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  • Personal Narrative: My Transformation from a Non-Believer to a Follower of God

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    I have long believed that God was a tale, a story, a Santa Claus or maybe worse, that he did not even exist. Now, I have drastically changed my mind and I strongly believe that He exists, guides, helps, and cares for those who have followed and supported him. By believe I mean, to accept as true or real, to credit with veracity, to expect or suppose, to have firm confidence, to have trust, and overall, to have faith, something special and unique which make us free. That is the way as believe in Him

  • The Importance Of Religious Beliefs

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    someone cannot have good reasoning for religious beliefs. It is possible to justify one’s religious beliefs to a non-believer if the believer themselves wholly believe that the religion has truth. Because there is no way you can teach someone something if you do not have knowledge of the subject yourself. Though it would be most definitely hard to even begin to get a non-believer to change their atheist ways suddenly. It would not only take much convincing but an event in one’s life would have had

  • The Loss Of God 's Strength

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    these struggles can be significantly more difficult. Believers, however, have a bounty of strength to draw from- God’s strength. When followers of Christ struggle, they have an infinite wealth of strength that is accessible at any time. However, for a Christian to be strong in the presence of struggles they must first know from whom they draw their strength. Because of the struggles and trials that all people will face, it is important for believers to understand that in order to find a deep-rooted

  • Importance Of The Sermon On The Mount

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    the Kingdom should reflect the heart of Jesus and show mercy to people. God requires more from the believer than living by a set of rules. God cares about the believers attitudes and motives. Jesus desire the followers to obey the word of God and respect one another in kindness. Jesus is describing what the Christian life will be like in the kingdom

  • The Importance Of The Holy Church In The New Christian Church

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    connection to Christ ministry on earth, the work of the Holy Spirit, and the initiation of the new Christian church era. The Pentecostal experience was a great outpouring upon the believers with the ability to speak in other languages. However, this was not the overarching meaning of the Pentecost occurrence. The believers that were in the house during the experience were able to witness to other people because of the Holy Spirit. It was the witnessing that promoted Christ and the deeds of God’s power

  • Islamic Rituals In The Islamic Tradition

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    Hypothesis: Islamic Rituals are important to the Islamic tradition. Characteristics of Islam rituals include: purification, charity, fasting and prayer. The individual believer finds Islamic rituals important. Chairs and Prayer are two of the main rituals. Introduction: The Islamic tradition finds rituals extremely important. They have five pillars, each pillar has a ritual the five pillars are, prayer, charity, fasting, the pilgrimage to Mecca and the profession of faith. Islam is a very ritualistic

  • Review of The Complete Green Letters by Miles J.

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    ideas offered in this book are intriguing and I will have to revisit them in the near future. Conclusion In general, The Complete Green Letters is a one stop guide to personal spiritual growth that any serious believer could use to develop a long term plan. This is a book that any believer needs to take a look at. While this book is neither easy to read nor is it quickly understood, the many guidelines and ideas make it an interesting and thought provoking read. There is a substantial reward for

  • Examining Pascal's Argument for God

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    either believe or disbelieve based on logic. Pascal says that the choice is between several sets of human qualities or characteristics: the true vs. the good, reason vs. will, knowledge vs. happiness, and error vs. misery. He theorizes that the believer who turns out to be correct in his belief will have true good, agreement with rea... ... middle of paper ... ... of belief that have been created around the deity by humans. Even if there is a God and belief in Him is founded, there is no way

  • Christian Discipleship

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    placed on the felt board during Sunday school. Through my research, I have discovered that while accepting Christ through faith alone grants us salvation, to become a disciple of Christ, or practice discipleship, requires work and commitment from the believer. The word disciple, or the Greek word mathetes, is used over 220 times in the Gospels, but not once in the Epistles, those letters written right after Christ's resurrection ("A Church-speak, n. d.). As customary for the Greek usage of the word

  • The Bible Is Without Error, And Thus True

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    the believer’s faith. However, the teachers who have this knowledge must present the information eloquently, so that the believers can be edified with the speech as well. Without proper teaching and learning, the believers can take a relative interpretation of the Word and “quote scriptures according to his understanding or preference” (Augustine, 105). In order for the believers to fully absorb the truth, the contemporary church needs to equip the skills in the ministers and teach Christians proper