Pastor Jack teaches us that dangerous faith is not magic. It is not based upon, if I do this or say this the right way. He teaches us the truth that it is a confidence in God. He keys in on the fact that it is most effective when it is not about us. That God receives glory when we exercise dangerous faith to benefit others.
Pastor Jack teaches us this week Humility and Praise flow from each other and victory is the product. God’s people who are dangerous in their worship use praise and the word of God as tools to tear down stronghold and defeat the enemy.
Pastor Jack teaches to become dangerous we need courage. Not reckless action without thought to consequences but the ability to face the challenges before us in faith and confidence before us in faith and confidence that God will prevail.
Pastor Jack asks the question, “are we willing to become dangerous for the Lord?” He teaches as a foundation that we have to be willing to let go of our wants and sins in order to live in the power and grace of God’s life. We should also understand that it can’t be about us that the focus has to be on God and those around us if we are truly going to be dangerous. The last foundation part of becoming danger we discover that it requires a power greater to us.