God the Father

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  • Men Worthy Of Honor Essay

    Men Worthy of Honor Edgar Lee Marshall, Sr./Robert E. Marshall A Father 's Day Tribute to Two Good Men Our father, Mr. Edgar Lee Marshall came to Texas on September 14, 1999 to live with me because his doctors in Alabama and Maryland had informed him that he had only two weeks to live, due to congestive heart failure. He decided that he wanted to spend that time with my children and I because he hadn 't gotten to know my children. I told my children that we were going to teach Granddaddy…

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  • Gospel Of Luke Summary

    in the Lord. She always worry about her troubles and did not rely on God fully. On the other hand, R.C. McQuilkin states in his book, Our Lord’s Parables, “Mary has found the one thing necessary in life – quiet trust in the all-sufficient Savior and Lord.” And so when Jesus was praying in front of his disciples, one of them asked Him to teach them how to pray. He starts with the Lord’s Prayer. The first words were: “Our Father which art in heaven, hallowed be thy name, Thy kingdom come. Thy…

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  • Basil's On The Holy Spirit And Morality

    Basil in On the Holy Spirit argues that the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit are essentially equal in nature. While heretics try to subvert the role of Holy Spirit in the trinity, Basil rightly argues that there is no distinction in authority between the three persons. He argues that from the beginning of time, the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit were one in the same, and even if someone were to “travel ever so far backward you cannot get beyond the was, and however you may strain and strive to see…

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  • Personal Narrative: The Son And The Holy Spirit

    saying “In the name of the father, the son, and the holy spirit…” about 12 times in a day. Now despite this relentless repetition I didn’t really understand exactly what I was saying. It was only until I was in about 8th grade when I began to understand the doctrine behind the Holy Trinity. Along with this initial understanding, I have gained a new knowledge of it in this class. We’ve learned that the three persons posses one nature which is God. The persons, The Father, The Son, and the Holy…

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  • My Beliefs In The Bible

    This module did more to reaffirm my belief in God and God’s word, the Bible. Approximately seven years ago, my beliefs were not as strong as they are as of today. While growing up, my mother would take my brother and me to church every Sunday and we would attend Wednesday night services as well. Although, I was raised in a two parent home, my father did not attend church with us. This was mostly because he worked on Sundays. As a child, I grew up thinking as long as one attended church…

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  • What Does It Mean To Be Alive Essay

    We see now how God makes man a living being. God breathes into the man and he then becomes a living being. It is the contact with God through the breath of His Spirit that makes man a living being. When a male comes into contact with God, he will become a living being. When a male comes into contact with God, he will become a living being. What does it mean that when a male comes into contact with God, he will become a living being? Let’s look at it. When a male can breathe, eat, think and…

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  • Dr. Moreau And God Analysis

    Moreau and God, these corresponding characteristics are superficial. In order to truly understand the purpose of Wells’s analogy between Dr. Moreau and God, the differences between these two figures must be analyzed. An intangible entity, intention, may be the biggest and most crucial difference relating Dr. Moreau and God. While yes, they both may have intended to create a new species as a way to somehow further “humanity…

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  • Comparison Of The Father, The Son, And The Holy Spirit

    “In the name of the Father, The Son, and The Holy Spirit”. These words characterize a Christian and Catholic mass. Through mass, when beginning or ending a prayer, each member of the church makes the sign of the cross and mutters these famous words. The Father, The Son, The Holy Spirit. For centuries, Christians have debated the relationship between the three within the Trinity. The most common belief among Christians is that the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit are three entities apart of…

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  • Elizabeth Of The Trinity Analysis

    “O eternal Word, Word of my God, I wish to spend my life listening to You, I wish to make myself wholly teachable so as to learn all from you… O Consuming Fire, Spirit of Love, descend upon me so that there comes to be in my soul as it were an incarnation of the word… And you, O Father, stoop down towards Your poor little creature, cover her with Your shadow, see in her only Your Beloved Son in Whom You have been well pleased.” -Excerpts from a prayer of Bl. Elizebeth of the…

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  • The Holy Trinity: The Monotheistic Deity Of Hinduism

    Through all religions though many differentiate in ways of practice, rituals, and other dynamics all have one thing in common, a deity or deities that guide them through everyday life. A deity (or more commonly known as a god) is, by definition, a God, god, or goddess who seen as divine or sacred by the people of the religion. The deity/deities of a religion are usually the focus point of a religion. The deity/deities also typically give knowledge or advice to its followers by means of written…

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