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Courage encourages others to be courageous, exalts Christ, and displays God's supremacy.
Despite abundant reasons to be afraid, Paul and the Philippians chose courage.
Polycarp's courage encouraged courage, exalted Christ, and announced to the whole world whose king is really King.
Mark Buchanan is an Associate Professor of Pastoral Theology at the Ambrose Seminary in Calgary, Alberta, and the author of numerous books including Your Church is too Safe.
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