The Holy Spirit leaves in me and has helped me discern what is right and wrong. God is perfect; therefore, as a Christian I strive everyday to be more like God. Evil exists because the devil, which initially was an angel of light, wanted to be above God and no one can be more than God. He created me with a purpose in life and is to develop my spiritual life, serve Him, others and follow His word. I am committed to my Christian beliefs since I based my knowledge in the Bible.
As a result, people are without excuse.” According to Paul, the natural world reflects God's invisible attributes. It reflects his eternal power, and his divine nature. The Apostle then makes the point that since these invisible attributes are clearly perceived, then all people are without excuse for worshiping him and acknowledging Him as God. The Apostle then goes on to state, “For the creation eagerly waits with anticipation for God's sons to be revealed. For the creation was subjected to futility – not willingly, but because of Him who
In (Psalm 5:15) IT states that man is born a sinner and cannot save himself. You can only achieve salivation by the grace of God through faith in our Lord, not by ones work, only thru true salvation. (Ephesians 2:840) (2:8-10) 5) QUESTION OF DESTINY: It is thought that our ultimate disunity is in our communion with God. We find this in (John 15:1-6) those who are not connected with God are cast away, thus what happens after death is dependent on the choices we make in our personal lives, and our lives with God. In (Peter 3:15) we are ask to be prepared to give answers and to help those who ask for help but to do it with gentleness and
Both stories portray God as a perfect, all seeing, all knowing being, “God is a master craftsman… all powerful one”(1,7) “And Sarah dissembles, saying ‘I did not laugh,’ for she was afraid. And He said, ‘Yes, you did laugh’”(106). Both stories also have the same trinity view on how God is viewed: In Genesis, there is the Father, the Son and the Holy Spirit, whereas the Leiden Hymns have Amun, Ptah, and Re. there are also multiple names for God in both texts. Genesis refers to God as God, He, the Lord.
The fruits of the Spirit are not for proof, but rather are evidence of the indwelling of the Holy Spirit of God in the believer. The fruits of the Spirit are reflective of the character of God and allowing for our character to change. The gifts are reflective of the power and presence of God. Both of these ultimately provide the same outcome, they are for edification and the glory of God. But for Christians to fully develop the fruit of the spirit, or
The Question of Meaning/Purpose- Christian’s belief that mankind were created to worship God, to glorify him, by being obedient, praying and being thankful Psalm 95:1 We are here to serve God, to have a personal relationship with him, to accept Jesus Christ in our hearts and belief that he is our Lord and Savior, to trust that he came to this world and gave hos life for us, to forgive our sins, and to allow him to love us and give us eternal life. 4. The Question of Morality- Mankind was created good, sin entered the world through Adam and Eve when they ate from the forbidden tree. God is Holy he is separated fro Evil, being created in the image of God, humans have a conscience and can distinguish good from bad. Jesus came to this world Matthew 28:19 to tell us that we are free from sin, follow him, create other disciples and reign in the glory of God for eternity.
Christian's worldview on purpose is for man to know God (John 17:3) to know God is the only true God, and Jesus is his son. God has always wanted a relationship with man, Christian believe it is not enough to follow the rules of Christianity, but one's purpose should be to have a personal relationship with God, to know him intimately. (Genesis 2:3). Articulate the biblical/Christian Worldview of Morality? Christian believe one's moral should be
Monotheism is the belief that there is only but one God. God is an infinite spirit that is changeless and timeless, etc. In Exodus 3:14, God said to Moses, “I AM WHO I AM”; and He said, “Thus you shall say to the sons of Israel, ‘I AM has sent me to you.’ ” What this means is that what God has is what he is. God’s features are different in our minds but not in reality. The belief that there was only one God caused the formation the Doctrine of the Trinity.
This is primarily done through teaching of Jesus Christ who according to Christian faith and the quote above was sent by god as the perfect sacrifice to atone for the multitude of sins committed by the human race giving humans a chance to be united with god once again through the grace of Jesus. Jesus was the perfect sacrifice due to the way he lived his life in the human form as he only brought good to society but was still persecuted. This persecution despite actually committing any sin resulted in the ideal sacrifice as Jesus Christ was able to suffer the burden of our sins for us in order to allow us to achieve eternal salvation. This act solves the problem of our sins as it offers redemption if we act in the correct way. This premise of redemption through Christ is thoroughly addressed throughout the Christian church through in depth study of the gospels on the life of Jesus Christ as this allows members of the religion to gain an increased grasp on what kind of person Jesus Christ was and what he accomplished.
However, according to Paul, even then they will not be without excuse as creation itself makes it plain that there is a Creator and His qualities are evident in the beauty and detail of what’s been created (Romans 1:20). This makes it even more important for those of us who are believers reach out to those who haven’t yet experienced God’s love. Human Identity Of course, this urgency to share the message of salvation is due to more than just false teachings in the area of creation. Romans continually points out to us that we are a sinful people (Romans 3:10; 3:23). We are clearly identified as people who are fallen from our original intent.