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9th Jun '18 10:50:20 AM costanton11
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Tip: Read chapter 11 of the letter to the Hebrews for an {{In-Universe}} list of historical [=CMOAs=].

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Tip: Read chapter 11 of the letter to the Hebrews for an {{In-Universe}} InUniverse list of historical [=CMOAs=].
22nd May '18 10:24:47 AM Tarbtano
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* Aaron turns his staff into a large reptile [[labelnote:]] The word used for what the staff turned into is ambiguous and refers to several different animals, but another verse implies that it was most likely referring to a crocodile in this instance, not a snake.[[/labelnote]]. The Egyptian priests do the same, but Aaron's cobra or crocodile eats up all of the others in a CurbStompBattle to show Moses and Aaron's God is stronger than what Egyptian priests draw power from.

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* Aaron turns his staff into a large reptile [[labelnote:]] [[labelnote: (see here)]] The word used for what the staff turned into is ambiguous and refers to several different animals, but another verse implies that it was most likely referring to a crocodile in this instance, not a snake.[[/labelnote]]. The Egyptian priests do the same, but Aaron's cobra or crocodile eats up all of the others in a CurbStompBattle to show Moses and Aaron's God is stronger than what Egyptian priests draw power from.
22nd May '18 10:23:44 AM Tarbtano
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* Aaron turns his staff into a snake. The Egyptian priests do the same, but his crocodile eats up all of the others. [[labelnote:*]] The word used for what the staff turned into is ambiguous and refers to several different animals, but another verse implies that it was most likely referring to a crocodile in this instance, not a snake.[[/labelnote]]

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* Aaron turns his staff into a snake. The Egyptian priests do the same, but his crocodile eats up all of the others. [[labelnote:*]] large reptile [[labelnote:]] The word used for what the staff turned into is ambiguous and refers to several different animals, but another verse implies that it was most likely referring to a crocodile in this instance, not a snake.[[/labelnote]][[/labelnote]]. The Egyptian priests do the same, but Aaron's cobra or crocodile eats up all of the others in a CurbStompBattle to show Moses and Aaron's God is stronger than what Egyptian priests draw power from.
15th May '18 10:02:46 AM WaxingName
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* Every time Jesus knocks [[CorruptChurch The Pharisees]] down a peg when they try to incriminate or discredit Him. What's more impressive is that He never uses His divine abilities to make a point to them, only relying on his knowledge of the Law of Moses or his wits.

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* Every time Jesus knocks [[CorruptChurch The Pharisees]] down a peg when they try to incriminate or discredit Him. What's more impressive is that He never uses His divine abilities to make a point to them, only relying on his His knowledge of the Law of Moses or his His wits.
15th May '18 9:50:02 AM WaxingName
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* [[spoiler:He gets better]]. It's a Moment of Awesome, SugarWiki/HeartwarmingMoments and a TearJerker, all at the same time. Of course, he had plenty before that:
** Ever want to know what the Son of God is like when [[UnstoppableRage you thoroughly piss Him off]]? Turn one of His Father's temples into a financial bazaar.
*** This one also becomes a SugarWiki/HeartwarmingMoments when you realize just why he was so ticked: The moneylenders had set up shop in the Court of the Gentiles, where non-Jews were supposed to be able to go to learn about God. His anger wasn't just for the Temple itself, but for the sake of those who might be seeking God regardless of their nationality, which is why he quotes Isaiah, "It is written, 'My house will be called a house of prayer for all nations . . .'"

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* [[spoiler:He He gets better]].better. It's a Moment of Awesome, SugarWiki/HeartwarmingMoments and a TearJerker, all at the same time. Of course, he had plenty before that:
** Ever want to know what the Son of God is like when [[UnstoppableRage you thoroughly piss Him off]]? Turn one of His Father's temples into a financial bazaar.
*** This one also becomes a SugarWiki/HeartwarmingMoments when you realize just why he was so ticked: The moneylenders had set up shop in the Court of the Gentiles, where non-Jews were supposed to be able to go to learn about God. His anger wasn't just for the Temple itself, but for the sake of those who might be seeking God regardless of their nationality, which is why he quotes Isaiah, "It is written, 'My house will be called a house of prayer for all nations . . .'"
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* Ever want to know what the Son of God is like when [[UnstoppableRage you thoroughly piss Him off]]? Turn one of His Father's temples into a financial bazaar.
** This one also becomes a SugarWiki/HeartwarmingMoments when you realize just why he was so ticked: The moneylenders had set up shop in the Court of the Gentiles, where non-Jews were supposed to be able to go to learn about God. His anger wasn't just for the Temple itself, but for the sake of those who might be seeking God regardless of their nationality, which is why he quotes Isaiah, "It is written, 'My house will be called a house of prayer for all nations . . .'"
* Every time Jesus knocks [[CorruptChurch The Pharisees]] down a peg when they try to incriminate or discredit Him. What's more impressive is that He never uses His divine abilities to make a point to them, only relying on his knowledge of the Law of Moses or his wits.



