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  • Once Saved Always Saved Is Wrong

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    “Once saved always saved”-----WRONG----- Scriptures: Proof From the Gospels Luke 8:5-8,11-15 ; 12:45,46 ; 14:34,35 ; 15:13,21,24 ; 22:31,32 John 15:1,2,3,6 Proof from Romans to 2 Thessalonians Romans 11:17-22 1 Cor. 9:27 ; 10:12 ; 15:1,2 Gal. 5:4-7 Phil. 2:12,13 Col. 1:21-23 2 Thes. 2:3 Proof from 1 timothy to james 1 Tim. 1:5-7 ; 3:6,7 ; 4:1 ; 5:12,15 ; 6:10,20,21 2 Thim. 2:17,18 ; 3:14,15 ; 4:3,4 Hebrews 2:1-3 ; 3:12-14,18 ; 4:1,11-13 ; 6:4-6 ; 10:26,29,38 ; 12:15-17 James 5:19-20 Proof

  • If Time Could Be Saved In A [in a] Bottle

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    If Time Could Be Saved In A [in a] Bottle [Nice title -- I wish more students put more thought into their titles.] 1 Anyone who has much exposure to the geriatric population knows that some elderly people are very content with their lives. Even though their bodies may not possess the same physical capabilities that they did in youth, they are surrounded by an aura of contentment that almost make one envious of the inner peace reaped as compensation for a life lived to its fullest capacity

  • Salvation by Langston Hughes

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    centering on a revival gathering that happened in his childhood. During the days leading up to the event, Hughes' aunt tells him repeatedly that he will be 'saved', stressing that he will see a light and Jesus will come into his life. He attends the meeting but when Jesus fails to appear, he is forced by peer pressure to lie and go up and be 'saved'. Hughes uses his story to illustrate how easy it is for children to misinterpret adults and subsequently become disillusioned. Adults sometimes forget

  • Ethics Reflection

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    decision. There are two individuals unconscious in the burning building, and only one can be saved. One person is Dr. Rutland, a world-renowned pioneer in treating suicidal-depressives. The medication he has developed has helped thousands of patients already, and when perfected, will save many more. The other individual is Dr. Rutland’s secretary. Being that only one person is to survive, who should be saved? In order to decide what the moral or ethical decision would be in this situation, one may

  • Noah and the Ark

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    Noah and the Ark The story of Noah and the ark is probably one of the most read stories of the bible. Perhaps it is because of the great tragedy it portrays, or because it is a story of salvation. Noah and his family along with the animals were saved from the flood, while the other people and animals perished as a result of it. Growing up the story of Noah and the ark was one of my favorites; Quite simply because of the drawings depicting the story. They appeared so beautiful, when after many

  • Scripture Analysis

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    Scripture Analysis "It is finished!" John 19:30. What Christ is referring to here is the accomplished salvation of the people. What that means is that when we are saved, we do not have to put out burnt saccrifices up to Him. It is no longer needed because Christ died for us, which took away the iniquities of our sin. He did this out of great love for us. This is exemplified in John 3:16 "For God so loved the world that he gave his only begotton son that who so ever belief in him shall

  • The Lies Of Satan

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    another lie of Satan. There are many popular beliefs, which I will briefly describe, that Satan uses to deceive people today. Universalism is popular lie that Satan uses to deceive today. Basically Universalism is the belief that everyone will be saved and no one will be condemned. Matthew 7:13 & 14 contradicts this theory by stating "Wide is the gate and broad is the way that leads to destruction and there are many who go in by it. Because narrow is the gate and difficult is the way which leads

  • Poverty Among Women

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    traveling first and second-class were the first to be saved, but the women and children in third-class and steerage were either the last ones to be saved or rather not saved at all, so much so that 45 percent of the women and 70 percent of the children in steerage died. Sidel claims that the same way certain women and children on board the Titanic were the last to be saved, in the United States as well, certain women and children are not the first to be saved, but rather the first ones to fall into poverty

  • Symbolism in Piggys Specs

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    boys should act "What are we? Humans? Or animals? Or savages. What are grownups going to think?" It is this desire for docorum that underlines Piggy's belief that they will all be saved from the island - the only person to believe this will happen. Therefore Piggy himself becomes symbolic of the boys' hope to be saved from the island. The hope literally comes from his glasses. Piggy's spectacles are taken from him and used to start smoke signals. Without glasses Piggy's sight, like the boys' vision

