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JOSHUA’S NOTE – THE COURAGE TO GET GOING (ABRAHAM)

– ‎Courage doesn’t mean the absence of fear, but responding in spite of fear.
– If God is your partner, make your plans big. – D. L. Moody
– The safest road to hell is the gradual one. – C. S. Lewis
– ‎Instead of cowering to the pressure of the culture, Christians need to become a force for positive peer pressure.
– ‎I am looking for a lot of men who have an infinite capacity to not know what can’t be done. – Henry Ford
– ‎We have been lulled into settling for average, so long, that average seems acceptable. But a desire burns within the heart of each person to make a difference, to leave a mark. We have been average for so long, that when a person is above average, we tend to think they are eccentric.

– ‎Fearing the opinions of others, we fall into the rut of conformity.
– ‎God’s call is not a vacation, it is a vocation.
– ‎Self-Centredness is ugly enough in the world, but it’s even uglier in the life of a Christian.
– ‎Work out what God is working in you.
– ‎Courage doesn’t mean the absence of fear, but responding in spite of fear.
– ‎There is a world of difference between standing at a grave and saying “what a life!” And standing at a grave and saying “what a waste”.

This is W. Joshua’s note from chapter one of the book “Courageous Living” by Michael Catt.
Available at IAmCourageous.com and MichaelCatt.com

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