** Any time somebody gets raised from the dead counts, but when it's a little girl...
** Moments before, a lady with chronic bleeding healed herself merely by touching Jesus' clothing -- and He realized at once that someone had done it. Interesting note: she had been bleeding for the same years as the girl's life (12 years).
** A Roman centurion begs Jesus via messenger to heal his sick servant, humbly claiming to be unworthy of the Messiah's personal attention and confiding that Jesus' mere word will be sufficient. Impressed, Jesus does indeed say the word, and lo, it sufficeth mightily.
*** The account also says "Jesus was amazed" at the centurion's faith. Yeah, you read that right. ''Jesus'' was ''amazed.'' You have to know someone has a lot of faith when it ''amazes'' the Son of God, making this a CMOA for the unnamed centurion too.
** Jesus once told a storm to shut up and let him sleep. It listened.
*** One thing to note, he was sleeping peacefully through it until his disciples woke him up to tell him they wouldn't survive it. If they didn't he would have probably slept through it, storms are nothing to the Son of God.
** That whole "turn the other cheek" thing? It's a lot more badass that it sounds. "Backhanding" someone[[note]] (striking a person across the face with the back of the hand)[[/note]] was used in that day and age to humiliate and devalue ones' inferiors--to "put them in their place", so to speak. Because using the left hand was socially taboo, the right hand was always used for this purpose. Thus, if the person who had just been backhanded turned his head so that the opposite cheek faced his opponent, the aggressor would be forced to hit him with the front of his hand, or his fist...the way that '''only equals''' fought. It told the person abusing you, "I am a human being, and I ''refuse'' to be treated as your inferior--and if you're going to continue beating me, you '''''will''''' acknowledge that."
** Also, Jesus once encountered a man possessed by multiple demons. The demon-possessed man was bawling his eyes out, begging for mercy. They claimed to be "Legion". A roman legion is 5000 soldiers, and demons in the Bible are terrifying {{Eldritch Abomination}}s. They were afraid of ''him''.
** John 18:1-9. Judas gets a "band of soldiers" (estimated by Biblical scholars to be around 200) to arrest one guy. Jesus asks them who they seek, and they say "Jesus of Nazareth." Jesus says "[[AGodAmI I am]]" [[note]]The Hebrew word in question would've just been "hayahi," not the Tetragramaton, but that's lost in translation. Of course, Jesus didn't speak Hebrew, but rather Aramaic (a related but different language) and was recorded in Greek. The term used in the Gospels would be "Ego Eimei", which is an almost direct Greek translation[[/note]] and the soldiers fall to the ground. Oh, and he does this to them twice. Clearly showing that he could have pwned all of them if he wanted to. What makes it even better? YHWH (pronounced "Yahweh"), which is how God identifies Himself to Moses, can be literally translated to mean "I am".
*** Picture the setting: the soldiers come into the garden at midnight, lit only by the full moon, expecting a rebellion. They come across a guy standing calmly in the middle of the grove, whom their agent identifies by a kiss. The guy calmly looks at them and asks who they're looking for. When they say, "Jesus of Nazareth", he lightly says, "That's me". They jump back, freaked out, because they're convinced that they must've just walked into a trap if he is so calm about the situation.
*** This double meaning shows up multiple times in John's gospel, almost always followed by the Pharisees getting even more pissed at Jesus.
*** Peter, rather understandably, tries to come to Jesus' aid when he's arrested by drawing a sword and slashing the nearest enemy. Jesus berates him, picks up the guy's ear, and heals it back on before going with the soldiers of his own accord.
*** The Apostles see him with the spirits of Moses and Elijah. They described him as glowing white with otherworldly energy like he was a [[Anime/DragonBallZ super saiyan]] or something.
*** Wait, does that mean [[WildMassGuessing Toriyama got this fromů???]]
** Another one of Jesus' most awesome responses to His enemies comes in Luke 20:1-8:

