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There's a third thing, and now we'll get into the real fresh study for today, leaving our general review...and that wasn't all review, but some new thing. But the third thing is this: the courage of conviction pays any price...and this is just where John Mark blew it. He wasn't willing to pay any price. He'd pay some price, not any price. I mean he had his price. He would actually forsake the work of the Lord at a certain point, you see, and face it.

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By this time in the 20-year interval, Philip had a flourishing family...at least four daughters...we hope he had at least one son in addition to soften the blow a little bit or to harden the blow, whatever, for variety sake. But we don't know...at least he had four daughters...he may have had four more, and he may have had five sons, but at least we know that he had these four daughters who were unmarried and who prophesized.


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Now Paul was a very strong man and had a very difficult time tolerating weakness in anybody else. And so when he heard this suggestion, he said, "There is no way that I'm taking that guy with us. The last time he showed that he didn't have the courage to go through with it." "And the contention was so sharp between them that they departed one from another." Paul and Barnabas split up. God used that for His glory...he had two teams from thereon. Paul took Silas, and Barnabas took John Mark, and went to Cyprus. But you see, the failure of one man to fulfill his commitment, his conviction, really caused problems. That's not Paul. No, that's like most of us. Paul saw his convictions through no matter what it cost him.

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Over in chapter 15 verse 36, Paul and Barnabas want to go on another journey. They came back from the first one, and incidentally went without John Mark, of course. And Paul said to Barnabas, Acts 15:36, "Let's go and visit our brother again in every city where we've preached the Word of the Lord and see how they're doing. Let's go back, Barnabas." And Barnabas thought it was a good idea. Barnabas determined to take with them John, whose surname was Mark. So now Barnabas says, "Let's take John again." "But Paul thought it not good to take him with them, who departed from them from Pamphylia and went not with them to the work."

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Most of us probably have already done that a zillion times. It can become as simple as this: you know you should share Jesus Christ with somebody, but for the sake of your own ego...that is, you don't want to be rejected or embarrassed...you don't do it. That's selling out for your own self, you see...for your own prestige, position, self-image, or whatever else...reputation.

Nicholas TalamantezFebruary 2016

Or maybe you know that God wants you involved in a ministry. But if you got involved in that ministry, it would cut down the time that you need to make the money you want to make. So you fail to do the ministry, and you maintain the level of involvement in your job that you are. You are therefore selling out at that price, whatever it is.

Chandreyee JohnsonNovember 2014

Thomas Schlueter-White, Director of Client & Investor Services, joined Courage Capital Management in 2006. Prior to 2006, Tom served as Contracts & Compliance Administrator for Ardent Health Services, LLC and served as Vice President of Options Trading and Correspondent Research at J.C. Bradford & Co. Mr. Schlueter-White holds a Bachelors Degree from Augustana College.