Have you ever seen Captain America, Spiderman, The Hulk or any other superhero? Well, one time, I was in Church, and this guy looked in his pocket, grabbed his phone, and pushed the button to do something on it. When he opened up his phone, I saw his wallpaper picture. It was a picture of all the superheroes huddling around an artist rendition of Jesus who was sitting on a chair and “Jesus” was telling them, “And, that’s how I saved the world.”
See, in America we huddle around the superheroes, but in this particular picture the superheroes were huddled around Christ.
Jesus is the King superhero of all the superheroes. Jesus is real, they are not (Revelation 1:18).
Sometimes, kids will start drawing pictures of superheroes. I personally don’t think there’s anything wrong with that, but there is something wrong with it when you’re making them a god and forgetting all about the true superhero – Jesus Christ (Acts 4:12).
Every time I draw something, I try to always remember the King superhero, who I should be drawing and I like doing it.
My point is this: We should always remember that Jesus Christ is the King. He should be our hero, because if it wasn’t for Him, we would all be done for.
Always remember, Jesus Christ is the superhero who saved the world…literally.