Morpheus was the Simeon of the Matrix (Luke 2:29-32)

 “Lord, now you are letting your servant depart in peace,
according to your word;  
for my eyes have seen your salvation  
that you have prepared in the presence of all peoples,  
a light for revelation to the Gentiles,
and for glory to your people Israel.” - Luke 2:29-32

I don't know if you were a Matrix fan. Most people loved the first one and then saw the next two because they had to (you know the whole rules of society thing) and then were incredibly disappointed. I was in said category.

That said, the first one really was amazing. Today when reading this passage in Luke, I thought, Simeon was the Morpheus of the Bible. Rather, Morpheus was the Simeon of the Matrix. Morpheus was told he would not die until he met the chosen one. Simeon was told he would not die until he met the Christ. The difference is, Morpheus is excited he's found the chosen one, but Simeon was far more so.

Simeon knows the minute he sees Jesus this is the biggest deal of his life. He says "I may now depart in peace because your word has been fulfilled." He knows Jesus is salvation, he knows Jesus will change everything for the Gentiles and bring glory to Israel. He is so happy from this sight that he is willing and ready to die.

That is awesome. What were you like when you first met Jesus? Especially when He had already died for you?
When I meet Him in the morning I want this attitude. Sheer overwhelming joy at having known the Lord's Christ.