Courage: One Person with Courage (boldness) is a Majority

One Person with Courage (boldness) is a Majority

Acts 4:1-13

Q. What accounted for Peter’s boldness?

-not his education, but his experience with Jesus Christ
-“He had been with Jesus” v13

Being a devoted follower of Christ requires courage.

There are 7 truths that cause true believers to have courage to:

1. Seek the Truth: You never find yourself until you face the truth.

2. Change: Courage is the power to let go of the familiar

3. Express Convictions: Convictions help us to stand alone. The test of courage comes when we are in the minority

4. Overcome Obstacles: Whatever you do, someone will think you are wrong. Expect trouble. Project courage.

5. Learn and Grow: You haven’t learned until you step out, take a risk, and do something new.

6. Take the High Road: There is no traffic jam on the second mile

7. Lead Others: Leadership and boldness is the expression of courage that compels others to do the right thing.