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Johnson Chege, Nairobi Kenya June 19, 2012 at 7:31 am

Thank you Pamela for the seven heroes of of the Bible. My best among the ones you listed is Abraham, the father of faith. I like him for his experience with God is the example to us and a demonstration of the level of faith we need to have with God. If one has to describe the kind of faith Abraham had towards God I would call it OBEDIENT FAITH. This is what we lack in our wall with God. We are not as obedient to God like him. He was obedient to every word or instruction that came from God trusting Him that He was able to do as He had promised.
1). How many will obey a command to move out of the only land that you know and head to a place you dont even know where. When he was told by God to leave and no further instruction, Abraham, then Abram, just took what he could carry and left obediently believing and casting all his cares to God.
2). Against what science would dispute today, he ignored biological science books if there were.
Who can today at the age of 90 believe a woman can get pregnant? But Abraham despite Sarah laughing in the kitchen when she over heard the angels telling him, Sarah would conceive, he obediently believed it was possible with God.
3). When this comes to pass, God comes again with rather what most of the believers would not bow down to, “sacrifice your only son of promise”. But Abraham obediently prepares the altar to give Isaac as a burnt offering.
Abraham had that obedient quality that most of us lack hence we seem to limit God in what He is well able to do and when we fail to do what God has commanded up to do we miss our blessings.
Thank you Pamela and sorry for taking big part to make my comment. God bless you.

Pamela Rose Williams June 19, 2012 at 12:58 pm

Hello Johnson Chege from Kenya, I love that you shared so much here. You have great questions and observations. Thank you for taking this “big part” to comment here. I hope to see you come back again to visit. Praise God for you!

Cosmos , Ugnna. June 19, 2012 at 12:39 pm

your articles has been of good help 2 me, I thank God for His grace in yur life u are a blessing to thing present generation.

Pamela Rose Williams June 19, 2012 at 12:56 pm

Hello Cosmos, Ugnna, Thank you for your kind words and I too thank God for his grace in my life to be able to share these things here at WCWTK. Blessings!

Jack Wellman June 19, 2012 at 5:28 pm

Well done Pam. Just love how you always exude positive feelings using excellent topics to write about. You picked one of my favorites too, the often overlooked Mordecai. Nicely done friend.

bob hennes July 17, 2012 at 1:20 am

Pamela … Ure articles are well written, easy to understand, and a blessing to those who take the time to read them. May you
be forever blessed for ure efforts in sharing them with us!

amadi okey August 19, 2012 at 1:15 pm

indeed great analysis of heroes of the bible.on my own i wouldn’t name Noah as a heroe.thanks for the revelation and God bless u

Bill Peach October 14, 2012 at 7:55 pm

Hello Ms. Pamela,
I thought your story line of the heroes are spot for the most part. Just wanted to ask about Noah and the age when he started the ark’s building. I believe he was 600 the yr of the flood. likely around 500 when he started the building process. He had sons after that and to build such a large boat, for that time and era, it would take 50 to 100 yrs. I believe. Just my thoughts, thanks again. Bill Peach

sharon nyahwai November 6, 2012 at 5:09 am

thanx Pamela i learnt a lot

VICTOR OCHEH OKPEKE February 28, 2013 at 12:20 am

Hello Ms. Pamela, I must thank GOD for your life & Ministry. Honestly your article has really blessed me & has broadened my vision of what actually made these characters true heroes. Thank you very much. you’r a blessing to this generation

faith beryl May 4, 2013 at 6:56 am

so happy with the post particulary of stephen and john the baptist,how i wish we can be like them as we wait for the second advent

Sherretta Evans June 12, 2013 at 2:23 am

Awesome! Im sorry but I didn’t know of some of these heros sonInappreciate your knowledge on them as Im beginning to get in the word daily as I should have always done! Thank you

stephen gundapu August 23, 2016 at 11:14 am

that was awesome,i am frm india,doing individual minisry pray for us amen

Fraol December 5, 2016 at 3:07 pm

May God Bless You! YES, Christianity is for everyday, minutes and seconds!! In a second a lot can happen if we apart!

Mayola Iodice February 17, 2018 at 4:16 pm

I love the story of Jacob. He was the more independent one, yet still being with God.

Nosipho March 2, 2019 at 1:55 pm

Hi Pamela,

Nosipho from South Africa.

Thank you for taking your time to write and share the word.

I’m grateful to be in this spiritual journey. It’s also great to know people from all over are coming together for one course.

Peter Bako June 21, 2019 at 5:19 am

When I went through the article, I was refreshed. It’s interesting to note that you, in your write up, were able to bring out some heroes not very often brought up on the row of Bible heroes such as Mordecai and Joseph of Nazareth.

Thanks for the insights given by your analysis of the subject matter.

Remain blessed.

Anandraj August 5, 2019 at 12:39 pm

Dear Pamela mlMadam
I am Pr Anandraj George, India, Karnataka, Bangalore.
Thankyou so much for the dedicated hard work and research that you shared, its very much appreciated and it is helpful to my children ministries too. May God continue to bless your children’s ministry and family.





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