Sample Biblical Worldview

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Tammy Vazquez
Professor Hannah Ellenburg
THEO 104-B45 LUO
6 March 2017
Biblical Worldview Essay
Doctrine is the foundation on which faith is built. Belief in doctrine means that I know that everything created by God is sacred and is necessary in establishing my biblical truth. That belief in Christ means that I know Him, what He has done, and what He has promised. It is also important for me to know and live my own biblical truth of who I am and what I believe as it will determine where I spend eternity. If I follow and believe in the Christian doctrine, the Christ in me will be developed in such a way that my works will be pleasing to Him. 1 Timothy 4:16 (KJV) speaks to this, “Take heed unto thyself, and unto the doctrine; continue in
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If I am to believe that “whatsoever ye do, do it heartily, as to the Lord, and not unto men,” Colossians 3:23 (KJV), then the work I do is an essential part of my participation in Christ himself. Over seventeen years ago, I was led to homeschool my children using a Christian-based curriculum. I have put all of my energy and love into doing so while continuing to work diligently and tirelessly to meet the needs of my family and home; volunteering as much of my time to my church and community as possible The experience of homeschooling my children has given me the opportunity to contribute to sanctification. In sharing and living out my faith with them, I know God even more and have a deeper understanding of His Word. It is my desire to continue to be a living sacrifice to God knowing that I will only be perfected upon His return. Now that my children are getting older and my role in their life is changing, so has my calling. Through prayer and reflection, I have been guided to return to college and pursue a degree in healthcare …show more content…
A key component of good leadership is effective communication. It is my desire to communicate in a way that honors God’s will. I must endeavor to see Christ in everyone, especially in those people and situations where it is most difficult to find Him. Staying connected to God, asking for insight and wisdom, spending time in meditation, reading the Bible, and having fellowship often with other that share my Christian faith, will keep me focused and better able to handle these challenges. I am thoroughly committed in continuing to follow God’s will in everything I do. The apostle Paul spoke that Christians should do all their work as unto the Lord. Leading healthcare workers requires that every task I do in service to Him will help to strengthen and create a stronger work ethic. Genesis 1:28 (KJV) says, “And God blessed them; and God said to them, ‘Be fruitful and multiply; and fill the earth, and subdue it; and rule over the fish of the sea, and the birds of the sky, and over every living thing that moves on the earth.” God created us in His image and gave us authority over His creation. My vocation will play a necessary part and be the way in which I participate in God’s plan for this world. This will also allow a way for me to provide for and be of service to my family, church,

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