My Short lived Hero Career. I grew up in a little town, and there was not always enough excitement near by, so sometimes I would have to find it. One night I decided that our town needed a superhero, and there was no one better qualified for the job as me.
I gathered together all my super hero garb, and gear. I put on my mask, of course you know that a super hero must wear a mask. If my identity were to be revealed my enemies might use that to their advantage and my defeat. At the age of 13 I snuck quietly into my parents room( the poor darlings had know idea of the danger that lurks outside)only to pat them and tuck them in before I went out into the danger and darkness.
I felt like the house was secure. I walked to the window and opened it, only to feel the cold air brush my face as if to say hello, I heard a dog howl and I noticed the lights were a lot more dimmer that what I had expected.
You know I was trained in Martial Arts, I had all kinds of super hero gear, I even had the outfit, but it was as I stood at that window that I realized I WAS...Continue reading this sermon illustration (Free with PRO)
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