What is a dare? Basically, it is a challenge. Webster says, “To have the courage or audacity for some act; be fearless; to do something hard or dangerous; venture upon…” From this definition we see there is a valid usage of the word dare. When I was a youth, I would hear the most serious of dares when a regular dare did not work. It came in the form of the “I double-dog dare you!” You see if a regular dare did not move me to action, I would be given a double-dog dare you. Admittedly there were times in my life I responded to a dare with reckless intention, but this is not what I have in mind as I present these things for your consideration. It is with love and care I ask you to consider your personal walk with God.
I Dare You to Consider:
The condition of your soul (Mark 8:36-37).
The love God has for you (Romans 5:6-8).
The reason Christ died for you (Luke 19:10).
The resurrection of Christ (1 Corinthians 15:1-4).
The need of obeying the gospel (Mark 16:16).
The importance of living faithfully each day (Revelations 2:10).
Reflection can be a good thing when we are talking about reflecting on our relationship with God Almighty. When we reflect on where we are in the presence of Deity there should always be an AWE, a reverence of respect for the Almighty. Appreciate His everlasting love and care for you.