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C) Dedication
But there is one more thing. In verse 11 it says, "Put on the whole armourof God, that ye may be able to stand against the wiles of the devil." Thenagain in verse 13, "Wherefore take unto you the whole armour of God, thatye may be able to withstand in the evil day." We must have engaged in thepreparation, we must move with determination, but we stand against thewiles of the devil in our dedication.

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However, this situation does bring up some interesting questions about Cap's role in the Marvel Universe, and also highlights the difference in how he's actually portrayed versus how some view the character. Cap is often held up as the ideal conservative superhero. He was built by the government to be the ultimate defender of truth, liberty and justice. He proudly wears his country's flag as a uniform. And he originally made his mark by socking Hitler in the jaw on the cover of Captain America Comics #1.

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I’ve often heard it said that a person who doesn’t stand for something willfall for anything. We live in a time where taking a stand has becomeunpopular. To claim absolutes with regard to salvation, morality, and God’sWord is no longer fashionable. We live in a world that just wants everyoneto go along to get along. But it is in this very time, in this world, that theChurch of the Living God must be prepared to climb up on top of the Rockwith our mind made up and take our stand. The preservation of ourcommunity, indeed of our world, may very well be dependant upon thechurch being willing to be the church, in season and out of season. In Ezekiel 22:30 God said, "And I sought for a man among them, thatshould make up the hedge, and stand in the gap before me for the land,that I should not destroy it: but I found none."

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This year's theme also offers students the rather unusual opportunity to explore the concept that not making a decision is actually a passive form of choice: the choice of inaction. A student might choose an NHD topic involving a situation where a person or group failed to take a stand when they might reasonably have been expected to act. For example, what were the circumstances leading to Pope Pius XII's decision not to oppose Adolph Hitler before and during World War II, and how did his inaction influence subsequent events? Or how did labor leader Terrance Powderly's refusal to take a stand in the 1886 Chicago Haymarket Riot affect the future of the Knights of Labor and other aspects of organized labor and the labor movement in the United States?

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B) In Passion
To stand in the evil days, in days when the world will resist and ridicule therighteous, then it is going to take a passion for Word of God and for the willof God. As passion that will put it all on the line, but will not recoil or retreat in the face of the onslaught of the enemy. Because we know that evenwhen the enemy comes rushing at us like a flood, God will raise up astandard. We love God too much to run. We love the lost too much to refuse to stand in the gap. We hate the devil too much to let him have one soul without a fight. We will stand in the gap for our children. We will stand in the gap for our neighbors and friends. We will fight the good fight of faithwith an unwavering passion for the kingdom of God.

Taking a Stand in History: People, Ideas, Events

As much as the image of Cap punching Hitler resonates with us today, at the time it was actually a fairly risky move on the part of creators Joe Simon and Jack Kirby. Captain America Comics #1 hit the stands months before America entered World War II and declared war on Germany. In those days, America still had its share of Nazi sympathizers. Cap became the ultimate form of wish fulfillment for his Jewish-American creators. "We both read the newspapers," Simon said in an interview with . "We knew what was going on over in Europe. World events gave us the perfect comic-book villain, Adolf Hitler, with his ranting, goose-stepping and ridiculous moustache. So we decided to create the perfect hero who would be his foil." In a way, Steve Rogers preemptively declaring war against Hitler is no different from Sam Wilson lashing out against the Sons of the Serpent. In both cases, the heroes valued saving innocent lives over toeing the party line.