Wondering Wednesdays – Lunch With Anyone From History

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Today’s questions is – If you could have lunch with anyone from history, who would it be and why?

Wow, I mean can I pick about a million people!? The obvious is Jesus. Wouldn’t it be so cool to sit and talk with Him? But I’m trying to think of a less obvious answer.

Biblically, I think I’d have to say Ruth and Naomi. Or Esther. They are just such strong women with great faith, and I’d love to just learn more about their stories.

Non-biblically, I think I’d have to say Martin Luther King Jr. He made such an impression on me as a child when we learned about him in school. I did a special project on him, and learned even more. Honestly, he is one of my heroes. I would love to ask him about what it was like being him, the good and the bad. I would ask him how he summoned the strength to fight like he did. I would ask how hard it was to have a family during that time, and what he did to encourage them. I think there’s a lot we can learn from him, from history. We just need to look at it!!

What about you? Who would you eat lunch with? Share in the comments!

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3 thoughts on “Wondering Wednesdays – Lunch With Anyone From History

  1. Gosh. Martin Luther King. What a thought! Then I wonder how he’d feel about what’s changed and what hasn’t changed for Blacks in America. so — I’ll go with… Abigail Adams. Just the idea of what any of the founding fathers/mothers would think of today’s America. They’d have more questions for me than I had for them?

    fun idea, Jessica.
    Enjoy your day!

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