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    I went back to the text but the dialogue had died down and no new themes or ideas were coming to me. At this point I did what Nancy Gross suggests and listed out my possible guesses for the meaning of this text. • it is a literal view of what it will be like before Jesus second coming of judgement. • It is about the hope of the coming of Christ • It is about the action needed before Christ coming again • It has something to do with eschatological theology and the idea of Christ coming to us again and again At this point I engaged others in the dialogue for help. First, I reached out to a mentor of mine with my eschatological idea. She affirmed my belief by explaining it more clearly: “As part of the reformed tradition, we ascribe to the…

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    Paul wants the members of the church to focus on the comfort of Christ’s return, like he says “therefore comfort one another with these words”. They no longer have to worry about the deaths of their loved ones or even themselves because they now know that all who believe in him will be risen with him when he returns. Big Idea God’s promise holds true for all who believe in him; find joy in his promises and look forward to the fulfilment of it. Life Application While reading this passage I…

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    affected everything, and even actions can feel like they have been hurt as well as emotions. This shows that man has been so full of pride about what they can achieve that they do not realise they are not treating nature like they should. Also this makes readers think about what they are doing and how it has not been beneficial to the world, and that we are destroying the world instead of improving it. The structure of Africa helps to emphasise destruction to the continent. When Tagore refers…

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    enables readers of all different cultures and religious backgrounds to make connections with the poem. At the end of Stanza 1, Yeats adeptly describes the story of Noah’s ark, but the animals are not in an orderly manner, they are chaotic and distressed. The dramatized words “blood-dimmed tide,” (Stanza 1, line 5) shows the perspective of the animals which didn’t get to the ark. This represents the fall of religion and how the story differs from the Book of Revelations. Yeats shows his…

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    The book, “Things Fall Apart”, by Chinua Achebe gets its name from the poem, “The Second Coming”, by W. B. Yeats. These two written works have many things in common. They share a common theme and back it up with several literary elements. However, “The Second Coming” by W.B Yeats isn’t the only poem similar to the book, “Things Fall Apart”, by Chinua Achebe. “Things Fall Apart” is also similar to another poem called “Welcome Change”, by Gina Whitacre. All three of these pieces of literature…

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    Matthew 24 42-44 Analysis

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    24: 42-44, it vividly expresses the prophecies and grooming for Jesus Christ’s second impending. However, the message is commanding and essential, for all to understand and live by. Through these passages, Matthew delivers evidence of our Lord and Savior’s second coming. Most important, he predicts the events that guide us with preparing for the second coming's occasion. On the other hand, in order to comprehend how each episode relates together, throughout this essay, I will illustrate my…

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    Chapter II The Exaltation of Christ There are four stages of the state of exaltation. 1. Resurrection a. The nature of the resurrection The resurrection of Christ's body and his soul is really real. His body was raised from the dead. Jesus did not rise as a spirit only but as a whole person, body, and soul (Bloesch, 2004). Unlike the other human, His body and soul rose completely. This shows that Christ defeated death. The resurrection of Jesus in his human nature indicates a perfection that is…

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    is closely related to the Second Coming of Jesus Christ. Moltmann did this wanting to seek a new interpretation of Jesus Christ, one that would be applicable for today’s day and age. Minjung Christology is mainly rooted…

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    Israel And Millenarianism

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    Christ will reign for 1000 years, bodily staying on Earth. The righteous will be resurrected. Christ will reign with tlem. There will be a short-lived rebellion ofSatan at the end of the millennium. Besides, it will be quickly suppressed, the wicked dead will be brought to justice, aryl after this cones eternity. In the eschatology of historE:al premillennialism, the apparent coming of Jesus Christ and tie admiration of the Church is preceded by great tribulation, aryl in tie dispensati»nal…

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    The Purpose Of John 4b-14

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    The purpose of John 4b-15 is the coming of the Holy Spirit to act as Christ’s substitute on earth and the benefit of the Holy Spirit coming for three main reasons. One: Convicting of the world (verse eight). Two: Guiding into all truth, and speaking on Christ’s behalf (verse 13). Three: Glorify Christ and declare what is His (verse 14). This is important because once Jesus went to be with the Father the Holy Spirit would continue God’s plan of salvation to humankind concerning sin,…

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