Analysis Of ' Where The Wild Things Are '

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Character of Godly Leaders
The word character naturally conjures up an array of specific attributes distinctive of an individual or environment. Our earliest experiences with character likely stem from being read classic children’s books, like Maurice Sendak’s, “Where The Wild Things Are,” or Dr. Seuss’s, “Green Eggs and Ham,” which portray distinct personality traits within the main character and demonstrate evolution of self as the character acquires knowledge from his or her life experience. Like the characters within our favorite childhood books, each of us represents a malleable being whose shape can transform through the beautiful manifestation of God’s glory throughout our life journey.
The bible provides countless examples of individuals with an incredible moral foreground on which a sovereign God casts influence upon the body of Christ, from the metamorphosis of the apostle Peter to Jesus the Messiah, yet God himself remains the ultimate testament of character. The immaculate nature of God can be seen within the following excerpt from the book of Exodus,
As he passed in front of Moses, he called out. He said, “I am the LORD, the LORD. I am the God who is tender and kind. I am gracious. I am slow to get angry. I am faithful and full of love. I continue to show my love to thousands of people. I forgive those who do evil. I forgive those who refuse to obey me. And I forgive those who sin. But I do not let guilty people go without punishing them. I cause…
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