What is the firefighter motto?

What is the firefighter motto?

I shall sell my life dearly to my enemy fire but give it freely to rescue those in peril. With God’s help, I shall endeavor to be one of His noblest Works.

What to say to thank a firefighter?

Thank You Letters

  1. Thank you so much for putting yourself at risk to help others.
  2. Hi!
  3. Thank you for courage and bravery!!
  4. Thank you all first responders for risking their life and health during this pandemic.
  5. Thank you to all you brave people.

What is the firefighters Prayer?

“When I am called to duty, God whenever flames may rage, Give me the strength to save some life whatever be its age.

What makes a firefighter Brave?

They are willing to self-sacrifice and have a natural propensity to help others and have a giving spirit. Effective firefighters are courageous, because they are always willing to take risks and make sacrifices in order to help others.

What does Bill Dedman say about being a firefighter?

“Firefighters go where they’re needed, sometimes ignoring the dangers even when no one is inside a burning building to be saved.” —Bill Dedman “If your goal is to produce firefighters and rescue workers, you have to produce people willing to enter burning buildings.” —Brian D. McLaren

What is the saying that firefighters never die?

“Firefighters never die, they just burn forever in the hearts of the people whose lives they saved.” —Susan Murphree “What firefighters, and people in our military and cops do is separate from what the rest of us do, basically these people say “I’m going to protect all these strangers.” —Denis Leary

What do people say about being a fireman?

“Fire itself is very beautiful, and there’s an attachment to fire that firefighters have.” —Matthew Desmond “When a man becomes a fireman his greatest act of bravery has been accomplished. What he does after that is all in the line of work.” —Edward F. Croker

What does the quote God and the fireman mean?

“When fire is cried and danger is neigh, ‘God and the fireman’ is the people’s cry; but when ‘tis out and all things righted, God is forgotten and the firemen slighted.”