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One of the most important values to me is to love the Lord with all my heart and be obedience to his word (Mark 12:29-30). To continue with teaching and being an excellence Pastor for this is one of the gifts that the Lord has bestowed on me. I believe that Christ had given us the characteristic of God values when he gave us the Beatitudes. Matthew 5: 1-14, these are the qualities that I strive for in my everyday walk.
I believe that when we become a Christian our personal values are based on God values for we no longer belong to ourselves but to fulfill the work of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. We are changing our ideas and our mindset so now we value God above anything or anyone and life is wonderful. Christian values are based
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The scripture read in Ephesians 5:22 “Wives, submit yourselves unto your own husbands, as unto the Lord” (KJV). I know that in the world, most women have a problem with this scripture for they misunderstand it. I know that being submitted it’s having a husband that is not controlling my life but the two of us working together as one valuing each other as God’s word said. When I show the young ladies in our Church the respect that I have for him and he for me it is an encouragement to them. Also, this helps our daughters to know how to become a godly wife in Jesus Christ and to have a godly husband. We as Christian must be humble for this is a godly value being obedience to God words and walking according to righteousness and holiness for the scripture read Ephesians 4:24-25 “And that ye put on the new man, which after God is created in righteousness and true holiness. 25. Wherefore putting away lying, speaks every man truth with his neighbors: for we are members one of another” (KJV). The best example that we can use to describe humility is ‘Christ’ for the scripture said in Philippians 2:8 “ And being found in fashion as a man, he humbled himself, and became obedient unto death, even the death of the cross” (KJV). So in this life of mine that isn’t anything without Christ, I want my life to be submitted one to another as the scripture read in the Book of Ephesians 5:

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