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Three random fictitious conversations between Cornelius and Abraham about Javier Baez. That might have taken place at various times in history… But did not!

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Cornelius: Greetings, Abraham. It is nice to speak with a fellow man of faith from a different time.

Abraham: Likewise, Cornelius. What is the topic of conversation today?

Cornelius: have you heard of a man named Javier Baez?

Abraham: I’m not familiar with the name. Who is he?

Cornelius: He is a man from modern times who plays a game called baseball. He is known for his incredible skills and acrobatic abilities on the field.

Abraham: Baseball? Acrobatics? I never heard of such things. What kind of game is this?

Cornelius: It is a game where a team of players tries to hit a ball with a bat and score points by running around bases.

Abraham: I see. It sounds like a strange pastime. But why are you telling me about this Javier Baez?

Cornelius: Well, Abraham, the reason I bring him up is because his dedication and hard work in the game of baseball can teach us a valuable lesson about our faith.

Abraham: Really? How so?

Cornelius: Just as Baez never gives up on a play and always puts in his best effort, we should never give up on our walk with God and always strive to live our lives to the fullest.

Abraham: That is a good point, Cornelius. It reminds me of Genesis 9:5 – “And I will require the blood of anyone who takes another person’s life. If a wild animal kills a person, it must die. And anyone who murders a fellow human must die. If anyone takes a human life, that person’s own life will be taken by human hands. For God made human beings in His own image.”

Cornelius: Yes, Abraham, you are right. We should always remember the value of human life and treat others with love and respect, just as Baez treats his teammates with respect on and off the field.

Abraham: I couldn’t agree more, Cornelius. It is important to always practice kindness and humility, just as Baez demonstrates in his interactions with others.

Cornelius: Exactly. And just as Baez gives his all on every play, we should give our all in our faith and never stop seeking Christ in our lives.

Abraham: Amen, Cornelius. It has been a pleasure speaking with you today and learning about the example of Javier Baez.

Cornelius: Likewise, Abraham. May our conversations always be guided by our shared devotion to our Lord and Savior.

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Cornelius and debate Javier Baez

Cornelius: Greetings, Abraham! How’s life as a nomad treating you in those olden times?

Abraham: Greetings, Cornelius! Life’s great, as always. How’s life treating you as a centurion in the new testament times?

Cornelius: Oh, it’s been quite interesting, especially with all the buzz surrounding Javier Baez.

Abraham: Who is Javier Baez? Are you talking about one of those new fangled charioteers?

Cornelius: No, no, no, my friend. Javier Baez is a baseball player. A sport that will be invented many, many years from your timeline.

Abraham: Baseball? What kind of sport is that?

Cornelius: Well, it’s just like hurling a rock, but the rock is replaced by a small, hard ball, and the distance is increased to around 90 feet.

Abraham: But why would you want to hurl a ball instead of a rock?

Cornelius: Ah, it’s not just about hurling it. It’s about batting it with a wooden stick, also known as a bat.

Abraham: So, it’s just a glorified stick and ball game? Sounds boring to me.

Cornelius: Boring?! Have you ever seen Javier Baez play? His agility, his speed, his accuracy, they’re all legendary!

Abraham: Legendary? That’s a big word. What makes him so special?

Cornelius: Oh, where do I start? His signature slide when he steals a base or his amazing catches when he’s playing in the outfield. He even plays shortstop with such remarkable finesse, it’s like he was born with a glove.

Abraham: Well, I’m still not convinced. It sounds like a frivolous pastime that’s only meant for idle hands.

Cornelius: Believe me, Abraham, baseball is more than just a sport. It teaches us teamwork, discipline, and perseverance. It’s a game that brings people together and creates bonds that last a lifetime.

Abraham: Hmm, you make a good point. Maybe I’ll give this baseball a try someday.

Cornelius: I highly recommend it! And who knows, maybe in the future, there will be a legendary nomad baseball player just like Javier Baez.

Abraham: (laughs) Well, if there is, you’ll definitely be the first to know, my friend.

