Facing Foolishness

I rescently had to step out and take a risk with something God told me to say. It was crazy I'm sure to everyone else, but I knew I would be disobedient if I didn't say it just as God had told me to. I wanted to make it more generic and water it down, but I didn't in the end. I don't know how that step of foolishness will turn out, but I feel good about doing it God's way regardless of the outcome.

I started chapter 8 "The Importance of Looking Foolish" from "In a Pit With a Lion On a Snowy Day". Mark Batterson says ...

"If your going to defy the odds, face your fears, reframe your problems, take a risk, and sieze a God-ordained opportunity, you have to be willing to look foolish in the world's eyes. Because, no matter how it might look, doing God's will is never foolish"

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