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** Any time somebody gets raised from the dead counts, but when it's a little girl...
** Moments before, a lady with chronic bleeding healed herself merely by touching Jesus' clothing -- and He realized at once that someone had done it. Interesting note: she had been bleeding for the same years as the girl's life (12 years).
** A Roman centurion begs Jesus via messenger to heal his sick servant, humbly claiming to be unworthy of the Messiah's personal attention and confiding that Jesus' mere word will be sufficient. Impressed, Jesus does indeed say the word, and lo, it sufficeth mightily.
*** The account also says "Jesus was amazed" at the centurion's faith. Yeah, you read that right. ''Jesus'' was ''amazed.'' You have to know someone has a lot of faith when it ''amazes'' the Son of God, making this a CMOA for the unnamed centurion too.
** Jesus once told a storm to shut up and let him sleep. It listened.
*** One thing to note, he was sleeping peacefully through it until his disciples woke him up to tell him they wouldn't survive it. If they didn't he would have probably slept through it, storms are nothing to the Son of God.
** That whole "turn the other cheek" thing? It's a lot more badass that it sounds. "Backhanding" someone[[note]] (striking a person across the face with the back of the hand)[[/note]] was used in that day and age to humiliate and devalue ones' inferiors--to "put them in their place", so to speak. Because using the left hand was socially taboo, the right hand was always used for this purpose. Thus, if the person who had just been backhanded turned his head so that the opposite cheek faced his opponent, the aggressor would be forced to hit him with the front of his hand, or his fist...the way that '''only equals''' fought. It told the person abusing you, "I am a human being, and I ''refuse'' to be treated as your inferior--and if you're going to continue beating me, you '''''will''''' acknowledge that."
** Also, Jesus once encountered a man possessed by multiple demons. The demon-possessed man was bawling his eyes out, begging for mercy. They claimed to be "Legion". A roman legion is 5000 soldiers, and demons in the Bible are terrifying {{Eldritch Abomination}}s. They were afraid of ''him''.
** John 18:1-9. Judas gets a "band of soldiers" (estimated by Biblical scholars to be around 200) to arrest one guy. Jesus asks them who they seek, and they say "Jesus of Nazareth." Jesus says "[[AGodAmI I am]]" [[note]]The Hebrew word in question would've just been "hayahi," not the Tetragramaton, but that's lost in translation. Of course, Jesus didn't speak Hebrew, but rather Aramaic (a related but different language) and was recorded in Greek. The term used in the Gospels would be "Ego Eimei", which is an almost direct Greek translation[[/note]] and the soldiers fall to the ground. Oh, and he does this to them twice. Clearly showing that he could have pwned all of them if he wanted to. What makes it even better? YHWH (pronounced "Yahweh"), which is how God identifies Himself to Moses, can be literally translated to mean "I am".
*** Picture the setting: the soldiers come into the garden at midnight, lit only by the full moon, expecting a rebellion. They come across a guy standing calmly in the middle of the grove, whom their agent identifies by a kiss. The guy calmly looks at them and asks who they're looking for. When they say, "Jesus of Nazareth", he lightly says, "That's me". They jump back, freaked out, because they're convinced that they must've just walked into a trap if he is so calm about the situation.
*** This double meaning shows up multiple times in John's gospel, almost always followed by the Pharisees getting even more pissed at Jesus.
*** Peter, rather understandably, tries to come to Jesus' aid when he's arrested by drawing a sword and slashing the nearest enemy. Jesus berates him, picks up the guy's ear, and heals it back on before going with the soldiers of his own accord.
*** The Apostles see him with the spirits of Moses and Elijah. They described him as glowing white with otherworldly energy like he was a [[Anime/DragonBallZ super saiyan]] or something.
*** Wait, does that mean [[WildMassGuessing Toriyama got this fromů???]]
** Another one of Jesus' most awesome responses to His enemies the Pharisees comes in Luke 20:1-8:



