“When faced with tough decisions, are we going to abandon or apply our faith?” Fearless
Adam Brown was in the top 1% of all Navy Seals. He overcame extreme challenges to achieve and stay at this level.
He battled drugs after high school and into his military career. He learned to hear it call his name and run to Jesus for strength to stay clean. Faith applied.
He lost an eye in a training accident. He learned to shoot his rifle using his non-dominant eye. Faith applied.
Four fingers on his right hand were severed and sewn back. He learned to shoot with his other hand. Faith applied.
Why would Brown keep going through such struggles? He knew Jesus wanted him in the Seals saving and protecting lives. And to Brown, “To fail at something was acceptable. To fail to try was not.”
A friend said this about him, “To truly live one’s faith, in word and deed, is a mighty, and a daily struggle; and Adam embraced that struggle and devoted himself to it.”
Faith is all about trying, even when Jesus is asking you to do something that goes against your current way of thinking, understanding, feeling and/or ability to do it.
Keep it small. Take a small faith step now. Repeat. Repeat again.
As you do, you’ll end up down the path of a changed life today and into eternity!