  • Of Mice And Men

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    George made the right decision in saving Lennie from himself and others. Candy’s dog was no good to itself and was going to be shot by strangers. It would have been better for Candy to shoot him himself. It would have been better for Candy’s dog to be saved from himself by a friend than by a stranger. George was in the right by ending Lennie’s life himself. There was no stopping the inevitable. The workers would have gotten the dog killed any way they could. The same is true for George. Curly and the

  • Nobody Comes in Samuel Beckett’s Waiting for Godot

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    first asserted in Vladimir’s discussion of a parable from the Bible. Of the two thieves crucified at the same time as Christ, one was saved and one was damned. Given this knowledge, Vladimir ponders: "…how is it…that of the four Evangelists only one speaks of a thief being saved. The four of them were there - or thereabouts - and only one speaks of a thief being saved….Of the other three, two don’t mention any thieves at all and the third says that both of them abused [Christ]….But all four were there

  • The Outsiders

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    his two older brothers and with the Socs. He handles it pretty well until one day when he was being jumped by the Socs he spit on one of them that started a brawl that escalated into a murder. Ponyboy has a good relationship with Johnny. Johnny saved Ponyboy's life by killing a Soc when the Soc was drowning Ponyboy. Ponyboy and Johnny have to hide out in an old abandoned church together. They were best friends. Johnny's last words to Ponyboy were "Stay gold, Ponyboy. Stay gold_" This says that

  • Abiding in the Lord

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    but we cannot give life to others or cause them to grow. Lord, only You can do these things. For this reason, we really look to You to take care of the needs of everyone, especially the newly saved ones, that we may be full of light within and have Your word as a base to know assuredly that we have been saved, and that every one of us may become living to flow out Your life from within us. O Lord, give us the utterance and pour out Yourself again upon us so that Your thought, Your feeling, and Your

  • Religion

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    example, when someone who believes in God has a series of bad situations, such as a divorce, a death in the family, and a loss of their job, they would automatically pray for a brighter future as they feel that God is the only way in which they can be saved. If God did not exist, then humans would feel they were in the dark, not knowing how to deal with certain situations. Inventing a God in this situation would allow light to be shed on these situations. God is something that many people live for and

  • The Two Towers

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    them his true face. They couldn’t belief their eyes – it was Gandalf. He told them that Merry and Pippin were saved and that he would go to the capital of Rohan. The king wasn’t able to do what he wants when they arrived. Gandalf helped him and the king through his adviser out of his lands because he had a black character. The king decided to go to Helms Clam, where his nation should be saved. Gandalf didn’t have the same opinion and ridded away. On the way there they were attacked by War riders. In

  • Analysis Of Its A Wonderful Life

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    a strong grudge against him, from the beginning. Clarence, an angel, was sent down to save George from doing evil by committing suicide. The angel saved him in many ways. George didn’t commit suicide, because he was too busy saving Clarence. Clarence took him to "Pottersville" and showed him what the world would be like if he was never born. That saved George in a way as well. George learned what he had to be thankful for. I thought this film to be very intellectual. ...

  • Sam Bass

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    a proper education and made him work on the farm when he was old enough. •     While working as a teamster at the age of eighteen he drove a herd of cattle to Denton Texas and stayed working for the local Sheriff, WF "dad" Eagan. •     When Sam saved up enough money he bought a prize winning horse that won him enough money to quit working for Eagan. •     With the money he had Sam started mixing with the "rowdies". •     One day Sam And Underwood, one of the "rowdies" bought melons from the local

  • Kindred

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    Hands of Dana Dana and Rufus might look like friends from the outside, but Dana’s feelings for him are quite different from what we think of them. To begin with Dana sees Rufus as a child needing or relying upon her protection. For instance, when Dana saved him from drowning in the river. Secondly, she views him as a man of his time. In another words Rufus’s personality is the way that any other man would have been in that period of time towards his slaves. Lastly, he is a ruthless and vicious slaveholder

  • The Big Game

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    time. We went down the field, shot the ball, and the goalie saved it. He threw the ball up to his forward right in front of me, and I stepped up and hit the kid to prevent him from getting the pass and scoring. When I hit him, he fell straight to the ground and I couldn’t see where the ball was. It bounced and went in the net. I was so embarrassed at that point. The next face Dedham won it. The kid shot the ball immediately, but I saved it. The one thing my coach always said to me was, “to use the

  • Socrates: the Question of Morality

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    consistent with what I said earlier it has to be the art of giving benefit and harm to friends and enemies respectively. Socrates makes a point that morality only seems to be useful when something is not being used, for example when money needs to be saved. Socrates asks if a moral person can harm anyone and Polemarchus agreed that a moral person could harm an evil man. What Socrates was trying to get at was well if this man was really moral why is he trying to harm anyone. Socrates goes on saying many