** Jesus is crucified between two criminals. One of them, [[ItsAllAboutMe full of bitterness and refusing to admit he has done anything wrong]], insults Jesus and demands that He save all three of them. The other one, [[DeathEqualsRedemption who knows he's done bad things and is getting what he deserves]], simply asks Jesus to remember him. Jesus' response to the second criminal: "Today, you will be with me in paradise."
* There is also the moment when the Pharisees tried to trap Jesus in the ultimate rhetorical no-win situation of the day: by asking him if the Jews should pay taxes to the Romans or not. If Jesus said "yes," the crowd would surely turn against him for supporting their occupiers; if he said "no," he would surely be arrested for treason by the Romans. Against all odds, Jesus finds a way to TakeAThirdOption. He acquires a Roman coin and asks the Pharisees whose face is on it. When the Pharisees respond "Caesar's", Jesus simple states, "Render unto Caesar the things that are Caesar's, and unto God the things that are God's." Thus, Jesus was able to answer the basic question without taking a position and the Pharisees left impressed at how he wiggled out of the trap.
** This story also has another meaning: since the coin was made in Caesar's image, it belongs to him. So [[FridgeBrilliance in whose image is man made in]]?
** There is also another detail to that exchange: they were in the temple and nobody could use pagan money (i.e.: Roman money) in the temple (hence why there were moneychangers in the temple, so people could exchange their Roman coins for temple-approved ones to use for offerings). Even before [[TakeAThirdOption taking the aforementioned third option]], Jesus showed everyone that the guys who prided themselves on following the Hebrew law to the letter were bringing pagan money onto sacred ground.
* An understated one, and one that is most relevant today with the commercialism of the church and religion. Jesus comes in to a temple to see it taken over by markets and peddlers, trying to use Him and market His image, and He goes into a rage, flipping tables, releasing animals and pushing the snake oils salesmen and ancient TV evangelists out. [[IncrediblyLamePun Hell]] yeah Jesus.

