spirit – Our Comforter would not be able to direct you in what to do.
It takes Courage to have a Miracles, because you must first believe in God and in what He has said about you, for you to have a miracle in your life.
Without Courage, it’s impossible to have faith and thus it’s impossible to see God. Do not let God down.
Find below the List of other Bloggers that participated in the June 2013 Synchroblog – Ordinary Courage
This Is Courage by Jen Bradbury
Being Vulnerable by Phil Lancaster
Moving Forward Takes Courage by Paul W. Meier
How to Become a Flasher by Glenn Hager
Ordinary Courage by Elaine Hansen
Courage, Hope, Generosity by Carol Kuniholm
The Courage to Fail by Wendy McCaig
The Greatest Act of Courage by Jeremy Myers
Sharing One’s Heart by K. W. Leslie
All I See Is Rocks by Tim Nichols
I Wonder What Would Happen by Liz Dyer
What is Ordinary Courage? by Jennifer Stahl
Loving Courageously by Doreen A. Mannion
Heart Cry: The Courage to Confess by Elizabeth Chapin
The spiritual practice of showing up & telling the truth by Kathy Escobar
It’s What We Teach by Margaret Boelman