"Where there is no risk, there is no faith," says Jamie Snyder in Wednesday's reading. Jamie then quotes Hebrews 11—the first verse of our study passage: "Faith is confidence in what we hope for and assurance about what we do not see" (NIV). This verse is then followed with flesh-and-blood example after flesh-and-blood example of Old Testament heroes who lived out ...
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Dear Jesus, since your true followers throughout the ages took great risks to live a life of faith, may I be willing to do the same.
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