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** Jesus is crucified between two criminals. One of them, [[ItsAllAboutMe full of bitterness and refusing to admit he has done anything wrong]], insults Jesus and demands that He save all three of them. The other one, [[DeathEqualsRedemption who knows he's done bad things and is getting what he deserves]], simply asks Jesus to remember him. Jesus' response to the second criminal: "Today, you will be with me in paradise."
*
There is also the moment when the Pharisees tried to trap Jesus in the ultimate rhetorical no-win situation of the day: by asking him if the Jews should pay taxes to the Romans or not. If Jesus said "yes," the crowd would surely turn against him for supporting their occupiers; if he said "no," he would surely be arrested for treason by the Romans. Against all odds, Jesus finds a way to TakeAThirdOption. He acquires a Roman coin and asks the Pharisees whose face is on it. When the Pharisees respond "Caesar's", Jesus simple states, "Render unto Caesar the things that are Caesar's, and unto God the things that are God's." Thus, Jesus was able to answer the basic question without taking a position and the Pharisees left impressed at how he wiggled out of the trap.
** *** This story also has another meaning: since the coin was made in Caesar's image, it belongs to him. So [[FridgeBrilliance in whose image is man made in]]?
** *** There is also another detail to that exchange: they were in the temple and nobody could use pagan money (i.e.: Roman money) in the temple (hence why there were moneychangers in the temple, so people could exchange their Roman coins for temple-approved ones to use for offerings). Even before [[TakeAThirdOption taking the aforementioned third option]], Jesus showed everyone that the guys who prided themselves on following the Hebrew law to the letter were bringing pagan money onto sacred ground.
* An understated one, Any time somebody gets raised from the dead counts, but when it's a little girl...
* Moments before, a lady with chronic bleeding healed herself merely by touching Jesus' clothing --
and one He realized at once that is most relevant today someone had done it. Interesting note: she had been bleeding for the same years as the girl's life (12 years).
* A Roman centurion begs Jesus via messenger to heal his sick servant, humbly claiming to be unworthy of the Messiah's personal attention and confiding that Jesus' mere word will be sufficient. Impressed, Jesus does indeed say the word, and lo, it sufficeth mightily.
** The account also says "Jesus was amazed" at the centurion's faith. Yeah, you read that right. ''Jesus'' was ''amazed.'' You have to know someone has a lot of faith when it ''amazes'' the Son of God, making this a CMOA for the unnamed centurion too.
* Jesus once told a storm to shut up and let him sleep. It listened.
** One thing to note, he was sleeping peacefully through it until his disciples woke him up to tell him they wouldn't survive it. If they didn't he would have probably slept through it, storms are nothing to the Son of God.
* That whole "turn the other cheek" thing? It's a lot more badass that it sounds. "Backhanding" someone[[note]] (striking a person across the face
with the commercialism back of the church hand)[[/note]] was used in that day and religion. age to humiliate and devalue ones' inferiors--to "put them in their place", so to speak. Because using the left hand was socially taboo, the right hand was always used for this purpose. Thus, if the person who had just been backhanded turned his head so that the opposite cheek faced his opponent, the aggressor would be forced to hit him with the front of his hand, or his fist...the way that '''only equals''' fought. It told the person abusing you, "I am a human being, and I ''refuse'' to be treated as your inferior--and if you're going to continue beating me, you '''''will''''' acknowledge that."
* Also,
Jesus comes in once encountered a man possessed by multiple demons. The demon-possessed man was bawling his eyes out, begging for mercy. They claimed to a temple to see it taken over by markets be "Legion". A roman legion is 5000 soldiers, and peddlers, trying demons in the Bible are terrifying {{Eldritch Abomination}}s. They were afraid of ''him''.
* John 18:1-9. Judas gets a "band of soldiers" (estimated by Biblical scholars
to use Him be around 200) to arrest one guy. Jesus asks them who they seek, and market His image, they say "Jesus of Nazareth." Jesus says "[[AGodAmI I am]]" [[note]]The Hebrew word in question would've just been "hayahi," not the Tetragramaton, but that's lost in translation. Of course, Jesus didn't speak Hebrew, but rather Aramaic (a related but different language) and He goes was recorded in Greek. The term used in the Gospels would be "Ego Eimei", which is an almost direct Greek translation[[/note]] and the soldiers fall to the ground. Oh, and he does this to them twice. Clearly showing that he could have pwned all of them if he wanted to. What makes it even better? YHWH (pronounced "Yahweh"), which is how God identifies Himself to Moses, can be literally translated to mean "I am".
** Picture the setting: the soldiers come into the garden at midnight, lit only by the full moon, expecting a rebellion. They come across a guy standing calmly in the middle of the grove, whom their agent identifies by a kiss. The guy calmly looks at them and asks who they're looking for. When they say, "Jesus of Nazareth", he lightly says, "That's me". They jump back, freaked out, because they're convinced that they must've just walked
into a rage, flipping tables, releasing animals trap if he is so calm about the situation.
** This double meaning shows up multiple times in John's gospel, almost always followed by the Pharisees getting even more pissed at Jesus.
** Peter, rather understandably, tries to come to Jesus' aid when he's arrested by drawing a sword
and pushing slashing the snake oils salesmen nearest enemy. Jesus berates him, picks up the guy's ear, and ancient TV evangelists out. [[IncrediblyLamePun Hell]] yeah Jesus.heals it back on before going with the soldiers of his own accord.
* The Apostles see him with the spirits of Moses and Elijah. They described him as glowing white with otherworldly energy like he was a [[Anime/DragonBallZ super saiyan]] or something.
** Wait, does that mean [[WildMassGuessing Toriyama got this fromů???]]
* Jesus is crucified between two criminals. One of them, [[ItsAllAboutMe full of bitterness and refusing to admit he has done anything wrong]], insults Jesus and demands that He save all three of them. The other one, [[DeathEqualsRedemption who knows he's done bad things and is getting what he deserves]], simply asks Jesus to remember him. Jesus' response to the second criminal: "Today, you will be with me in paradise."
10th Sep '17 3:26:07 PM tsstevens
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* An understated one, and one that is most relevant today with the commercialism of the church and religion. Jesus comes in to a temple to see it taken over by markets and peddlers, trying to use Him and market His image, and He goes into a rage, flipping tables, releasing animals and pushing the snake oils salesmen and ancient TV evangelists out. [[IncrediblyLamePun Hell]] yeah Jesus.
14th Jan '17 5:50:56 PM tommy1138
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** One of those guys, Lot, has his own that ''very'' few lay people know about, but it'll take some explaining first. It really ought to be obvious to those who read the account that God gave the men of Sodom the dinosaur treatment not for being gay, but for being ''gang rapists''. As everyone knows, rapists do what they do to establish themselves as the more powerful individual ("I'm top dog, and you're my b*itch"), which they tend to attempt immediately with any "new guys on the block," be they new inmates, or travelers who've just arrived at their city. So when these guys saw that there were two such people (who unbeknownst to them were actually angels) at Lot's house, they banged on his door demanding to be let in. Lot responded with "No, my fellows, do not do this, here take my daughters instead." Now, Lot's daughters were unmarried at that point, which in that culture meant they couldn't be older than ''thirteen''. So all in all, This was the equivalent to the men of Sodom demanding to get to fight Chuck Norris, only for Lot to tell them "Nah, you don't wanna do that, here, Fight these two ''prepubescent girls'' instead, they're more your speed."

