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Who Is Your Hero

My hero is Jesus Christ-because, He can walk on water and He can raise the dead. Who is your hero?

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 ---catherine on 9/30/10
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Ditto! He is mine as well.
---judy6696 on 11/12/10

There is no hero's other then Christ our Lord. For all good things come from above. And all the glory goes to Christ. I believe that too many times we give titles to humans, and don't acknowledge that because of God, these people are who they are. I called my wife my hero, because of the love she has for Christ. "Aka, put it plainly, they could not do what they did without the Spirit." It was God who gets the glory for her conduct and her great actions for her family, job and for me. Without Christ, she would have not had a love for those around her. I wanted to make this point because saints are raised higher then Christ by many. If not for Christ, the saints would not have been who they were. All the glory goes to God.
---MarkV. on 10/12/10

God, Jesus, earthly father, earthly mother. God allowed me to be born in a great nation, to christian parents, raised me in church, loved me, fed me, clothed me. I don't deserve to be so blessed. I am thankful everyday for the things God has given me....not money...but things unseen.
---shira3877 on 10/12/10

my late father.
---larry on 10/11/10

There are some people in China, Christians. Beaten, tortured, murdered, at hands of wicked men in power. A GREAT CALLING. These brave men, stays in prayer for weeks, before going into action. They do this so to keep other Christians from the same fate. Because, the Chinese Government can not round them all up. These are your true heroes of today. Unless your hero is doing in the service of God, he is no true hero.
---catherine on 10/11/10

Well, curiosity killed the cat. Police dogs. Read it again.
---catherine on 10/11/10

Hi Catherine, I'm just curious, why do you refer to police officers as "dogs"? :)
---Mary on 10/10/10

Yes, who are the true heros of today. I shall tell you. Well, it's not a dog [police]. It is God's people. Especially, the suffering Saints. AhhJesus.
---catherine on 10/10/10

I agree,let me add that anyone who doers Gods will and bares fruit is also my hero
---tom2 on 10/9/10

A small group of Christians in Little Antic who sent out Paul and Barabbas on their first missionary journey. For without the missionary journeys of Paul Christianity would have dies out as just another select of Judaism by the end of the first century CE. The church in Jerusalem was totally introverted and just taking care of their own members and not spreading the gospel.

Without those Christians who bereaved in Paul and Barabbas enough to sponsor them, Paul would have never had the chance to do the things he did and you and I would not be Christians today.
---Blogger9211 on 10/2/10

Well, Paul certainly is an hero. What that man went through for the Gospel of Jesus Christ. He was beaten, stoned, starvation, ship-wrecked, Abandoned, only to be be-headed for serving the living God. What a man Paul was. Where are the Paul's of today? All of those holy men and women went through hell so that we could have the Bible in its entirety. Hallelujah....However, no person has never, ever, suffered the way our Lord did for the likes of us. He didn't have to, I mean, God could've allowed everyone of us to end-up in hell. But, if any of us was going to have a chance of escaping hell, then He had to come. And so He did. He came and He went, for me. Hallelujah. Do I deserve it? NO!
---catherine on 10/2/10

It would have to be our apostle Paul, to whom Christ intrusted the gospel of Grace to the body of Christ
---michael_e on 10/1/10

Catherine, of course my first Hero is the Lord Jesus Christ, my second is my wife in whom I love so much. She is a hero because she loves the Lord so much and studies everyday to know more about Him, who worries for everyone in the family, who works so hard and still finds time to take care of her dad and the rest of the family. Always putting others first before herself. A wonderful woman. She is my second hero. Oh, I could have mentioned the Apostles and others, but in my life today, my wife is my second hero.
---MarkV. on 10/1/10

Mark, the dichotomy amazes... Notice that all the latter stuff was done in the/because of the Spirit only. Left to his own devices, Peter hung out with Judaizers except when Paul came to town. In that same note, you have to give it up for Paul. He is like a Timex...he can take a licking and keeps on ticking. Stephen was getting stoned to death, and he said, "Lord, put it on my charge card." All of these men could only do this in the Spirit, so...are these men heroes or just broken vessels that the Lord could use?

In the secular world, you have to give it up for a guy that is "faster than a rolling O, stronger than a silent E, and able to leap capitol T in a single bound. He's a word, he's a plan, he's Letterman!"
---aka on 10/1/10

Besides Jesus, my hero and one I strongly desire to meet in Heaven would be Barnabus, because he lived to encourage people! I love people like that and try to be like that in my own life--try lol!
---Mary on 10/1/10

Other than Jesus, I choose an Apostle who was brash, impulsive, irritable, down to earth, eager to please, quick witted, having a "take no prisoners" attitude, but who also walked on water, preached at Pentacost, made missionary journeys, wrote books of the Bible, and ultimately sacrificed his life for the Lord who changed his life from a simple fisherman to a "fisher of men".

I admire the Apostle, who is not unlike myself, Peter.
---Mark_Eaton on 10/1/10

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I choose a fellow-human as my hero, someone whose actions I would be able to observe and do likewise, something good but not as big as creating the Universe, and my hero is the Good Samaritan, in Luke 10. He had, and demonstrated, great compassion for an injured "neighbor" as Jesus said. He provided every aid he was capable of giving, as we all should do, helping wherever we can.
---Geraldine on 9/30/10

Mal 4:5 "Behold, I will send you Elijah the prophet before the great and awesome day of the LORD comes."

When we really enjoy breakfast, we say, "it was awesome."

Somehow, I cannot use the same adjective for pancakes as Malachi did for the day of the Lord. In the same light, it seems strange to use the same noun for George Washington as I do for Jesus the Lord and Savior.
---aka on 9/30/10

Tom Cruise, hands down!

---Ignatius on 9/30/10

Donna5535 I like what you said about Jesus being your hero,I think he should be every Christians hero. Jesus set the standard for what a hero does,that is self sacrifice,Jesus willingly laid down his life for our sin. Every Christian has so much to be grateful for and we must not forget God is a hero too,he allowed his only son to die for our sins. What a little thing it is to lay down our sins,compared to both of them,when they gave their all. The treasure of sacrifice makes a person rich indeed.
---Darlene_1 on 9/30/10

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My hero is God because when I thought I was going to die I called upon His name and He saved me from death.
---tonne on 9/30/10

My hero is Jesus because He allowed Himself to be crucified by his enemmies for my sins. I should have been on that cross, not him.

Also because He shed His blood for my stupid sins. What a humbling thing to do and how hard it is to receive such an honorable Messiah into your life!

Jesus, you are my all in all and I love you and Praise you to this day and all the days of my life.

One more thing: For this purpose was the Son of God manifest, to destroy the works of the evil one...thank you Jesus, Father God and Holy Spirit.
---Donna5535 on 9/30/10

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