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    It is the spiritual realm where God rules by his grace and love considering that it is HIS greatest desire for human beings to hear the Gospel and come to faith; while the Left Hand Rule of God or Left Hand Kingdom is for the whole world and not just for Christians in other words he rules over all creations. Through this rule, God rules over the world, oversees it, and provides for it by law. He also guides, directs, and keeps order in the world while providing order through various means. We can relate to the two kingdoms as the Right Hand being the Church and the Left Hand is the State because God is concerned with both physical and spiritual matters and as Christians we live in the church as a family of God worshipping and honoring him through our good works to others. According to Mueller, God works in both kingdoms because we live in both kingdoms and “we receive his blessings in the church, but we also are under his care and his rule in the world…” (p. 248) There may be misunderstandings because some people believe that it’s the church role to make the state religious or to make the church Christian which is not necessarily true and an understanding of the roles and works of the Church and State plays in our lives will help…

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    If the service vendors will not be equipped to Customers or their trade techniques guaranteed fun, establish a just right relationship with shoppers, they become traditionally with Customer dissatisfaction. Your will also be many reasons for the customers upset. A few of these explanations are: 1. Underneath example India, nearly all of men and women listed below are vegetarian. They should not have a bigger area of their fridge for frozen option. However following foreign pattern fridges make…

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    He was like a tractor, his actions and gestures were precise and automatic, his facial expressions seemed calculated. It all seemed to be routine, like he truly was a machine. I can’t remember him smiling once as he checked my blood pressure and temperature. He could tell I was anxious, even commented on it, and then sent another nurse to fetch me some food. I was brought a turkey sandwich with mayo and lettuce, a four pack of Oreos, and a chocolate chip granola bar. I couldn’t eat without…

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    way pulling his students into line and teaching them. Third and in my opinion the most persuasive reason is because it made everyone feel a part of the group, and all the outsiders became the insiders and they felt like they fit in. 2. What part did the creation of “rules” have in creating the expectations and enthusiasm of the class? The rules played a huge part in the experiment because they made the students very enthusiastic to be a part of it. Some of the rules that would have appealed to…

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    an old cellphone and pretended to talk to someone else(monologue). When her mother tried to talk to her while she was playing, she responded with, “Mom, I’m on the phone.” P.H. also likes to pretend play. She told me I was the mommy and she was the daughter to was at a gymnastics meet. She began to flip on the couches and “stick the landing”. However, when I would cheer for her and try to play with her, she told me I had to be quiet. This type of play resembled parallel play since I was not…

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    noticed some cute chihuahuas and other breeds of dogs playing and barking but they didn 't grab all my interest. When I turned my head to the right I heard a small chirp and decided to go look. For my surprise it was a small Quaker parrot that had beautiful shining blue feathers with dark grey…

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    Facilitator vs. Teacher How can you distinguish the difference between the two? A teacher is an expert on a particular subject and looks to conveys that knowledge to others through a lecture platform. A facilitator does not have to be an expert on any one subject. He or she creates discussion and learning within a group. A teacher dictates the conversation, while a facilitator guides the topic of conversation, letting the participants create the discussion; it is a student-centered approach to…

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    He is unsteady on his feet and incapable of articulate speech. He understands gestures. The Creature views Maria’s giving of her hand and then flowers as a sign of kindness. The Creature smiles and laughs. His mood is light and blissful. He lives in the moment, rather than generating complex plans of action for the future. The Creature’s assumption that if flowers float, then the pretty human could float too, displays some intellect. The Creature is portrayed as a playful, innocent, and in…

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    someone is in danger what would you chose to do? Even though in some situations self defense is okay, things may get out of hand and worse damage may happen. Self defense in certain situations is the right choice. No matter how many time the cops are able to make it to the scene before anyone gets hurt, there are the times when they are not able to make it. When put in a life or death situation, I believe self defense is 100% necessary. If you know that the cops will not be able to make it in…

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    In the recent discussions about Socrates in The Apology, a controversial issue has been whether Socrates should be considered Man Thinking, as termed by Emerson. On one hand, some argue that because Socrates was unable to use his ideas to act and become powerful in his time, he cannot be considered Man Thinking. From this perspective, Socrates is not Man Thinking because he only thought but did not act upon his ideas, being more like the scholar than Man Thinking. On the other hand, however,…

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