He is so holy and so awesome that being in His everlasting presence brings an inspiring fear.” (CARM) As this CARM states, God is so amazing and so powerful. He is not there to intimidate Christians but instead inspire them to follow him and live after the life that he had laid out for all Christians. “Dis•ci•pline: control that is gained by req... ... middle of paper ... ...ighty ways of forgiveness, it is just that person’ job to decide which road to take. God forgives all of his children no matter what they have done in the past, are doing now, or will do in the future. God also asks all of his followers to forgive other because he has forgiven them.
The Book of Proverbs The book of Proverbs explains the wisdom of the Lord and the duties towards God and our parents. We should praise God for his wisdom because He created us and the world. God tells us that we need to be prepared when we serve Him because He will judge us when we die. We need to accept whatever falls upon us and make the best of it like God would want us to do. The book of Proverbs tells us that we need to cling on to Him which to me that means we should follow His teachings and do whatever it takes to be with God so we can share in God's life in heaven.
All He asks of us is to repent from our sins and seek Him with all our hearts. This parable motivates believers to always repent because God is the most merciful and forgiving. Besides teaching about the good news, Jesus also performed miracles that caused many people to believe in his
The preaching of repentance was particularly important for the disciples as they were to spread the good news which was that if one does truly repent, then they will be welcomed into the Kingdom of God. 16:16- "Whoever believes and is baptised will be saved; whoever does not believe will be condemned". Today, the tasks of the apostles have similar meanings. To cast out devils is to fight injustice and do the will of God and to anoint the sick is basically to care for them. Modern disciples will still try to preach the gospel and spread the word of God.
12 Rejoice and be glad, because great is your reward in heaven, for in the same way they persecuted the prophets who were before you” (Matthew 11-12, King James Version). This lesson sticks with me because knowing even if people mistreat me, or talk about me, I can keep my head held high because my father in heaven will comfort me with his love and grace. The lessons in the book of Luke (15-31, King James Version) Jesus uses stories to explain how people may stray away, but how we as Christians should either bring or welcome them back. Today’s society forgets these lessons and sees their fellow men as nuisances as back then. Therefore Jesus had to perform miracles for people to see what he said was real.
If we truly are sorry and repent then he will forgive us. We also have to love other people too. They are his own creation and he told us to love others just as he has loved us. We are supposed to be able to see God in our own actions, and God through their own actions. God loves us so much that he gave up his own son for us.
The passage teaches us that we should forgive others and we will be forgiven. We should treat others, as we want to be treated. Jesus never judged or condemned others no matter what they did to him. Seek Goodness (Luke 6:45): "a good person brings good out of the treasure of good things in his heart; a bad person brings bad out of his treasure of bad things. For mouth speaks what the heart is full of."
In my essay I hope to explain the importance of each essential component is to the Christian worldview and what I believe when it comes to the Christian worldview. GOD When you talk about God you cannot help talk about the magnificent things about him. God is loving, compassionate, and kind to everyone. His love goes to everyone equally. He will forgive our sins.
He called people to worships one almighty god and would always emphasize his humanity so people would not worship the wrong thing or person. With this Mohammed always wanted to be referred as “the Messenger of God and His slave”. He was chosen to be God’s final messenger and be a living example of the message. Muslims main purpose is to strive to follow the example of Mohammed but to reiterate they do not worship him at all. Jesus has some similarities where his follower strives to be much more like him everyday, but they know that they are not perfect.
Jesus’ teaching on forgiveness (Matthew 5:38-48) mentions the Lex Talionis, law of limitation and Jesus’ new guidance; when any form of retaliation is rejected. Instead, Jesus tells Christians to “turn the other cheek” and “pray for your persecutors Christians believe that everybody in some way is a sinner but God is always willing to forgive you as long as you repent because he is so loving and this is shown in the Bible, the story of the woman in