Merriam-Webster DictionaryMoxie: noun
Force of character, determination, courage or nerve, savvy, know-how.
Example: “She showed a lot of moxie in questioning the policy.”
With the moxie you can muster, and knowing that “God’s divine power has given us everything we need for a godly life,” (II Peter 1:3) …
Add to your faith, goodness
To your goodness, knowledge
To your knowledge, self-control
To your self-control, perseverance
To your perseverance, godliness
To your godliness, mutual affection
To your mutual affection, love.
(II Peter 1:3-7)
Time to show a little moxie, friends. So don’t be hiding your moxie under a bushel basket.