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Ten Virtues of a Seija

What on earth does “Seija” mean? Well, “Seija” is a term that a great Karate legend by the name of Bob Nash helped me to coin. I wanted a term that described the warrior spirit of the old Samurai but also reflected the servant attitude of the old Samurai as the word Samurai actually means servant. But I also wanted to convey that these “warriors” were servants for Jesus Christ. Well, I’m sure you have probably heard of the term “Ninja”? Well the “ja” on the end of “Ninja” is in reference to soldiers, combatants, or warriors. The prefix “Sei” refers to sacred, holy or devoted to God. So “Seija” basically means “Sacred Warrior” or “Holy Soldier”.

Ten Virtues of a Seija
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Wisdom (Prv 4:7)
Patience (Prv 19:11)
Honesty (Ex 20:16)
Courage (1Co 16:13)
Respect (1Th 5:12-15)
Righteousness (Mt 6:33)
Honor (Jn 7:18)
Humility (Ps 8)
Chastity (1Th 4:3-8)
Perseverance (Heb 12:1)