Show a little moxie…

Writer Shirley Showalter got me thinking about “moxie” this morning:

Got Moxie? http://t.co/LpCxEbc3qG via @TuesWithLaurie
— Shirley H. Showalter (@shirleyhs) November 5, 2014

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.

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