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Some Fun

Twenty Questions:

Cornelius: Alright, Abraham. I’ll start. Is it a person?

Abraham: Yes, it’s a person.

Cornelius: Is he alive?

Abraham: Yes, he is.

Cornelius: Is he an athlete?

Abraham: Yes, he is.

Cornelius: Does he play a team sport?

Abraham: Yes, it’s a team sport.

Cornelius: Is he American?

Abraham: Yes, he is.

Cornelius: Does he play basketball?

Abraham: No, he doesn’t play basketball.

Cornelius: Is he a baseball player?

Abraham: Yes, he is a baseball player.

Cornelius: Does he play for a team in the American League?

Abraham: No, he doesn’t play for a team in the American League.

Cornelius: Is he a pitcher?

Abraham: No, he’s not a pitcher.

Cornelius: Does he play for a team in the National League Central?

Abraham: Yes, he plays for a team in the National League Central.

Cornelius: Is he a first baseman?

Abraham: No, he doesn’t play first base.

Cornelius: Is he an outfielder?

Abraham: No, he’s not an outfielder.

Cornelius: Is he an infielder?

Abraham: Yes, he’s an infielder.

Cornelius: Does he play shortstop?

Abraham: Yes, he plays shortstop.

Cornelius: Is it Javier Baez?

Abraham: Yes, it’s Javier Baez! You got it, Cornelius.

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About Cornelius from the New Testament

Cornelius was a Roman centurion stationed in Caesarea who was known for his devout faith in God. Despite not being Jewish, Cornelius regularly gave to the poor and prayed to God. In a vision, an angel instructed Cornelius to send for Peter, an apostle of Jesus Christ. When Peter arrived, Cornelius eagerly received him and his message of salvation through Jesus Christ.

Acts 10:2-4 says, “He [Cornelius] and all his family were devout and God-fearing; he gave generously to those in need and prayed to God regularly. One day at about three in the afternoon he had a vision. He distinctly saw an angel of God, who came to him and said, ‘Cornelius!’ Cornelius stared at him in fear. ‘What is it, Lord?’ he asked. The angel answered, ‘Your prayers and gifts to the poor have come up as a memorial offering before God.’”

Cornelius’ story is a powerful reminder of God’s inclusive love for all people, regardless of their background or status. Through his faith, Cornelius not only received salvation but also played a crucial role in spreading the gospel to the Gentiles.

About Abraham from the Old Testament

Abraham, also known as Abram, is an important figure in the Old Testament of the Bible. He is considered the father of the Hebrew people and is known for his unwavering faith in God.

Born in the land of Ur, Abraham was called by God to leave his homeland and journey to a new land that God would show him. In Genesis 12:1-4, God said to him, “Go from your country, your people and your father’s household to the land I will show you. I will make you into a great nation, and I will bless you; I will make your name great, and you will be a blessing.”

Abraham trusted God and obeyed, leaving everything behind to follow God’s plan. Along the way, he faced numerous trials and challenges, but he remained faithful and continued to trust in God’s promises.

Perhaps the most well-known story involving Abraham is the near-sacrifice of his son Isaac. In this moment, Abraham demonstrated his complete submission to God’s will, even to the point of being willing to sacrifice his own beloved son. However, God stopped Abraham and provided a ram for the sacrifice instead.

Throughout his life, Abraham continued to listen to God and follow His commands. He became the father of Isaac and Ishmael, and his descendants became a great nation as promised by God. In Galatians 3:6-9, it is said that “Abraham believed God, and it was credited to him as righteousness.” His faith serves as an example for Christians today, reminding us to trust in God’s plan and remain faithful even in difficult circumstances.

About Javier Baez

Javier Baez is a professional baseball player who is known for his exceptional talent on the field. But what is often overlooked is his strong faith in God. Baez has credited his success to God and his relationship with Him. He has even shared his faith on his social media accounts and during interviews. Baez serves as a great example for Christians to use their platforms, no matter how big or small, to share their faith and give glory to God.

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