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Where do we get the strength to stand— to rise and meet the demands of prayer?
"When the going gets tough, the tough get going," so they say. And when the going is tough, we encourage each other not to give up. "Be tough," we say, meaning "Be strong; give it even more. You can do it."
Being "tough" is needed in prayer, too. There's a command given over and over in different ways in the Bible—it's that important. "Be strong." "Be of good courage." "Fear not." "Be not afraid." "Gird up thy loins." "Believe," that is, "Be firm."
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