Jesus = The Son of God, and by whom the Father made the world. Founder of the Christian Faith. The most important man to have ever lived since he was so much more than a mere man. He made the world by the power of His Father having been given all power from the Father and then came into that which He made and showed it the right path, and gave His life for His creations sake. He's The healer of all mankind who is above all men and who himself is only subject to The Father. He's The Perfect Judge, King, Teacher, Father, Brother, Friend, Leader, Example, and Comforter. He brings men perfect peace, and Himself is the Prince of Peace (regardless what people have done in His name, He did not advocate for any of that) He has promised to one day return to earth and destroy all evil forever, and then destroy death itself, and His children will inherit The Father's Kingdom forever where everything is perfect. All pain, suffering, misery, hate, passion, and ALL evil will be gone for eternity. It's what everyone claims to want but no one acts like they want as they all lie to and violate one another.
Moses = The Old Testament Prophet who led the Hebrews out of Egypt.
Solomon = A king of Israel about 1400 years BC who was extremely rich and known as the wisest, most powerful, and wealthiest king in the known world at the time. Kings from other lands would come to listen to him teach because he was so wise and powerful. He never had any wars in his time and all nations around paid him tribute. He had 600 wives and 400 concubines who were all queens and princesses from other lands and the best of the best women of his own land. He had thousands of servants, singers, horses, cattle, sheep, and various animals of all sorts. He had lands pack full of vineyards, oliveyards, and all sorts of gardens producing hundreds of varities of plants. He had huge forests and palaces and claimed that nothing he ever wanted in life was kept from him. He built the original Temple in Judah at Jerusalem which stood for hundreds of years until Babylon took Judah and Benjamin captive and destroyed their temple. Solomon might possibly have been the richest, most powerful, most respected, and most successful king in all of human history. There are no records of a man who lived as he did, and ruled his whole life from 12 years old until has was an old man with nothing but blessings pouring in everyday of his life. What is so fascinating about him is that the last thing he wrote in his life is this: "Remember now the Creator in the days of thy youth, while the evil days come not, nor the years draw nigh, when you shall say, I have no pleasure in them...Also when they shall be afraid of that which is high, and fears shall be in the way...because man goes to his long home, and the mourners go about the streets...Then shall the dust return to the earth as it was: and the spirit shall return unto God who gave it. Vanity of vanities...all is vanity. (moreover, because the king was wise, he still taught the people knowledge; he gave good heed, and sought out, and set in order many proverbs. The king sought to find out acceptable words: and that which was written was upright, even words of truth.) The words of the wise are as goads, and as nails fastened by the masters of assemblies, which are given from one shepherd. And further, by these, my son, be admonished: of making many books there is no end; and much study is a weariness of the flesh. Let us hear the conclusion of the whole matter: Fear God, and keep his commandments: for this is the whole duty of man. For God shall bring every work into judgment, with every secret thing, whether it be good, or whether it be evil.
Solomon is one of the most fascinating people in history. His kingdom must have been a sight to behold. The little city of Jerusalem was home of the most powerful Kingdom on earth. This is a massive foreshadowing of things to come. Sadly, as wise as Solomon was, his women corrupted him for a time and caused him to turn from God at one period of his life. But God used Solomon to teach all future generations that even a man who lived his whole life in the most abundance of luxury, power, esteem, prestige, honor, glory, fame, a thousand of the world's most beautiful women, and more gold, silver, and precious stones than one can comprehend. Nothing he wanted in life was kept from him, he could have anything he desired. On top of all that he was a king from 12 until death never having a single war yet all nations around gave him tribute and listened to him teach. And this man who had all that said at the end of his life, it was all vanity and vexation of spirit. And the conclusion he had come to after all that was to fear God, and obey His commands, this is the WHOLE duty of man. Boy have we fallen short of that one.
Isaiah the Prophet = My favorite prophet of the Old Testament. I won't tell his history but I love that man so much and his book has had a profound effect on my life. I even changed my name to Isaiah in honor of him. Obviously, his name wasn't Isaiah back then since he had a Hebrew name, but Isaiah is his name in English.
James, the Lords brother = He was one of the physical half brothers of Jesus having Mary as his mother. He would have amazing insight into the Lord's life while on earth. Also, his one short epistle in the New Testament is my favorite NT Epistle. It's so insanely powerful. He was known as an extremely devout man who was always laboring for God around Jerusalem after the Lord had gone. He was eventually killed in an unjust manner for being a Christian, as all the apostles were except John who was exiled to Patmos and died of old age.
Clement of Alexandria = A Christian who lived in the 2nd century in Alexandria, Egypt. He was a teacher, philosopher, and bishop and wrote a lot of books. He was extremely brilliant. He had such a knowledge of the Greek, Roman/Latin, Egyptian, Babylonian, and Assyrian philosophers it's mind blowing. He believed God used the Pagan philosophers to share truth with the pagan world until Christ had come though he also pointed out and went to great lengths to prove how they were wrong in many ways, but continually got near the truth. He's my favorite of the early church writers and his book 'The Stromata' is my second favorite book ever written. I think he was one of the wisest men to ever live. He also claimed to have achieved sinless perfection to the point that he even no longer sinned in his dreams. I'd love to talk to him.
7. Robert Edward Lee = Christian, Virginian, General, and perhaps the greatest man of character America has ever produced. There was not a single person who knew him, including his enemies in battle, who ever spoke a bad word about him (except during the war for Southern Independence when evil and corrupt politicians of the North were accusing all the South as being traitors for having left the corrupt US union, a thing REL didn't even support, but followed his State which had a referendum vote to leave the union and it passed with by over 85%. Southerns back then viewed their State as their country and not the united States, which is how it was. I still look at things this way because I know History and time doesn't change truth nor do victors in war). There was an English journalist and historian (forget his name now) who went to Virginia to meet and study Robert E. Lee and said he examined his character and life with a fine tooth comb looking to see if he could find anything negative or off about him, and said "I found nothing". To this day he's known as one of the greatest military generals ever, though, there are a lot of modern day liars writing books seeking to ruin his name. God have mercy on them.
8. The Apostle John - Wrote the book of Revelation (the last book in the Bible) and the only Apostle of Christ to not be put to death.
9. The Apostle Paul - The man who started off killing Christians, and then became one, and did more than anyone else to spread Christianity in the Pagan world. He traveled for decades for this one purpose. He suffered such horrific things for Christs' sake. He spent years in prison, was in 3 shipwrecks, was stoned and thought dead and left in the desert, was beaten, and constantly on the run from those who wanted to kill him. it's crazy what that man endured to spread the message of Christ to the world. People who complain today are so weak. Paul wrote "with food and clothing, let us be content." He never complained about the suffering he went through, and boasted in his letters that it only made him stronger and brought him closer to God. Atheist have no clue what they are missing out on. It's so incredible.
10. Muhammad - The prophet of Islam. I'm not Muslim, but it would be fascinating to meet the man who founded the biggest religion on earth. I'd like to know what he was really like.
I could actually name hundreds of men and even some women I'd love to of met. One day, when I die, I know I'll be seeing some. :) I can't judge who will be in the Kingdom to come, only God knows this.