Chase, Session 2. Courage
Chase (Jennie Allen) • 10m
A truly dangerous person is one who has nothing to lose. Saul and all of the Israelite men were protective of themselves, their freedom, their comfortable lives. David did not see what he might lose, he saw God; he saw God’s glory and name being mocked, and in faith he was motivated to bring glory to God. *Fear is rooted in unbelief and unbelief is sin.* Courage is fundamentally a fight for faith. God alone makes us brave.
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