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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 of your inner voice. You may not know until later why you have been moved toward a particular path, but trust in divine purpose and the answers will eventually come.” This doesn’t mean that it will be easy. Trials and obstacles will come but he also said to “Trust in God’s timing.” I know it feels terrible when you think you have made the right choice and then circumstances arise that make it seem like a mistake. Looking back you will be able to see Heavenly Father’s guidance through the trial and that you have learned some important lessons or skills. I need to remember to make Heavenly Father part of my business decisions and to look for the ways that he has prepared me for other events in my life. The Formula for Success is a wonderful formula. I printed it and put it up on the fridge. One thing I’ve learned is to learn from someone that’s already done it. Why reinvent the wheel? The Formula for Success is simple but is a great guideline to follow to head toward success. I think…

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    The Godhead encompasses everything we can imagine, see, and touch. We know this because the Father is God, Jesus is God, and the Holy Spirit is God. He created the heavens and the earth. He gave us life and is constantly with us. Three important aspects to the Godhead are cooperation, doing what God calls us to do, and witnessing to people that are non believers that have not accept Jesus Christ as their savior. Cooperation is a large aspect in our everyday lives. As our notes mentioned…

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    Mike Svigel. In his book Retro-Christianity identified seven core Christian orthodoxy by which evangelicals should be identified. One of them is the doctrine of the Trinity. Trinity doctrine is about believing the triune Godhead God the Father, God the Son and God the Holy Spirit. Understandably so, the Trinity is the foundation of Christian faith. The doctrine of the Trinity is a fundamental element of the gospel it is not claimed that the refinements of theological speculations upon this…

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    Basil states that “the faith in the Spirit is the same as the faith in the Father and the Son; and in like manner, too, the baptism.” This is to say that Basil believes, based on scripture that the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit are all equal, and in baptism this theology is clearly shown. It would be less than perfect to baptize someone into only the Father, as the triune Godhead cannot and should not be separated. His opponents countered this argument by suggesting that because Christians are…

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    Paganism And Religion

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    In Christopaganism, God the Father is Yahweh or YHWH; God the Mother is Asherah or Mother Mary; God the Son is Jesus of Nazareth or Yeshua and God the Holy Spirit is Awen, Sophia or Wisdom. While it could potentially be expected there would be a daughter aspect to the “family of God”, there is in fact no such “person”. Why you may ask? Because the Son took a wife while here on earth, this was Mary Magdalene. As Mary Magdalene was a human being, she is precluded from being a part of the Godhead.…

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    person in the Trinity. As Christians in order to be a disciple one must understanding of the Trinity. The word Trinity is not mention in the Scripture, but it describes the three-in-one nature of the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit. The Trinity means that there is one and only one true God with three distinct persons; Father, Son, and Holy Spirit without division nature, essence, and being. In order to share the gospel with others one must first know the distinct role of the Trinity. God the…

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    Christians trust 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…

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    Trinity Argument

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    you cannot describe the Trinity without committing some sort of heresy” (67). However, Paul Enns’ definition in The Moody Handbook of Theology is sufficient, “While there is one God, there are three eternally distinct and equal persons in the Godhead, existing as the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit. Each is distinct from the other, yet the three are united as one God. The term Triunity may best express the idea” (762). As mentioned, the word “Trinity” itself does not appear in Scripture. Rather…

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    “take up a neutral position, or rather a very miserable one” in respect to the Holy Spirit. While some like the Sadducees misunderstand the true nature of the Holy Spirit, Nazienzus rightly asserts that He is “co-operator…and the Minister” who has the same dignity of the Father and the Son. The Holy Spirit is somewhat of a mystery to many people, and while scripture is clear on the deity of the Holy Spirit, the invisible power that strengthens believers is often hard to discern, which is why…

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    Ablabius, who appears to have strayed from the sound doctrine that had been passed down to him. Gregory appears frustrated with Ablabius and the errors that he was spreading, but there seems to be an underlying tone of love and a desire for restoration that is woven into the rebukes and arguments given throughout the letter. The primary error that Gregory addresses is that God supposedly must exist either as one person or three; that is, that the concept of the Trinity is either impossible, or…

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