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Confidence In the Bible – 5 Basic Meanings

Confidence is an essential ingredient for prayer, as well as for Christian living.  In my study of this topic, I found seven different Hebrew and Greek words that could be translated as confidence (Hebrew: mibtach, betach, and batach; Greek: peitho, … Continue reading

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God Commands us Not to Fear

  Joshua 1:9 Have not I commanded thee? Be strong and of a good courage; be not afraid, neither be thou dismayed: for the Lord thy God is with thee whithersoever thou goest.  

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Confidence in Prayer — Four Possible Meanings

  What is confidence? And what do we mean by praying with confidence? I think there are at least four possible meanings. Basically, confidence means to have faith, to trust, to believe, or to rely on. Confidence in prayer means … Continue reading

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Confidence in Prayer

A few thoughts about confidence in prayer–from Prayer A to Z. When we think about confidence, even when we say the word “confidence,” it makes us feel good doesn’t it?  It gives us a lift, gives us energy, strength and … Continue reading

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