Biblical Worldview Essay

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To understand myself and strengthen my relationship with God, it is important to read the Bible and understand the messages and purpose of each book. Having a Biblical worldview is important. It is the foundation of everything I say and do. The choices I make should be based off the word of God. To provide an insight into my thoughts on the word of God, I will be discussing Romans pertaining to questions that every person should think about.
To me, I believe the Book of Romans is one of the profound books in the Bible. To understand it properly, I will discuss several components within the book. Throughout the book there are many attributes describe God. He should be perceived as righteous and provide people with the faith of His righteousness. He won’t hesitate to be wrathful towards those who are unrighteous and display ungodliness. Romans state this about God, “For …show more content…

Human nature has become immersed in sin, rebelling and denying God as their creator. For me, I know that God created us and that there are consequences for sin. I have noticed how some people have judged others for their sin when they are hypocrites of the sin committed. Some people cannot comprehend that “all have sinned and fall short of the glory of God.” (3:23, NKJV) Even with this fact, if everyone is walking according to the Spirit than flesh, then there will be no condemnation for those who put their faith into Christ. (8:1, NKJV). A scripture I tend to favor is in Romans 8:12-13 which states, “Therefore, brethren, we are debtors—not to the flesh, to live according to the flesh. For if you live according to the flesh you will die; but if by the Spirit you put to death the deeds of the body, you will live.” Everyone was full of sin and were living in their flesh, but when Jesus Christ sat up upon the cross and died for our sins. He brought everyone closer to God so that our flesh is put to death but our spirit is made

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