40th comic. Princess and Dante discuss why humans are worth the grace they are shown. Dante calls back to his childhood and how God saved him and turned him into a better person. He pitches the idea of being missionaries in Africa.
About my secret...
He couldn't believe it... He doesn't understand it at all.
Oh... OH! How'd he... respond?
I'll admit, it's a phenomena I've never heard of before. Only envisioned.
I don't understand anymore, Dante. Why do we strive to save people when they just hurt and kill each other anyway?
I see. Whatcha reading?
C.S. Lewis, an idealist, like me.
Zarqawi's Master Plan
We're all sinners, for sure, But we gotta believe the slate can be wiped clean.
That was a pretty sudden question.
Are humans really worth it?
I gotta know.
Humans can redeem themselves from the wrong they've done.
I told you before, I used to be such a useless, good-for-nothing loser when I was younger.
But my life was lifted up when I laid it down. At an Ash Wednesday service, I devoted my life to God.
Don't you remember the people we helped in Jersey? The man we helped in Appomattox? When we helped Jane, or Bethany, or any of those people? You've seen the power of grace.
I was called to serve. I did mission trips, soup kitchens, I was changing myself. If you need proof of redemption, just look at me. The void was filled. The heart of stone melted.
Alright, hot shot. You've convinced me. I'll embrace being an angel.
You want to be missionaries?
I've had this idea, if we set our sights to Africa, to be missionaries, we can change a lot about the world.