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  • Elizabeth shared from Be Strong (Joshua): Putting God's Power to Work in Your Life (The BE Series Commentary) by Warren W. Wiersbe
    The mistakes we make embarrass us, especially those mistakes that are caused by our running ahead of the Lord and not seeking His will. But we need to remember that no mistake is final for the dedicated Christian. God can use even our blunders to accomplish His purposes. Somebody defined success as “the art of making your mistakes when nobody’s looking,” but a better definition would be “the art of seeing victory where other people see only defeat.”
  • Elizabeth shared from Be Strong (Joshua): Putting God's Power to Work in Your Life (The BE Series Commentary) by Warren W. Wiersbe
    You can never exaggerate the importance of the Christian soldier spending time daily in the Word of God. Unless daily we take the sword of the Spirit by faith (Eph. 6:17), we go into the battle unarmed and therefore unprepared. Spiritually minded believers are victorious because they allow the Word of God to “saturate” their minds and hearts. The Spirit using the Word controls their desires and decisions and this is the secret of victory.
  • Elizabeth shared from Be Strong (Joshua): Putting God's Power to Work in Your Life (The BE Series Commentary) by Warren W. Wiersbe
    If you eliminate the militant side of the Christian faith, then you must abandon the cross, for it was on the cross that Jesus won the victory over sin and Satan (Col. 2:13–15).
  • Elizabeth shared from Be Strong (Joshua): Putting God's Power to Work in Your Life (The BE Series Commentary) by Warren W. Wiersbe
    faith is not believing in spite of evidence but obeying in spite of consequence.
  • Elizabeth shared from Be Equipped (Deuteronomy): Acquiring the Tools for Spiritual Success (The BE Series Commentary) by Warren W. Wiersbe
    In the work of the Lord, there’s no substitute for godly leadership. As Moses did with Joshua, Christ with His apostles, and Paul with Timothy and Titus, the older generation must equip the younger generation to take their place (2 Tim. 2:2). The Lord has given us the qualifications for leaders in the church (1 Tim. 3; Titus 1), and we must give ourselves to mentoring and training qualified people to become those leaders. “The final test of a leader,” wrote political columnist Walter Lippmann, “is that he leaves behind him in other men the conviction and the will to carry on.”