Have Courage

Be on your guard; stand firm in the faith; be courageous; be strong. 

I Corinthians 16:13 NIV

The current cultural/political situation demands courage. We must stand firm to protect the conservative values won over the last four years and prevent the progressive reshaping of America by teaching our children the Biblical Christian worldview and principles of politics, economics, education, and social issues.

Courage is a condition of the heart. The original 1828 Webster Dictionary defines courage as: bravery; intrepidity; that quality of mind which enables men to encounter danger and difficulties with firmness.  “Most uncommon of all human traits is courage, but without courage, goodness is not possible,” Dennis Prager reminds us.

We must continually build bulwarks of courage to hold back fear and remain steadfast in our faith. This will return goodness to America.

Teach the Children:

  1. Courage resides in the heart.
  2. God will bless and prosper those with a pure heart with courage.
  3. Might does not win battles; the individual who lives with God’s courage will always win.