Strength in God via our own weakness is a far cry from flexing weak muscles in public.
Heroes use whatever strengths they have to help others, even when most of the world views them as weak, even when their strengths are not traditionally accepted by their society.
Everyone’s strength is different.
Strength comes from talents we are born with, the passions we develop, and the skills to which we lend our time. Strength isn’t muscular, rhetorical, nor theatrical; it is pure diligence and conviction.
Those who appear weak should be feared while those who act strong might not be trustworthy.