By Warren W. Wiersbe
We all respect the hero. That individual who is celebrated for reaching enormous issues within the face of even larger odds. but heroes usually are not outlined via their conditions, yet through their offerings. they're those who continuously decide to serve others, even if nobody is looking at, and with out watching for credits. in accordance with the books of Ezra, Haggai, and Zechariah, this examine examines 3 unsung heroes of the Bible who can encourage us this day.
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Used by permission. All rights reserved; and NLT are taken from the New Living Translation of the Holy Bible. New Living Translation copyright © 1996, 2004 by Tyndale Charitable Trust. Used by permission of Tyndale House Publishers. LCCN 2010930483 ISBN 978-0-7814-0335-1 eISBN 978-0-7814-0512-6 � 1997 Warren W. Wiersbe First edition of Be Heroic published by Victor Books® in 1997 © Warren W. Wiersbe, ISBN 1-564760591-1 The Team: Karen Lee-Thorp, Amy Kiechlin, Sarah Schultz, Jack Campbell, and Karen Athen Series Cover Design: John Hamilton Design Cover Photo: Veer Second Edition 2010 Contents The Big Idea: An Introduction to Be Heroic by Ken Baugh A Word from the Author 1.
Truth, Traditions, and Promises (Zechariah 7—8) 11. Messiah, the Shepherd-King (Zechariah 9—11) 12. Redeemed, Refined, and Restored (Zechariah 12—14) 13. Wanted: Holy Heroes and Heroines (Review) Notes The Big Idea An Introduction to Be Heroic by Ken Baugh The Medal of Honor is one of the rarest military decorations awarded by any nation. It is given only to an officer or enlisted person who has distinguished himself or herself by heroic action above and beyond the call of duty. To date, only 3,468 of these medals have been distributed.
Nevertheless, Jonah is a hero of the faith because he did eventually obey the Lord, and God used him to bring about revival to a pagan nation and to reveal that God is merciful and gracious. So you can see from the examples of Hosea and Jonah that even though they are considered Minor Prophets, they are heroes of the faith, and the same can be true of you and me. Remember, all these prophets were just ordinary people. They were not made out of different cytoplasm than you or me; they were just obedient to the Word of God, willing to carry out the will of God no matter what the cost.