True Courage: Emboldened by God in a Disheartening World - eBook  -     By: Steve Farrar
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David C. Cook / 2011 / ePub

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Format: DRM Free ePub
Vendor: David C. Cook
Publication Date: 2011
ISBN: 9781434703651
ISBN-13: 9781434703651
Availability: In Stock
Series: Bold Men of God

Publisher's Description

Bestselling author and Bible teacher, Steve Farrar, reminds us through the story of Daniel that true courage can be ours daily and it comes from the one true Sovereign God.

Everyone can recall as a young child having the courage to head out the door—whether it was to your first day of school, your first game in little league, or your piano lesson. Then life takes over and you lose your bravado, giving in to the fears of the world around you.

In True Courage readers will discover a God who provides incredible courage to us in the midst of uncertainty, even through treacherous, evil days, and the courage to face lions in their den—or an unexpected job loss, the diagnosis of a sick child, or the return of a debilitating cancer.

Author Bio

Steve Farrar is the founder and chairman of Men's Leadership Ministries. A graduate of California State University, Fullerton, with a Master's degree from Western Seminary in Portland, Oregon, he also has an earned a doctorate from Dallas Theological Seminary. Steve authored the best-selling book, Point Man: How a Man Can Lead His Family and has since written fifteen other books. He is a frequent speaker at conferences, for Promise Keepers and at many other events nationwide. Steve and his wife, Mary, have three grown children and currently reside in suburban Dallas, Texas.

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  1. Age: 55-65
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    5 Stars Out Of 5
    August 15, 2011
    Age: 55-65
    Gender: female
    This book was a gift from a Christian sister when my mother passed away. It has reminded me of the Truths upon which our lives are based in Jesus Christ. He does provide everything we need in every circumstance of life. All glory goes to Him!
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  3. Oak Harbor, WA
    Age: 55-65
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    3 Stars Out Of 5
    attempts at humor detract from book's message
    May 14, 2011
    Oak Harbor, WA
    Age: 55-65
    Gender: female
    Quality: 3
    Value: 3
    Meets Expectations: 2
    Farrar uses the life of Daniel to show that God gives true courage in the midst of life's troubles. Daniel found strength in God's assurance of hope for the future. That hope is the basis for courage. "True Courage is found in a heart that believes and trusts in the living God - period." (14)

    Daniel found his world turned upside down. Yet he became a man of remarkable influence for some seventy years.

    Daniel had three traits: humility, trust, and hope. They were woven into his character and decision making. Daniel knew God and His ways and had maturity and faith beyond his years. Daniel counted on the sovereignty of God and it was his confidence in God that gave him True Courage.

    Farrar uses Nebuchadnezzar as an example of our pride causing us to learn our lessons the hard way. Farrar encourages us to have a teachable spirit.

    God delivered Daniel and his friends and Farrar says, "Know this: It is a slight thing for the Lord to deliver you." (183)

    Even late in Daniel's life, at around age eighty, he was still razor sharp, interpreting the writing on the wall. Farrar notes, "God always has a leader prepared and ready for the day of crisis." (197) "God always has a plan in place to replace human failure." (199)

    Farrar ends his by showing Daniel as a man of prayer, waiting on God's deliverance.

    I have mixed feelings about this book. I can foresee that his statement, "It is a slight thing for the Lord to deliver you," (183) could be devastating to someone who has not been "delivered." If it is such a "slight" thing for the Lord... I think Farrar has taken something very complicated - God's plans for each person's life - and made "slight" of it.

    Another aspect of Farrar's writing that I found very distracting is his strange sense of humor. He calls Nebuchadnezzar "Neb." He likens Belshazzar's feast to an Academy Award night. He writes of the "SAT scores" of Belshazzar's wise men. (194) He speaks of the Medo-Persian "Navy SEALs." (210) Here is a totally unnecessary attempt to be humorous: "So you've got to pay attention here. Ugbaru and Gubaru were not Saddam Hussein's two sons." (210) Here is another attempt, Farrar writing of Judah fearing the Assyrians: "So they cashed in their IRAs and 401(k)s and went down to Egypt..." (223)

    I found Farrar's writing so quirky, with attempts at lightheartedness in the midst of serious topics, it detracted from the message. I would have preferred an editor to have encouraged Farrar to keep his writing at a higher level, one equal to the weight of his message.

    I received a copy of this book from The B&B Media Group on behalf of the publisher for the purpose of this review.
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