Righteous are bold as a lion

A small girl ran away from being dedicated to a temple on 6 March 1901. It would have been a life for her as sex slave, abuse and misery. She tightly held Amy and refused to separate from her. The men who came chasing the girl wanted her. The girl cried and refused to go. Amy Carmichael refused to send her. The people threatened her dire consequences and wrath of gods. She was as bold as a lion and protected the girl and saved hundreds of such girls. As a righteous, godly servant of God, she was as bold as a lion. “The wicked flee when no one pursues, but the righteous are bold as a lion.” (Proverbs 28:1) The Righteous are blessed, whose sins are forgiven. (Psalms 32:1, Romans 5:1) The righteous are as bold as lions to confront evil and wickedness in the community and society.
Lion of Judah: Lord Jesus Christ is termed as ‘Lion of the tribe of Judah.’ (Revelation 5:5) Disciples have the same characteristics of the Lord as their children.
Lion’s den: Daniel was not afraid of lions. King Darius was scared to allow Daniel to be punished like that. The faith of Daniel was that he is safe in God, who can deliver him or take him to His eternal home. (Daniel 6)
Fear of God: The Bible teaches the fear of God is the beginning of wisdom. (Proverbs 2:6) Disciples take refuge in His name, who is the fountain of life. (Proverbs 14:26,27)
Snares of death: Righteous are not afraid of snares of death, even when ropes of death entangle them. (Psalms 91:3; 116:3) David was not afraid of Goliath, Amy Carmichael was not afraid of the mob.
Truth: Righteous are witnesses for the Truth. They are not scared of falsehood, lies, wickedness, evil. With courage and boldness, they confront evil everywhere.
Amy Carmichael not only confronted the tradition, brought awareness of the social evil, educated the masses, that resulted in the change of system and law.
Am I bold as a lion?