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The Positive Courage of Jesus Christ

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Positive Courage: We have seen that it takes Positive courage for you to expect and have a Miracle in your life. We will also look at issues bothering Positive and Negative Courage, as we continue the discussion on Positive Courage, as part of the June 2013 Synchroblog – Ordinary Courage. We will also look at:

Just like every act of human endeavour, courage comes in two folds – The Positive and Negative Courage.

As we are already aware of, the devil and its fallen angels are all copycats, they tend to copy everything that God Almighty does and use it to deceive many.

God through Christ Jesus has restored our hope and have given us the mandate to stay positive and have courage in what we do.

Men & Women That Exhibited Positive Courage In The Bible

From the Book of Genesis to Revelation, the Bible has great accounts of men and women who exhibited Positive courage that we ought to emulate.

It also has many accounts of lots of people whose negative courage we must avoid at ALL cost.

The Positive Courage of Jesus

Jesus showed great courage when He chose to come to the World and die on the cross for the sake of mankind.

With His Positive courage, we as humans – the creatures of God Almighty were able to be redeemed and reconciled back with God.

At age 12, Jesus had enough courage to hold a one-on-one talk and conference with the “untouchables” in the Temple in Jerusalem to discuss the Books of the Laws. His courage and the grace of God lead Him to astonishly answer all the questions that were thrown His way.

The exploits that Jesus did on Earth are too numerous to mention. From His first Miracle of turning water into wine, to the sending of the Holy Spirit – the Comforter to comfort us on His ascension to Heaven.

Let’s take a look at The Examples of exhibition of Positive Courage in Biblical Times.

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

Everyday Bravery: Overcoming the Fear of Being Wrong by Jessica

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


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