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Joshua knew he wasn’t going to just waltz into the Promised Land. The enemy wasn’t going to lay out the welcome mat and run for the hills. No, there would be battles. ” God’s commands are God’s enablement. Joshua’s courage wasn’t worked up; it came straight from God. The truly courageous figure God into their calculations. God is a part of their daily life. They don’t only search for Him in a crisis. Or on Sundays. ” We are not alone in the battles, and we do not have to face the enemy in our own strength.
Why do we want to stay in bed when a voice is calling us to go deep? Throughout Scripture we are reminded that Abraham “believed the Lord and He credited it to him as righteousness” (see Gen. 15:6; Rom. 4:3, 22; Gal. 3:6; James 2:23). Paul devoted a lengthy portion of Romans to the story of Abraham, and he holds a place of significance in Hebrews 11. Is your faith worth writing about? In Genesis 17 we read, “Live in My presence and be blameless” (v. 1). God’s call to courageous living is not a hundred-yard dash; it’s a marathon.
We need more. Far too few choose to live a faithfully adventurous life. They seem content to be absorbed in the daily grind. They think a faith-filled life is for someone else, someone they could never become. We are desperately in need of heroes who refuse to limit what God can do. So here I am, challenging you—yes you—here and now, to have the courage to dream big. As D. L. ” “Safety first” is not the motto of a risk taker. It may work when learning to drive, but it doesn’t work on the field of faith.