We all enjoy timeless nuggets of advice, snippets of information unaltered by time, generation, or culture. They are not always easy to find and can be often overlooked.
We find timeless advice when God instructed Joshua to “be strong and very courageous.” God emphasized strength and courage three times in this context, but only once did He use the phrase “be strong and very courageous.”
The context has powerful implications in the realm of spiritual leadership, because God’s advice surrounded the strength and courage needed to follow His law.
We have to wonder how different our world would be if spiritual leaders today had the strength and courage to do the same.