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    Biblical Worldview Essay

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    should not treat the people we interact with in a way we would not want to be treated. If we truly have a biblical worldview, we should be trying to live as Christ did. We should be helping the poor and the sick, we should be giving to those in need. Jesus is love, and we should be sharing that love with those around…

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    Augustine of Hippo’s confession best describes religion in my point of view and my aspect of what is religion. Oddly enough his religion is not the same religion that I have an affiliation. I currently attend a Pentecostal Church, however, his words stood out as Christian in form and mindset. Man is indeed one of God’s creatures formed in his own image and many humans do have a natural urge to praise something or someone of a higher calling. People who have not yet found God have a surprisingly…

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    Kamille a servant and confident follower of Jesus Christ, to Paul, apostle of Christ Jesus, through the will of God Grace to you and peace from God our Father and the Lord Jesus Christ. I give thanks to our God for your passion for God and Christ. I am thankful for your vast knowledge and understanding of being in Christ. I am also extremely grateful for your letters that comprise the New Testament. Thank you for your teachings and for your inclusion of the Gentiles in the holy movement, for…

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    do as they were instructed by Jesus to love and serve others as He showed them by His example and His love, but always keeping their hearts and minds on God and things above. The bible is pretty clear about Christians seeking the kingdom of God first, and to walk by faith not by sight. There are many scriptures that discuss God 's grace which was shown by Jesus laying down His own life for His friends, so that the sins of this world would all be covered, and Jesus took our sins, bore our…

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    they made the right decision? Here is my response (first person point of view) to all three questions - Question 1: The Lord Jesus Christ is the absolute authority in establishing the canon. Jesus Christ is the authority over both the Old and New Testament. I joyfully acknowledge His authority because of the natural result of my faith. When Jesus speaks to me I listen to Him: John 10:27,” My sheep hear my voice,…

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    the city to ashes. The city was corrupted with sin, therefore, God wreaked havoc on the city as an example to the nations that this is the repercussion of living an ungodly life. Furthermore, Apostle Peter wants us to understand that the delay in Jesus Christ return should be looked at as an opportunity to live a holy life. The delay is not due to God changing His mind, but the delay is a kind act of love from our Father for more generations to repent and be saved (Gundry, 2012,…

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    and believe the principles of the Trinity Doctrine, nonetheless they place the highest focus on only two parts, God and Jesus Christ. They live a Christian life that is crippled and incapable of reaching its full potential of God’s promised spiritual renewal. Churches teach the doctrine of the Godhead (God, Son, and Spirit), but mistakenly place highest emphasis on God and Jesus Christ. Churches give little instruction on the dynamics of the golden seal of the Holy Spirit. The Biblical context…

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    Being holy is a command by the Lord, he tells us that he is the most holy and that we should be like him. We have to do our best to live holy lives, which is not any easy thing to do because of the world we live in is corrupt. The devil has a strong grip on the majority of this world and he is not letting go any time soon. In this paper I will be talking about how my denomination takes a biblical stand point on holiness, whether or not I believe holiness can be attained in this life, and how I…

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    has confessed my sin to Jesus Christ, claimed the gift of Salvation that He has given me and have surrendered my life to Him, I am no longer under the law of the Ten Commandments but under God’s grace. I still make it a goal to obey the Ten Commandments, not to earn my way to heaven, but in response to the gift of salvation I have received from the sacrifice of Jesus Christ on the cross. As a follower of Jesus, I no longer try to live for myself but for him. As I follow Jesus and am lead by…

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    we need to set long term goals, but before doing so we need to ask ourselves some questions. Before we can set those goals we should seek to know Christ. This can be done by reading the four gospels and seeing what Jesus did, what we can learn from him, and how does it relate to us? Jesus’ last commandment was to go and make disciples, and while principles never change, our methods have to change in order to reach the current generation, and each beyond. As we get into the chapters we learn…

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