Ruth demonstrates her faithfulness to Naomi, by refusing to leave her side and displaying a strong and willing commitment to her mother-in-law (Ruth 1:15-17). Additionally we see another act of faithfulness which is shown through Boaz, he keeps his promise to take Ruth as his wife (Ruth 4:9-10). The unconditional love that God desires all of us to attain is shown through the faithfulness, kindness, honor and security within the book of Ruth. However, redemption is the fundamental theme in the book of Ruth. Boaz, Ruth’s “kinsman redeemer” rescues Ruth and Naomi from an impossible situation.
For that reason, she tried to service the Jews as much as they could - keeping in mind that Israel is God's chosen people, and she was to obey God's commands. She willingly followed God's plan for her, and her commitment toward God is what inspired me to write this essay in regards to the qualities that God gave Corrie, and how we should strive to obtain them for ourselves. God blessed Corrie a great heart of compassion. She loved the Jews and strived to help them every way she could. She gave up so much for the Jews, and went out of her way to make them comfortable.
As they believed that people are supposed to work as hard as they can with whatever they do, because they view it as a form of worship to God. Which is why she was not caving in even when her body was wearing out on her multiple times. In conclusion, Mary Rowlandson was a puritan writer because of the way she wrote her experience, religious beliefs, and the type of style she used to express herself. Everything she wrote about was somehow connected to God and her beliefs. It is clear that she wanted modern readers to know that the religion was as strong even before her
Situation ethics depends on Christians freely choosing faith that god is love, so giving first place to Christian love. Therefore echoing the sentiments of the bible. Finally, situation ethics puts humans first along with their concerns. This is unlike laws that seem to go around a person’s wellbeing, putting that first. Showing how the ethic is neither legalistic nor antinomian.
Christianity teaches that people should not work on the day of Sabbath as God himself didn’t and that it should be the day of rest. However, Jesus didn’t follow these rules and decided to do the most loving thing and heal a sick person on this day even though he wasn’t supposed to. Some could argue that situation ethics and its ideas about love fit into Christian theology perfectly because even Jesus broke rules to do the most loving thing possible. Johns part of the gospels state that “God is love” and from this we can interpret that Christians must live their lives by trying to be Omnibenevolent and doing the most loving thing in all situations no matter how extreme. Fletcher incorporated the quote from the gospels into his ethical theory and devised six propositions and four principles.
Patria lives her life by the bible. When discussing her home life she believes that if, "[you] build your house upon a rock", as God wills it to be, Jesus will be your rock protecting you when the, " rain fall and the floods come and the winds blow"(148). If you let Jesus be your rock nothing can ever hurt you to Patria so when her life is getting ruined by Trullio this strongly challanges her faith. Patria descirbes herself as very religious. She states that, "I felt it, snug inside my heart, the pearl of great price.
“Everything is possible to one who has faith.” (Mk 9:35) -This is one of my life mottos. There are no limits with God. The word impossible simply states “I’m possible.” God will provide, but we must believe in Him unconditionally and trust that He will take care of us and not force us through anything that we can’t handle or won’t ultimately make us into a stronger, better person. 6. “Watch and pray that you may not undergo the test.
Afterwards one should live his or her life according to the commandments. Conclusion Just like the various interpretations of the Bible, one may read this framework and obtain a different meaning. However, one should understand in-order to become a Christian; one must repent, confess that he or she is a sinner and then be baptized. After that, he or she must keep God Commandments. One deepens their relationship with God by reading His word daily and fellowshipping with other
Her friend, Kara, presented her to Jesus and showed her that she can still be a cool person, even if she made God apart of her life. Her Christian friend also gave her some words of advice. “You’re down now Jordan, but only for awhile. I think God is giving you a chance to really look at life and decide just how you want to live it” (Carlson 134). Kara gave Jordan numerous examples of how God has helped her throughout her life.