After reviewing the worldviews in this course, I now have a substantive view of life. I could say yes indeed I hold a Christian worldview. A Christian worldview is a way of thinking that is Christ Center. This may involve trusting and believing Jesus Christ as the core of your life. My core values involve believing and trusting on the word of God. From instructions to promises, every word that proceeds out of the mouth of God is worthy of receiving with faith and obedience. For example, there are healing scripture to believe in. when we receive the word of God in faith, we are operating in faitha worldview.
Christians carry the belief that they are victorious in all aspect of life. I am going to discuss a personal scenario in my life. One day I was not feeling good, I feeling fatigue at work. I kept asking my self why am I feeling this way. Well, I went to the doctor, and he required that I take off work. I ask God, “ Lord how are my bills going to be paid? Further, several months pass and all of my bills were in delinquent. My rent was 1700 dollars behind. Everyone in my family was telling me that I was going to be evicted. I was so afraid. God spoke to me in a low pitch voice he said, “ I will never leave you, nor forsake you”. The following day I was call down to the rent office and I had the assumption that I will be victorious. My assumption was correct, they said to me “ your new rent will be nine dollars and the remaining balance of your monthly rent is resolved through the association. However, the outstanding balance of 1700 dollars has to be paid, how do you plan to satisfy this balance”. I responded, I don’t know but tomorrow I will tell you”. Subsequently I later discover the insurance company from my...
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... like nine-dollar rent are destined to occur, if you just trust in Him and put Him first, you will discover He is real.
I will share Proverbs 3; 9,10 “honor the Lord thy substance and first fruit, then your barns will be filled to overflowing, and your vats will brim over with new wine”
Let this mind be in you, which was also in Christ Jesus (Philippians 2; 5)By having a Christ center culture it can benefit my ministry in several ways. First and foremost this culture shapes my mind and helps me to develop a Christ center mind set. Therefore I have all the qualities that will prepare me for ministry. A Christ center culture can also develop an individual to seek the Lord at all times. It is the earnest to want to hear from God. I think when we develop an earnest this helps continue the flow of blessings. I think the blessing of the Lord is associated with sincerity.
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