Valley Forge: A Form Of Bravery

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Bravery is the act of facing problems right away instead of trying to escape them for as long as possible. For example, the Lord did not completely abandon creation after Adam and Eve disobeyed Him. Instead, He dealt with the problem. At Valley Forge, George Washington confronted the problem set before him by going to the Lord with it. Being brave is not taking care of a situation independently, although that is a form of bravery. Instead, bravery is simply pressing on and working through a problem. There may be a need for help, but just acknowledging the problem and trying to take care of it is bravery. In most situations we will need help; during these times, we need to come to the Lord with our
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