In order to do that, I will follow 2 Peter 1:5-8 to guide me through my journey. In 2 Peter 1:5 he says, “And beside this, giving all diligence add to your faith virtue and to virtue knowledge”. God has given me the faith, now I need to build on that. I strive everyday to be diligent in my devotion to God and to add virtue and knowledge to my faith. The people that I come into contact with during my life help me to do that.
I am a man of my word, if I say I’m going to do something then I will do it. Being a very reserved person it becomes easy for people to think I can be taken advantage of. I am not the kind of person to speak what I feel or think to just anyone around me. My reserved nature came directly from my father who drilled into my head that respect and manners were of great importance. Since I’ve always focused on those two things I’ve never been a wild child or a disrespectful child.
It all goes with open heart in love with God. If you love God and have faith and rely on Him with prayer, I am sure God will speak to you directly and teach you and let you understand Him better, deeper and sweeter. Studying Bible is personal and spiritual experience with God. No one can take your role and place in building up intimate relationship with God in His amazing grace and forever love as well as unlimited wisdom and almighty power..... God words, wisdom and power are all intermingled and merged together in our daily life. Time and effort is the fundamental foundation that we offer and provide in completing Bible study.
Maybe the question should be “who is responsible for introducing my child to Christianity?” or “should my child’s education be done in a public, private or home-based system?” There is no shortage of opinions on this topic, some very strongly held and endlessly and emotionally debated. As we begin to search for a biblical perspective, we come to the definitive Old Testament passage on educating children found in Deuteronomy 6:5-8: "Love the LORD your God with all your heart and with all your soul and with all your strength. These commandments that I give you today are to be upon your hearts. Impress them on your children. Talk about them when you sit at home and when you walk along the road, when you lie down and when you get up.
Discipleship Counseling Paper Abstract Neil Anderson’s book, Discipleship Counseling, is packed with information and insight that was inspired by the Holy Spirit on how to help people break free from personal or spiritual bondage and to also find the peace that only Christ can offer. Information is presented in a way that will enable a counselor to be more comfortable, confident and competent in a role as encourager. Knowledge is also shared so the counselor can be the kind of helper that is needed to help people be set free. A tool presented to the counselor is “The Steps to Freedom in Christ” which shows specific methods to discipleship counseling. Chapter themes, such as, “Defining mental health” and “Counseling the Spiritually Oppressed” go into specifics in certain areas that may need to be addressed in the counseling sessions.
At the end I was still going to heaven when I died. What else did I need to do for me to go heaven? I already was a good girl; I always went to church with my dad, I read my bible every day. I was good with my family and friends and I never killed anyone or did anything bad like that. Nunez/2 When I was like 13 I went to a retreat from my church in there I was confronted with a lot of things about my life and how I was.
As a Christian, I yearns for the spiritual experience of visiting the holy sites that I have been reading about in my bible. To maximize on my experience during the tour, I would ensure that I am in the company of a history tour guide. My tour of Israel would start with the holy city of Jerusalem. This is where I would visit the Christ empty tomb and Golgotha, which was his site of the crucifixion. To the east of the holy city, I could visit the famous vantage point “Mount Olive” Where Jesus Took his disciples to look down the temple and teach them of the upcoming destruction of the holy city.
Being a leader gives you an ability to create new ideas in others and to inspire others to better themselves. I view leadership as a means to work alongside your peers and equals to achieve something that no one could accomplish in solitude. One of my biggest passions in life lies in God and all of his works. In my church “El Rey Jesus” I lead a group of young men and women to take I other teens from troubled situations and teach them about the gospel of Christ. Unlike most that see leadership as a means to assert their dominance over others, I see leadership as a means to allow me to create a change in my community and in those around me.
During my early years I was taught to follow the teachings of the church. To listen and obey what my parents told me. Through my family and my education, I had a firm grip on what was right and wrong, my values were well cultivated. As I grew older, my values expanded to include the environmental issues. But, the greatest development over the years has been philanthropy.