I can sum this whole series up in one short phrase, courtesy of Annie F. Downs: Let’s all be brave.
Because really what do we have to lose?
Being brave gives God room to work miracles in our ordinary, everyday lives. It shows other the true power of a Creator kindles brave and walks with us.
Being brave not only gives God room to work through our lives, but also empowers those around us to be brave.
And the small drop in the lake ripples out, impacting more than we could every imagine.
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Isn’t that worth the hardship that brave sometimes brings to our doorstep?
Let’s all be brave. You know where God is calling you to be brave, and if you’re not sure, ask. He will reveal it to you, and if you allow Him to, He will kindle a passion for that brave decision stronger than you could ever imagine. And then you won’t be able to help buy be brave.
Let’s all be brave. This world needs more good-hearted Jesus -lovers that are willing to stand up bravely and say “God, I am here for you. Use me.”
Are you struggling? Think you aren’t there yet? Know deep down that “brave” isn’t meant for you? Or perhaps you’ve shied away from bravery for so long that you don’t think it’s possible anymore?
Maybe your brave decision is simply reaching out and asking for prayer. I know you have those seeds of bravery inside you, even if you don’t think you do. Be brave. Reach out. And watch how God works.
Let’s all be brave. After all, the worst that can happen is failure. But pause for a moment and consider the best that could happen.
Isn’t that amazing?
[bctt tweet=”Let’s all be brave, because you were created to be brave!”]
This post is part of my #write31days series for 2015: Living Brave. Each day in October, I will be posting about living brave and what that looks like in everyday life. Curious about 31 Days? Check out the website and the hundreds of other bloggers joining in this year: 31 Days.