Jesus Christ: The Final Stage Of The Hero's Journey

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There are many faces of heroes, but the story of Jesus Christ is known as “the greatest story ever told”. The whole life of Jesus was his adventure; his life was for the life of others. Through his existence as a man the hero 's journey of Jesus Christ depicts the most self-sacrificing adventure know to literature by his humbleness, love, and resurrection.
In the first stage of the hero 's journey is the departure stage showing the humbleness of Jesus. Jesus humbly leaves his throne and becomes lower than the angles to become a man. His call to his adventure was through his birth and even though he may have known his fate before he was born, his calling lets his audience know that through his faithfulness of the adventure the lives of others
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The refusal to return is shown through the three days Jesus remained in the grave. Even though this is not a complete refusal, the three days fulfil the scripture “for just as Jonah was three days and three nights in the belly of the great fish, so will the Son of Man be three days and three nights in the heart of the earth”(Matthew 12:40). After his three days in the grave, Jesus resurrects allowing Jesus to return to Earth he neither needed aid, rescue, or to flee from anything. He did not run away with the boon, but resurrected to give “…commands through the Holy Spirit to the apostles whom he had chosen. He presented himself alive to them after his suffering by many proofs, appearing to them during forty days and speaking about the kingdom of God” (Acts 1:2-3). Through the reassurance and spreading of the awareness of the resurrection of Jesus it aids Jesus to insert himself back into the confused, grieving, and weak faith believers. Of all the heroes, Jesus made the most humble and fascinating reappearance. He humbly returns to Earth and commences to interact with the visitors, and his disciples. After the forty days Jesus masters the two worlds by returning to his Father and promises the Holy Spirit. Through the Holy Spirit, Jesus influences life on Earth while maintaining his throne in

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