Brave By Faith
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What does it look like to live with joy in a society that does not like what Christians believe, say or do? It’s tempting to grow angry, keep our heads down, retreat or just give up altogether.
But this isn’t the first time that God’s people have had to learn how to live in a pagan world that opposes God’s rule. In this realistic yet positive book, renowned Bible teacher Alistair Begg examines the first seven chapters of Daniel to show us how to live bravely, confidently and obediently in an increasingly secular society.
Readers will see that God is powerful and God is sovereign, and even in the face of circumstances that appear to be prevailing against his people, we may trust him entirely.
We can be as brave as Daniel if we have faith in Daniel’s God!
“The message of Daniel is incredibly relevant for us in our generation. Not because it maps out a strategy for how to deal with our new lack of status … or because Daniel was a great man and we need to follow his example. The reason is that it will help us to believe in Daniel’s God.” Alistair Begg, author.
- Intro: The Wind Has Changed
- 1. Know Your Lines
- 2. Keep Your Confidence
- 3. Obey God (Despite the Consequences)
- 4. Speak Out (Because God Is Big)
- 5. See Through the Glitter
- 6. Serve Well, Stand Firm
- 7. Take Heart—God Wins
- Conclusion: Jesus Shall Reign
Sinclair B. Ferguson
Professor, Systematic Theology, RTS; Author, To Seek and to Save
Here is an ideal combination: one of today’s stand-out gospel communicators reflecting on the life, wisdom, and sheer guts of Daniel, one of yesterday’s outstanding heroes of the faith. With clarity and grace, courage is laid bare as one of our great needs today. ‘Brave by Faith’ is certain to challenge and encourage Christians of every age and at every stage in life. A book for our times!”
Alistair Begg is Senior Pastor at Parkside Church in Cleveland, Ohio, and the Bible teacher at Truth For Life, which is heard on the radio and online around the world. He graduated from theological college in London and served two churches in Scotland before moving to Ohio. He is married to Susan and together they have three grown children.