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** One of those guys, Lot, has his own that ''very'' few lay people know about, but it'll take some explaining first. It really ought to be obvious to those who read the account that God gave the men of Sodom the dinosaur treatment not for being gay, but for being ''gang rapists''. As everyone knows, rapists do what they do to establish themselves as the more powerful individual ("I'm top dog, and you're my b*itch"), which they tend to attempt immediately with any "new guys on the block," be they new inmates, or travelers who've just arrived at their city. So when these guys saw that there were two such people (who unbeknownst to them were actually angels) at Lot's house, they banged on his door demanding to be let in. Lot responded with "No, my fellows, do not do this, here take my daughters instead." Now, Lot's daughters were unmarried at that point, which in that culture meant they couldn't be older than ''thirteen''. So all in all, This was the equivalent to the men of Sodom demanding to get to fight Chuck Norris, only for Lot to tell them "Nah, you don't wanna do that, here, Fight these two ''prepubescent girls'' instead, they're more your speed."
10th Jan '17 12:33:28 AM unwell619
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*** One thing to note, he was sleeping peacefully through it until his disciples woke him up to tell him they wouldn't survive it. If they didn't he would have probably slept through it, storms are nothing to the Son of God.
23rd Nov '16 11:03:20 PM skadooshbag
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**One of those guys, Lot, has his own that ''very'' few lay people know about, but it'll take some explaining first. It really ought to be obvious to those who read the account that God gave the men of Sodom the dinosaur treatment not for being gay, but for being ''gang rapists''. As everyone knows, rapists do what they do to establish themselves as the more powerful individual ("I'm top dog, and you're my b*itch"), which they tend to attempt immediately with any "new guys on the block," be they new inmates, or travelers who've just arrived at their city. So when these guys saw that there were two such people (who unbeknownst to them were actually angels) at Lot's house, they banged on his door demanding to be let in. Lot responded with "No, my fellows, do not do this, here take my daughters instead." Now, Lot's daughters were unmarried at that point, which in that culture meant they couldn't be older than ''thirteen''. So all in all, This was the equivalent to the men of Sodom demanding to get to fight Chuck Norris, only for Lot to tell them "Nah, you don't wanna do that, here, Fight these two ''prepubescent girls'' instead, they're more your speed."
20th Nov '16 1:40:50 PM normal19
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* Ehud, [[FanNickname God's]] {{Ninja}} and soon-to-be Judge of Israel, is sent to deliver tax money to the oppressive King Eglon of Moab. When he arrives, he delivers the money and sends his assistants home. He then announces that he has a secret message for the king, so Eglon sends all of his servants away. When the two of them are alone, he says [[PreAssKickingOneLiner I have a message for you from God!]] and then stabs Eglon. He then escapes by simply walking out the door and locking it behind him.

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* Ehud, [[FanNickname God's]] {{Ninja}} and soon-to-be Judge of Israel, is sent to deliver tax money to the oppressive King Eglon of Moab. When he arrives, he delivers the money and sends his assistants home. He then announces that he has a secret message for the king, so Eglon sends all of his servants away. When the two of them are alone, he says [[PreAssKickingOneLiner [[PreMortemOneLiner I have a message for you from God!]] and then stabs Eglon. He then escapes by simply walking out the door and locking it behind him.
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