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TOPIC: Lesson 13: You, A Hero? (March 31, 2012)

Lesson 13: You, A Hero? (March 31, 2012) 4 years 11 months ago #21

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Sometimes surviving in school is all about “camouflage.” You have to blend in, not stick out. You don’t want to do things that make you seem different. Unfortunately, you cannot be a Christian hero and go unnoticed. There is no such thing as an “invisible” disciple of Jesus. First of all, with all the pressures in your school and social life is it even possible to be a hero in the popular sense, and a disciple of Jesus at the same time? If your answer is yes, give at least one example of a situation in which this is possible. If your answer is no, explain why.
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Re: Lesson 13: You, A Hero? (March 31, 2012) 4 years 10 months ago #1070

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Yes. If a bully at school comes up and teases your freind, you can be a disciple of by trying the kill with kindness thing and be a hero in your social life by making sure the teacher knows about the teasing and also sticking up for your freinds against the bully but still vbeing nice.
You don't have to be Goliath to succeed, Little Davids can succeed, too :)
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Lesson 13: You, A Hero? (March 31, 2012) 4 months 1 week ago #61978

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True heros/ines are often not realised until they have long since laid down their armour. You don't have to be famous to be a hero, you can be a hero by deciding to do the right thing even when no one else will no about it - ever.

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Though poor and in trouble I wander alone,
With a rebel cockade in my hat;
Though friends may desert me, and kindred disown,
My country will never do that!
-Part of Waratah and Wattle by Henry Lawson-
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