THE ULTIMATE SACRIFICE: Chinese Father Pushes Son Out Of The Way In Ultimate Selfless Act

Posted: April 15, 2014 in Uncategorized
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Hero father Hsiung Kuo, 71, pushes his son Yong, 47, to safety as he is dragged under the wheels of a lorry in Quanzhou in southeastern China

SCROLL DOWN FOR NEWS LINK AND VIDEO: SACRIFICE: The surrender or destruction of something prized or desirable for the sake of something considered as having a higher or more pressing claim.What would you do to save the ones that you love? How far would you let the depth of your love take you? A Chinese Father showed his depth by sacrificing himself to save his son.  Hsiung Kuo and Yong were traveling on their small electric scooter and stopped at a busy intersection in Quanzhou City. Just as they took off, a lorry truck smashed into them both, knocking the men to the ground and into the way of the deadly wheels. Hsiung Kuo rolled his son Yong away from the wheels of the truck moments before the same vehicle crushed him to death. Kuo had the mindset of God that day. In a sense God , our father, sacrificed himself to push us away from the wheels of death and everlasting separation from his face. John 3:16 – For God so loved the world, that he gave his only begotten Son, that whosoever believeth in him should not perish, but have everlasting life. He willingly went to the cross beaten, flogged, and died hanging on the mercy tree. His death gave us a new life as his blood washed away our sins. 1 John 2:2 – And he is the propitiation for our sins: and not for ours only, but also for [the sins of] the whole world. God is the epitome of love.  Whether Hsiung Kuo believed God or not, he understood the situation he was in and paid the ultimate price.  He sacrificed himself so that his son may live. Jesus did the same and there is no greater love than self-sacrifice. That is a love that transcends time and space. That is the  love of a Father. John 15:13 – Greater love hath no man than this, that a man lay down his life for his friends

Hsiung Kuo kept up his desperate bid to push his son to safety, even when his own legs were being crushed by the lorry

 

Moments after Hsiung, 71, saved his son's life, hi own life is ended when his chest is crushed by the lorry at a road crossing in Quanzhou, China

DAILY MAIL ONLINE:  An heroic Chinese father sacrificed his life to save his son by pushing him to safety from the path of a lorry.

Hsiung Kuo rolled his son Yong away from the wheels of the truck moments before the same vehicle crushed him to death in Quanzhou City in southeastern China.

Police say the pair had been traveling on an electric scooter with Yong, 47, driving his 71-year-old father into the city, in the Fujian Province of the country READ MORE: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2604234/Chinese-father-sacrifices-save-son-pushes-way-lorry-shortly-ran-over.html

A FATHER SACRIFICE

CHRISTIAN POST:A father sacrificed his own life to save his son’s in a heroic act captured on CCTV cameras recently. Hsiung Kuo, 71, and his son Yong, 47, were driving through the busy streets of Quanzhou City in China when calamity struck: a truck nearly ran both men over, but Kuo pushed his son out of the way.

Hsiung Kuo and Yong had been traveling on their small electric scooter and stopped at a busy intersection in Quanzhou City, which is in the southeastern Fujian province of the country. Just as they took off, a huge blue truck smashed into them both, knocking the men to the ground and into the way of the deadly wheelsREAD MORE: http://www.christianpost.com/news/father-sacrifices-his-life-to-push-son-away-from-oncoming-truck-dies-after-being-run-over-in-china-117940/

FATHER SACRIFCIES LIFE FOR SON

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