Essay On Theo 201: 1-17

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Richard Mount APA THEO 201-B33 LUO In spite of what man has done to God’s creation, He has not abandoned it. He continually preserves it and sustains it through His grace and providence. Men are still made in His image and mankind is still Gods greatest creation. Chapter I in Genesis tells us how God created the heavens and the earth. He loves that creation and still holds it all together. He wants to be involved with this creation in matters big and small. All throughout the Bible God has been involved with His creation. He spoke with the great men of the Old Testament when He was creating the earth, such as Adam. He picked Abraham to be the Father of His chosen people the Israelites. He chose Moses to deliver His people and to…show more content…
My wife and I have dedicated our lives to Him. We see His activity everyday all day. I believe He is calling me to become a pastor and to do His work. We see the blessings He bestows on people and how He has done that for us in our children and grandchildren. We see Him working through others in their ministry whether it be like the Billy Graham ministry, the different teachers through Liberty University Online teaching about the Bible. Another example of Gods involvement with mankind is the Holy Spirit. When Jesus left earth and ascended to Heaven, He sent the Holy Spirit to strengthen us and work in our lives to help to go out and bring others to Him. That is what I want to do. I want to show and tell others what He has done for me and what He can do for them. Scripture makes it clear that God is with us. (Haggai 2:4) says; “Be strong you people of the land declares the Lord and work for I am with you”. Whenever someone receives the Lord Jesus Christ by faith as his Creator and Savior he or indeed becomes “a new creation” (II Corinthians 5:17), and the miracle of regeneration is always recognized in Scripture as an instantaneous event accomplished by the Creator in the mind and heart of the believer at the time of

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