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    The Composition of a True Christian

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    holiness without which no man shall see the Lord” (Metaxas, 221). Saint Augustine considered his transformation a “conversion and regeneration” by God’s baptism (Augustine, 158). Mother Theresa “gave herself to Christ, and through Him, to her neighbor (Muggeridge, 16). From this starting point, a Christian grows further in his faith by growing in the knowledge of Christ. In Him, Wilberforce says, “whom to know i... ... middle of paper ... ...Christian. It takes the admittance of sin, followed by the

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    A Small Woman with a Fat Heart

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    From a child who felt God’s call to a world famous nun, Mother Teresa’s life was full of love and care. She felt that vows were serious and helpful for a spiritual life. She influenced many people with God’s love, from an agnostic reporter to people listening to her talk. Every act she did she wanted to be something beautiful for God. From helping beggars on the street to orphans found in trash cans, she wanted her entire life to be filled with love for God and others. Agnes Gonxha Bojaxhiu was

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    Spur Us On

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    born humbly in the country of Yugoslavia on August 27, 1910 (Muggeridge, 154). She was raised up in a very loving and caring home, and was living life like any other school girl, when as a teenager, she felt that God was calling her to become a missionary to spread the Gospel. At first, she was hesitant to respond to such a command, but eventually, she knew she could do nothing but obey wholeheartedly God’s will for her life (Muggeridge, 16). She surrendered, and went to Italy. From 1929 to 1941,

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    Mother Teresa

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    dent in the society around her by serving the poorest of the poor, leaving a mark in history for her radical abandonment, and raising the standard to all beleivers by challenging the church to a higher calling of loving “Jesus in disguise. “Malcom Muggeridge attempts to capture her life and ministry in his book “Something Beautiful for God.” However, her ministry cannot be described merely through logistics or numbers, because it had greater purpose than to serve. Mother Teresa and her fellow nuns loved

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    Mother Teresa

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    extraordinary life. With one word to describe her, I would say she was miraculous. Work Cited Crimp, Susan. Touched by a Saint: Personal Encounters with Mother Teresa. Notre      Dame, Indiana: Sorin Books, 2000. Muggeridge, Malcolm. Something Beautiful for God: Mother Teresa of Calcutta. New      York: Harper & Row, 1971. Spink, Kathryn. Mother Teresa: A Complete Authorized Biography. San Francisco:      HarperSanFrancisco, 1997. -------.     The Miracle of Love: Mother

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    The Utopian Vision of Mother Teresa

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    Entire World Says 'Goodbye' and 'Godspeed' to Mother Teresa". Chicago Tribune, reprinted by The Providence Sunday Journal, September 14, 1997, Volume CXI, No. 37, pages A-1, 14. http://www.cuttingedge.org/news/n1109.cfm Accessed 2/14/99 Muggeridge, Malcolm. Something Beautiful For God. New York: Ballantine Books, 1971. Roehl, Jayson. "Mother Teresa: Love and Politics" http://www.neopolitique.org/articles/nov97-teresa.html Accessed 2/14/99 "Suffering Servants" http://www.in.net/~servant/servmo-t

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    A Legacy of Love

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    and you gave me something to drink, I was a stranger and you invited me in, I needed clothes and you clothed me, I was sick and you looked after me, I was in prison and you came to visit me. (Matthew 25: 35, NIV) In Something Beautiful for God, Muggeridge explains, “Mother Teresa is fond of saying that welfare is for a purpose – an admirable and a necessary one – whereas Christian love is for a person.” Person by person, she has touch numberless people all over the world. Born in 1910 in Yugoslavia

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    ​Have you ever had to choose between living a life of luxury and plenty or choose one that contained hardship and want, but you were able to help the poor? Mother Teresa, in the book Something Beautiful for God, written by Malcum Muggeridge, had to face this same issue. Everyone believes that Mother Teresa helped the poor, but some believe that Mother Teresa should have helped them and some believe they should have not. ​It all started in 1922 in Skopje, Yugoslavia. One day while, the soon to be

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    Through history there have been many enigmatic and memorable characters that have changed or impacted the world in a positive way. "Do not wait for leaders. Do it alone. Person to person." -- Mother Teresa. This quote from mother Teresa inspires people for not to wait for someone to lead them, they have to be their own leaders, you can start by your own, even though the change is slow, it is worth it. Mother Teresa of Calcutta a Roman Catholic nun, was one of those persons that with their love,

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    children. Mrs. Large met with Mother Teresa and heard stories of her work with the Indian people. Because Malcolm Muggeridge held a reporter's fascination with Mother Teresa's work in the slums of India, he interviewed her for his book, Something Beautiful for God. Everyone can agree that Mother Teresa did wonderful things for human society. Muggeridge's biography of her is equally inspiring. Muggeridge says that he felt abashed when he walked with Mother Teresa through the slums because of her great

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