One of the unmistakable themes throughout the New Testament is that the existence of courage in God's people would draw Him into the situation, and He would perform miracles, signs and wonders. He never seemed to miss the chance to invade a situation by saying amen to the bold words spoken by His people. But when we only address things that are humanly possible, God doesn't have to confirm what can be done through human effort. The Father longs for a people to burn with what He is saying by making prophetic decrees, declarations, confessions, and proclamations that are born in the heart of God. Those words attract Him into the environment to confirm the word spoken with signs and wonders. It's time to embrace the gift of supernatural courage.