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  • Jacob Lansleth Research Paper

    Jacob Lansleth was an eight year old german boy. He was born one snowy night in December and lived with his two parents, Priscilla and Diego, and his twin brother Andrew. Priscilla and Diego were the talk of their small town Klinesville. Everyone loved Priscilla and Diego. They were very charismatic and cared for anyone who was in need. Andrew was a leader in his youth group and the captain of the football team. The Lansleth family appeared to have everything together, but little did others know…

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  • Heather Kubel-Personal Narrative

    details, despite the shudder that would come from recalling it. I had had a pretty basic life up to now. I had an older brother in college and two parents who had taken me to church every Sunday since I was a little girl; despite the fact that my father and the rest of my family were Jewish. Sure, my mom had shown some questioning character traits the past few years, but I never thought it would get this far. My mom had been acting strange for a few years but she had never accused me of an act…

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  • Analysis Of The Divine Image, By William Blake

    poems towards God and religion. The titles are inherently influenced by teachings of the Bible, which state “so God created man in the divine image, in the divine image he created him; male and female he created them.” (New International Version, Genesis 1.27) Blake’s songs were written to shed light on the two opposing states of the human soul, primarily as one of innocence that believes man was created in the physical and virtuous image of God, “For Mercy, Pity, Peace and Love/Is God,…

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  • Analysis Of Spirit And Union By Clark H. Pinnock

    H. Pinnock’s chapter on Spirit and Union. Pinnock eloquently reveals the clear aim of God’s work in the world through his Spirit. He goes so far as to state, “Union with God is not peripheral to salvation but the goal” (Pinnock151). In other words, God is actively at work in the world to reestablish humanities’ “oneness” with God that has been destroyed by sin. In addition, Pinnock speaks to Christianity’s current acceptance of the great theologian Martin Luther’s guilt and focused solely on a…

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  • Descriptive Analysis: Train Wreck That Happen In Blackshear, Georgia

    standing display a sense of comfort and hope. Looking at those people who came to help, I think of 1 Jn 3:17, “But whoso hath this world 's good, and seeth his brother have need, and shutteth up his bowels of compassion from him, how dwelleth the love of God in him?”1 Those people are an example of God’s people, who went to help and serve others in a time of…

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  • In The Doctrine Of Koinonia, The Christian Torture

    communion and participation of Christians whose relationships are experienced with God, Jesus Christ, the Holy Spirit, and themselves, according to the Westminster Theological Dictionary. Koinonia is the Christian communion, partaking, or participation in the body of Christ. The concept of koinonia is a consistent theme that found its place in all of the doctrines learned this semester. These doctrines are Revelation, Triune God, Incarnate Christ, Creation, Sin, and the Problem of Evil, Church…

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  • The New Christian Counselor Summary

    approach ties together God 's word, the church, and psychology. The approach is holistic which ensures that Christian counselor 's are able to easily adapt to treat clients with many different issues they face in life. The bible tells many stories about struggles and challenges people faced throughout biblical times, and the bible provided solutions to those struggles, God. The approach used by Hawkins and Clinton points to God as the author of all things and therefore, God is the solution to…

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  • Bible Church Characteristics

    not just see it as, it is the right thing to do, but see it as something God planned for us to do in honor of him. Throughout the Bible community is a relative theme (Jeff). We can first see community in the Trinity, God the Father, Jesus, and the Holy Spirit (Jeff). This idea comes into play because the Trinity is, or God is forming His creation and by making it He is creating a community (Jeff). This theme shows that God intended to “move people into communities where they will bless others…

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  • Personal Narrative: Restoration Of The Holy Spirit

    feel the quickening of the Holy Spirit in the pit of my stomach and the fire again as it used to be when the Lord would move by his spirit in me. Standing up I began to praise God for his delivering power and restoration of the Holy Ghost fire in me. The Pastor and elder shouted praise him sister you are free and they praised God with me. Shouting hallelujah I jumped up and down because I don’t know how to dance in the spirit yet! Shouting I feel the fire shut up in my bone. The deliverance team…

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  • Patria In The Time Of The Butterflies Character Analysis

    “If you change the way you look at things, the things you look at change.” – Wayne Dyer. Patria has always been a very religious person, devoting most of her young life to God and her Church. However, after seeing the deaths of many fellow Dominicans, her faith in both her leader and God was shaken. She stops praying for God to fix this problem, and starts to fix this problem herself. This means that she must change her old ways of being peaceful and innocent, and must embrace one of the only…

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