The Chosen Ones

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  • Pass The Ball: A Narrative Fiction

    Anything that comes in can’t get out unless the chosen one finds another locked door down this hallway and unlocks it,” said the door. Jimmy and Jamie went off in search of the other locked door. They went a long way down checking both sides of the hallway searching for the right door. Before they new it, they were back to the starting point, even though they didn’t know how, since they hadn’t turned around. There they found a door that was locked, so Jimmy quickly grabbed the key, put it in the slot, and turned the key. The door unlocked and swung open. Everyone was freed at last. When Jimmy and Jamie walked out, without Jimmy saying a thing, Jamie knew exactly what he was thinking, and it has been that way ever since. She could read his mind, but she not anyone else 's mind. “Wait what…

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  • The Chosen One By J. K Rowling Analysis

    Otherness is the separation by society through different lenses to stand out and be alienated. Many argue that Harry Potter as a series dwells deep in the topic of otherness; Harry is often seen as an “other” in many aspects: he is unsure as a wizard, becomes a hero, and is “The Chosen One.” In Marion Rana’s essay, “‘The less you lot have ter do with these foreigners, the happier yeh’ll be’: Cultural and National Otherness in J.K. Rowling’s Harry Potter series”, Rena argues that despite the…

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  • Who Is Jindrich Lion's Identity?

    The Israelites, upon their exodus from Egypt, were chosen by God because of their weakened physical state. They had no identity, home, or religious bodies to look towards. Because of this, God believed the Israelites would be the perfect fit to start a new religion as they would be in need of an identity and a figure to put their faith into. However, Jindrich Lion never lost his identity. He was always a strong individual whose identity lied in his interests, not necessarily his religion or…

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  • The Influence Of Survey Of The Biblical Doctrine Of Creation

    astounding effect on my vocational choice. Survey of the Biblical doctrine of Creation The Bible was under the influence of divine inspiration, and it contains the words of God. Thus, the text told mankind one of the most important stories: the story of Creation. Genesis 1 described the first six days where God created everything from nothing. All creatures were created by God, and…

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  • Saul And David Analysis

    God imparts a lesson on rulers both secular and theocratic by allowing the people of Israel to defy His wishes that He would be their only God and leader. God allows them to be led by a king, albeit one whose appointment comes with His approval. God conveys a lesson in the books of Samuel, to all rulers that can be seen through a close comparison of the two kings He chooses, Saul and David. The decisions, motivations, and experiences had by these kings show significant differences and the…

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  • Personal Narrative: Gideon's Life

    Just as God elected the Israelites, He has also elected me to be one of His children and disciples. I have never considered myself important enough for God’s attention. However, I now realize that God chooses the imperfect people to be his disciples. God chose people such as Abraham, Jacob, and Gideon to carry out his will and be influential characters in ancient times. God has also chosen me to carry out his will and to influence the people in my life. Gideon was a young man who freed the…

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  • The Four Identities In The Book Of Exodus

    Each of these themes demonstrates God’s hand in dealing with the Israelites. With concerning liberation, it is apparent that this one is the most sought after. It was a transformation from one social situation of oppression to freedom . As Egypt’s resistance finally broke due to God, it established that God has absolute supremacy over history, and is the God of truth . As the Israelites moved from Egypt to their own sovereignty, laws where put in place at the meeting of Mount Sinai, where God…

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  • The Lord Is Worthy Of Obedience And Worship Analysis

    out of Egypt, by the hand of God. They resisted and rebelled against God for the last forty years and they are about to go into a land where people worship many other gods. Moses challenges the new generation to be different from their parents and respond to God in obedience and love, and reminds the Israelites of the ten commandments. Reminders of how God moved in our past, is to remember the God who breaks His people free of slavery. Today God does the same work with us. He frees us from…

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  • Moses In Exodus

    God uses certain people to impact many others. After reading the first twenty chapters of Exodus, it is clear that God was still living out his promise to Abraham through Moses. Moses’ lineage traces back to Jacob, Isaac, and Abraham. God placed the infant Israelite, Moses, in Pharaoh’s household, speaks to Moses, uses Moses to free the Israelites and finally taught the Israelites of God’s laws in these chapters. God’s covenant to Abraham included all of Abraham’s decedents taking over the…

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  • God On Trial Analysis

    There is one thinker featured in the chapter that truly embodies the ideals the movie works to portray. The scholar, Baptist Metz’s, idea that we cannot beautify or rationalize the suffering in life describes the plights facing the prisoners in Auschwitz. Within the arguments made by the prisoners, one is the fact that innocent people were being killed because only the most beautiful individuals are worthy sacrifices to God. Yet, this beautification of death is exactly what Metz wants people to…

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