Dost thou have courage enough to undertake the task? – Matthew 28:19-20

Matthew 28:19-20 –  Therefore go and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit, 20 and teaching them to obey everything I have commanded you. And surely I am with you always, to the very end of the age. (NIV)

Link and the Deku Tree (Ocarina of Time)
Link and the Great Deku Tree (Ocarina of Time)

Above you see Link and the Great Deku Tree, Guardian Spirit of the Forest and one of the forces that kept evil at bay in the kingdom of Hyrule. This is from the game The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time. To setup the story the evil villain Ganondorf, King of the Gerudo Tribe. He wanted to take over Hyrule and turn it to his twisted ways. He first went after the Great Deku Tree. He was the guardian of two very important things. For one he carried Kokiri’s Emerald, one of three Spiritual Stones and a key, used to open up the Door of Time and second he protected the beings of the forest known as the Kokiri and one little boy that was not, Link. Since Ganondorf did not get what he wanted he infected the Great Deku Tree with a curse.

The only person that could help him was the hero Link. A boy that lived in the Kokiri forest that did not have a fairy. The Great Deku Tree called a fairy named Navi to summon Link and he asked hum the question I ask you in the title, “Dost thou have courage enough to undertake the task?” Continue reading “Dost thou have courage enough to undertake the task? – Matthew 28:19-20”

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Dost thou have courage enough to undertake the task? – Matthew 28:19-20

The Triforce (Power, Wisdom, and Courage)

The Triforce(Power, Wisdom, and Courage)
The Triforce (Power, Wisdom, and Courage)

I am a huge Legend of Zelda fan. I believe that series is the main seller of every console that Nintendo has and will have to offer in the future. Yet when I think about it an idea comes to mind that mind sound a little crazy at first but follow me and you will see it makes perfect sense.

In The Legend of Zelda there are three triangles of legend that the game shows that many people covet for many reasons. Those triangles are called the Triforce. Each one represents a strong character and strengthens the user. Our maiden in distress Princess Zelda usually carries with her the Triforce of Wisdom. Although her wisdom is questionable, because she kept getting captured, she the wisest of the land. The Triforce of Power usually falls in the hands of the villain of the story, Ganon. He captures Zelda so he can have control of the Triforce of Wisdom. Luckily, the Triforce of Courage is in the hands of the hero of the tale Link. When their powers combine they can grant any wish. Continue reading “The Triforce (Power, Wisdom, and Courage)”

The Triforce (Power, Wisdom, and Courage)