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    A Reflection of the Minor Prophets Wake Up Children Wake Up Vol. 1 By Lucille WEAVER Wake Up Children, Wake Up Wake Up Children, Wake Up A Reflection of the Minor Prophets Lucille WEAVER Unless otherwise indicated, all Biblical references and Holy Scriptures within this work are derived from: the New King James Version of the Bible; the International Version of the Bible; the World Original King James Version of the Holy Bible; the Good News Today Version of the Bible, Old…

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    The Death and Resurrection of Jesus Christ Jesus is betrayed by a one of his disciples named Judas Iscariot. Judas betrays Jesus with a kiss alerting the legion of soldiers who Jesus was. The eleven disciples of Jesus are angry and confused, but Jesus goes to the cross freely. Before that happens, Peter denies Jesus just as Jesus foretold. Jesus is mocked and beaten and is questioned many times before they nailed him to the cross. Three days later, Jesus rose from the dead, just as he foretold…

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    the fall man was destined for domination which is separation from god. However, God loves his people so much he gave his son as a sacrifice for our sins. Furthermore, the bible gives a storyline that leads to the coming of Jesus, the resurrection of Jesus, and the return of Jesus. Moses the writer of the book of genesis explains how god created the earth. He also explains how man fall out the grace of god because of disobedience. Although Eve was deceived by a serpent in the garden to eat the…

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    Young Life Purpose

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    anything on your mind. Being in middle or high school can make you feel alone even though you are never alone, there is always someone that is in a very similar position as you who can help you or guide you through. My circumstances of committing to Jesus started in 7th grade when I first when to Wyldlife. Before coming I had been going to church almost every Sunday but not caring and not believing what was said. After…

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    God In The Old Testament

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    Jesus led a life of simplicity and encouraged us to look deep into our hearts and examine where our treasures lie. Again and again he exemplifies and confirms that idols are a sin against God as they do not bring all glory to Him . An example of how this…

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    gives us "all we need" according to His riches in glory in Christ Jesus (Philippians 4:19). I thank God for the opportunity to explain in adequate detail my disagreements with certain teachings, basing my theology on what the scriptures actually say and teach, and relying on the Holy Spirit alone to reveal the truth of God 's word. My prayer is that I will not cause dissension or dispute, but that to the glory of God and the praise of Jesus Christ I might win some to reason with the scriptures…

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    We are designed by God to need him and his perfect love. We are made to worship and love Him. God is one person, but He has three separate identities: not three separate beings. The Father, Son and the Holy Spirit are all one who is known as God. Jesus is also God, but we are not able to comprehend because our minds are limited. Unfortunately, mankind’s sin has turned man’s need for God’s love into a lust for the worldly things. God wants to have a personal relationship with humans, but…

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    a curios one who would want to grow on his knowledge about Christ. At the time that Antipas and Luke are writing each other is the time of the early church when Christian faced much persecution. As Antipas grew closer to Luke he learned more about Jesus Christ and the gospel. He also slowing became more e humble and filled himself with humility (157). In this story Antipas is the only dynamic character all the other characters are static. The change in Antipas’ character is him being stuck up…

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    an important aspect of the Christianity that incorporates the ritual, social and mythological dimensions in giving meaning to the suffering of Christ and the unity of those who believe in the crucifixion story. The death, burial and resurrection of Jesus are well known stories within the Christian tradition throughout much of western civilization; the stories are used to explain how humanity’s sin is forgiven through Christ’s suffering. The crucifixion story is an…

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    Water Symbolism in Literature Water is a powerful element that can affect anything. Babies begin in the womb surrounded by a watery substance called amniotic fluid. Water is required for life and is essential in order to function properly. Not to mention, about 70% of a human’s body weight is water. Asside from keeping things alive, it also has the power to cause a catastrophe. Some of these problems include flooding, droughts, tidal waves, or hurricanes. It may seem like water can be controlled…

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