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    November 6, 2020
    Action Breeds Confidence
    Sharon Jaynes

    Today's Truth
    "Have I not commanded you be strong and courageous," God encouraged Joshua. "Do not be terrified, do not be discouraged. For I the Lord am with you wherever you may go," (Joshua 1:9).

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    I was getting ready to teach my first Bible study…and my knees were shaking like crazy. I'd never taught a group of women who were staring back at me. I wanted to run.

    How do you react to fear of the unknown when it comes to stepping out in faith or living bold? Everyone has his or her own unique way.

    Some respond to fear by retreating to the safety of cul-de-sac Christianity, which is actually one of the most dangerous places of all. Dale Carnegie once said, "Inaction breeds doubt and fear. Action breeds confidence and courage. If you want to conquer fear, do not sit home and think about it. Go out and get busy."

    You will not become more courageous and learn to live boldly by avoiding your fears. Courage based on the faithfulness and love of God is strengthened with every step of faith, no matter how small. Write the letter. Start the conversation. Sign up to volunteer. Create the blog. Make the donation. Mend a relationship. Each step of obedience creates momentum that breaks through the stronghold of fear.

    The woman who lives life to the fullest is generally the one who is willing to do and to dare. Allow God to infuse you with an enthusiasm and gusto that gives fear the boot right out the door, with you following close behind.

     
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    The 2 Marks of a Truly Wicked Person
     
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    Psalm 10 may have been written long ago, but the marks of true wickedness haven't changed a bit.

     
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