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Previous Challenge Entry (Level 1 – Beginner)
Topic: The Game of Life (09/11/08)

TITLE: We Roll The Dice
By Ken Ebright
09/15/08


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In life we have no guarantees or assurances. In life we take risks or take a gamble

We roll the dice in childhood when we meet new friends. They may like us or reject us.

We roll the dice when we study for a test. We may pass or we may fail

We roll the dice when we interview for that first job. We may get the job or we may get passed up.

We roll the dice when we lock the door at our home in the morning. We may get robbed or not robbed

We roll the dice when we start our car in the morning. It may start or it may break down by evening.

We roll the dice when we pull out of the driveway at sunrise. We may get in a accident or not get into an accident by sunset.

We roll the dice when we go to work. We may get fired or we may get a promotion.

We roll the dice when we go to bed. Our home could burn down or not burn down.

We roll the dice if we are not saved when we go to bed at night. If we die we could meet Jesus or we could meet Satan

We roll the dice in the game of life


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Allison Egley 09/20/08
A good illustration of the uncertainties of life.

I'd maybe have varied the beginning of the sentences a bit. Repetition can be good, but you can also achieve repetition with concepts rather than the words.

I was waiting for a spiritual tie in, and you got it in at the end. God job.
Yvonne Blake 09/20/08
Very creative, although I'm not sure I agree with all of them. Salvation not a matter of chance. We can be sure of eternal life. I'm glad I can rest in that thought.