Christ | Courage | Risk | Salvation | Servanthood

During hard times in the darkness of winter in an Alaskan Eskimo village a young man of unequaled courage would go out into the bitter cold in search of food for his people. Armed only with a pointed stick and his compassion for his starving village, he would wander, anticipating the attack of a polar bear. Having no natural fear of humans, a polar bear will stalk and eat a man. In the attack the Eskimo hunter waves his hands and spear to anger the bear and make him rise up on his hind legs to over ten feet in height; and then, with the spear braced to his foot, the hunter aims for the heart as the weight of the bear comes down upon his spear. With heart pierced, the bear lives long enough to maim or kill this noble hunter. But loving family and friends follow his tracks out of the village to find food for their survival and evidence of…

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