One of Us Critic Paper

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Performance Task in English IVSubmitted by:Angela Marie Janel B. PascuaIV – St. Vicenta Submitted to: Tchr. Rochelle B. Galang English IV Teacher|

The song “What If God Was One of Us” by Joan Osborne is said as one of the greatest songs back then. It obviously talks about God our Father who created us in His own image and likeness, whom stays with us, and never fails us.

Its purpose is to open our blocked minds, and to make us feel that we have our Creator who is loving and waiting for us to come with Him. Because nowadays, people are getting busier, and timeless for they are too focused in their work and in their own life. Actually, they are too busy doing nothing. They’re lacking out of time for God. People are being selfish, forgetting about the things that they have to thank for. This song wants us to think deeper in our hearts, and to realize something about our faith and trust in Him. It tells us different aspects of belief in God by asking us and makes us consider how we can relate to Him.

We all know that God is one of us. During our everyday life, He is with us through thick and thin. He may be a stranger or one of those people who live in streets, living without food to eat; an...
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