Abram found himself journeying back to the promised land from Egypt. Upon his return to the land, he displays three attributes of daring faith. First, Abram shows that daring faith is a faith that repents. Just as he turned around and went back to God, so should when we find our lives in sin. Second, Abram shows that daring faith is a faith the reorients. While Lot is consumed with greed and materialism, Abram’s faith has reoriented his values towards an eternal perspective. Thirdly, we see that daring faith is a faith that rescues. The gospel is all about rescue. However, it’s not about us saving ourselves, but having the faith to say that we need rescue, and that Jesus has come to rescue us from our sin.