Courage

August 29, 2016

“There is a fundamental relationship between courage and the light of being, one which functions as the primary expression of the good against evil.” (Lisa Coutras)

 

“When you fear loss, you are hard-pressed to live a life of courage, for it is in living with courage that we are able to participate fully in life and become fully human.” (Abbot Tryphon)

 

“Courage is not the absence of fear…Courage is simply doing what needs to be done even though you are scared and tired.” (Alex and Brett Harris, Rick Johnson)

 

“To be a true Christian today will require a cost, a risk; it is an adventure, a confession, a form of ‘foolishness.’  To be a Christian is not for the indolent, the self-centered, the idle, the superficial, and the fearful. The Christian today must be intelligent, enthusiastic, courageous, daring and fearless. The saints of our Church who were fools for Christ inspire and guide us into this transcendence — helping us to move outside of our shell of individualism and the frozen ego; and enter into the realm of spiritual health and balance, which is marked by a holy humility... courage is an expression of the transcendental.”  (Orthodox Agape, Lisa Coutras)

 

 “When people see how courageous and optimistic you are during your troubled times, they will be drawn to Christ." (Josh McDowell and Bob Hostetler)

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