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    The Ministry of Business was an eye opener of how to integrate God based values and principles into business. We have to start with ourselves. Our personal life has to be to the standard that we can have personal revelation for ourselves and for our business. I am going to focus on 5 points that I thought were important in the book. First, Steven Hitz teaches us that there is no coincidences. Heavenly Father has a purpose in everything that happens to us. Hitz summarized, “Follow the prompting…

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    With religion and personal emotion being expressed, Rembrandt’s The Three Trees has more to offer than a simple Dutch landscape. The three trees are the main attraction of this piece and convey a religious message inspired by Rembrandt’s environment. Rembrandt relies on a unique method of creating dramatic lighting to subtly express his feelings and direct the viewer’s eye within the piece. What is most interesting about this etching is how humans are used in this piece, the human figures in the…

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    Man, born with fleshly, sinful natures, could never in his fallen state hope to know G-d. Even the Scriptures pose questions concerning whether or not a man can truly know his Creator. Only with the Holy Spirit as our teacher and mediator to the Father, it is possible for a man to know G-d intimately. Since G-d is omnipotent, only He knows how to reveal Himself to finite man…

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    review I will be responding with a general statement about the chapter and any reflections, thoughts or opinions gleamed from my studies. Father, Son, & Holy Spirt Chapter 1 of the Father, Son, & Holy Spirt pulls the reader into a discussion about why understanding the Trinity is important in the life of Christian believer. Ware expounds on the point that Gods wisdom chose reveal himself as Triune. Causing mankind to lean towards gaining wisdom about Him by means of faith alone. Chapter 2…

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    to read the book “Ministry in the Image of God: The Trinitarian Shape of Christian Service” by Stephen Seamands. I was also required to reflect on how this book has helped shape my ministry focus. Please accept the following reflection as a fulfillment of that requirement. The Trinity is one of the many mysteries of God. “Ministry in the Image of God: The Trinitarian Shape of Christian Service” was written to help the reader understand the image of God in reference to the Trinity and how it…

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    Version"). This doesn’t just include sick people, but also those who are discriminated against such as women slaves and other minorities. Leading and seeing oneself an equal to the followers is one trait, but there is more to following the lead that the Father gives as an…

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    one’s understanding and interpretation of the world. This is prevalent in Christianity. The Christian worldview has its own beliefs in regards to God, humanity, Jesus, and the restoration that require some analysis and self-reflection in order fully understand the essential elements of the religion. Christian Worldview God In the Christian worldview, God is the eternal creator of everything. He created everything from nothing, for his glory as well as for humanity (“Origins: Ultimate Reality”,…

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    rightly related to the Spirit of God. I am a Christian because I am rightly related to Christ Jesus who saved, redeemed, and called me out of darkness into His marvelous light (Chafer, p. 17). God drew me to His fellowship by the power of His Holy Spirit. I could not believe in God id it had not been for the sovereign work of the Holy Spirit. The Spirit enables me to cast down vain imaginations and any high thing that exalts itself against the knowledge of God and I can bring every thought…

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    because he wants to follow the words of God, and he realizes the thrill of sailing in the harsh waters. The writer initially exiles himself to escape his land and do what he believes is proper. He faces tough waters and seems to dread every waking moment. Despite the miserable conditions, he repeatedly returns to the sea to continue to pursue his righteous path and begins to reap rewards for embarking on his…

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    greeting is different in Galatians than the other letters where Paul not only gives them grace and peace but points out that Jesus Christ gave himself for our sins. Galatians 1: 3-5 “May God our Father and the Lord Jesus Christ give you grace and peace. Jesus gave his life for our sins, just as God our Father planned, in order to rescue us from this evil world in which we live.” Paul felt it necessary to explain to the Galatians that Jesus Christ was the only way to salvation from…

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