Which character do you like the best?

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Re: Which character do you like the best?

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I loved Moses. Despite the bickering of the people he led, he maintained a calm nature and even called on God on their behalf, knowing they were wrong. That's a rare quality.

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My favorite character is Lucifer,because the author has portrayed Lucifer's character in a different way that made readers think Lucifer as a fallen angel with lots of dreams and thoughts. I believe that behind every evil person there is a soft and kind heart that is deeply wounded and turn them in to evil.

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Joseph gets my vote as well. Dreams being relevant to life and the future and as a tool for planning; who wouldn't want that!
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I've gotta say something about Moses too. We all know how rare it is to find someone that will stand and plead for you even when you're clearly in the wrong. Is that love or loyalty?
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The character of Joseph is intriguing. He had so much to lose, whether he heeded to the advances of Potiphar's wife or not. In a land tainted by corruption and heathenism, Joseph chose to stand. He could not betray God by claiming worldly favors of an adulterous wife. He is my favorite.

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I loved the story oj Job the most. a very quiet man, his faith and trust in God was unshaken even in the face of adversity

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