Analyzing Randy Pausch's 'The Last Lecture'

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Always Remembering Does God judge people for who they are, or is God’s only duty is to save the world? In the Gospel of John, he states that God does judge people. John: 22-27 says, “For the Father judgeth no man, but hath committed all judgment unto the Son. The Father hath given him authority to execute judgment.” In another verse that we read God does not judge people for who they are, but came to this world to save the firm believers. In John 12: 47 we read, “And if any man hear my words, and believe not, I judge him not: for I came not to judge the world, but to save the world.” Therefore in my paper I’ll explore if God judges people of their personality, character, and reputation, or if God’s duty is to save the world. Your…show more content…
This man is amazing on how he perceives life, and how his life was changed forever by a devastating cancer. Randy was a father of three young kids, married to a very understanding and loving wife, Jay, and a professor at Central Michigan University. His future was set in front of him, until he took a trip to the doctor that changed his life. Randy was diagnosed with pancreatic cancer that was going to take his life in a couple of months. Most people would sit at home and complain and cry about it. Yet, Randy took a different approach to the problem, and established a reputation that affected many people’s lives. His reputation grew because his character didn’t stop; he kept doing what he was doing in his everyday life. Randy lectured in his class still, he still prayed every day, he played with his kids more, and he did everything else he normally does. He enjoyed every second of life he was given and appreciated it like it was his last day, hour, minute and second. His appreciation for life gave Randy his reputation that will always be remembered, and I believe God chose Randy to spread God’s message of not taking life for

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