The Principle Morality In The Life Of Christianity

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The Principle beliefs of Christianity are significant in the lives of adherents as they shaped the ethics and morals for these adherents. These beliefs have created the way that the adherent live their lives and how they celebrate their faith. Jesus is both human and divine, and the death and resurrection of Jesus Christ have provided ways that Christians can put their full love and trust into God. The nature of God and the Trinity, Revelation and Salvation provide ways for Christians live their life through God.

The principal belief that Jesus is both human and divine is where christians can gain strength from Jesus suffering and being challenged in the same way that humans are.This becomes clear in the scripture where John says the word
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After Jesus was baptized by John the Baptist, Jesus then fasted for forty days and nights in the Judaean Desert. Throughout the duration of this journey Jesus was constantly hassled by Satan trying tempt Jesus into using his “powers”. Satan tried to convince Jesus to make bread out of stones to relieve his own hunger and jump from a pinnacle and rely on angels to break his fall, Satan was trying to break Jesus by offering things that would make him question why he his doing this for God. Jesus never gave into those offerings, showing that he had an overwhelming belief in God. This for adherents shows them that they can overcome adversity and challenges in their lives as well by maintaining their beliefs and commitment to …show more content…
Most obvious is the moral and spiritual nature found within mankind that reflects the characterization of God. Paul says that “even the law is written on the hearts of people who do not have the specially revealed law”. (Romans 2:11-16).

God is revealed to us to in the mass as the body and blood of christ and through the gospel. Christians must adhere to the teachings of the Gospel and those in authority who guide us with these teachings. He is also revealed to us in ways from unexpected help from others, being kind to others and listening to what he has to say. God can also be revealed when being quiet and listening to the voice that is within us.

Christians must show faith and commitment towards God to be granted salvation. Christians are saved through their faith by hearing the gospel and believing fully in God. They must be also be committed to helping others in need. “The deliverance, by the grace of God, from eternal punishment for sin which is granted to those who accept by faith God’s conditions of repentance and faith in the Lord Jesus.” “Salvation is available in Jesus alone” (John 14:6; Acts 4:12) and is dependent on God alone. Scripture is clear that salvation is the gracious, undeserved gift of God (Ephesians 2:5, 8) and is only available through faith in Jesus Christ (Acts 4:12). Christians agree with both Calvinists and Arminians that everyone is born

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