The Death of Princess Leia
You are listening to the sermon from 01/15/17
Faith Wesleyan Church in Rockford IL.

Scripture texts: Hebrews 11:32-38

Synopsis: The journal, American Psychologist revealed most heroes are wired differently and furthermore, many people unknowingly have a little bit of hero inside them. Heroes don’t take the time to analyze the danger to themselves in crisis situations. Their values are so deep-seated that they automatically act when faced with a dangerous situation. Heroes are ordinary people who have a well developed sense of morality and its function in their lives. This is the key principle of heroism: a belief that it is our moral duty to act. What this principle tells us is that anyone of us can be a hero if we have a sense of moral duty. Carrie Fisher wasn’t a hero, she just played one in the movies. We, who are not acting or playing a role, must be heroes in real life. It is our moral duty.

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