While we minimize sin in our lives and our communities, God says that it needs to be purged that we may live in his power.
Courageous faith includes colonizing the world for God by making disciples of all nations.
Before we can risk or trust in God’s strength and courage, we need have the reproaches of our past be rolled away.
We are called both to step out in faith and to remember how God’s presence has gone with us in the past.
Rahab is a model for how we might live through risk, cunning, and trust.
When we face an uncertain future, we are called to be strong and courageous as we go forth in God’s presence.
Psalm 8 sets out a vision statement for how God intends to rule the world, and the church is an example of that rule.