The entire scripture does not mention any personal pronouns, the same way these are left out in everyday life. It’s based on “we” pledging, removing all sense of self from each being. It’s forced, as pledging from “we” means it’s coming from everyone, so to say otherwise would most likely be deemed evil. They aren’t pledging to much, either. It’s all based on the allegiance to concept of being one.
But for those who are self-seeking and who reject the truth and follow evil, there will be wrath and anger.” These verses mean that if the person is good in the sight of God and seek God, God will reward them with eternal life, but those who do bad in the sight of the Lord, will be punished. To conclude, the three stories, Ever After, “Aschenputtel,” and “Egyptian Cinderella” have similarities and
The words of the fifth verse, “By not faith alone” speak to me in terms of telling the reader to not only obtain your faith in not only yourself but also with your faith in GOD. The assumed person the poem seems to be referring to seems to have worn down his own energy/faith and after striven for so long in life, he becomes emotionally and mentally drained/unwell or “beaten down” as written in the poem. Curiously, Poe never truly reveals the person that the poem is centered around during the four stanzas that make up this
However, the most repeated command throughout the Bible is “Do not be afraid.” Doesn’t that sound like a contradiction? Not quite! Fear itself doesn’t displease the Lord - it’s how we react to fear, and the motivations behind our fear. Neither is our God’s perfect will for you and I to be afraid. The differing commands also depend on the context in which they were given - it is good for us to fear God and be obedient, but it’s sinful when that fear is focused on our own wellbeing.
The lyrics, “’God loves all his children’ is somehow forgotten” shows how although many religions are centred around support, acceptance, and love, it is also giving the world a cover for their fears/judgements. I think that as humans, we enjoy being in control in most situations. However, over time, society has contorted the original purpose of religion and now thinks it is their right to decide who and how someone can love another person. I completely agree with the statements that are written in the song. I believe everybody should have the right to love anyone, no matter what who, as they can’t change the way they love.
The person mentions he cannot see Love (God) because he does not deserve to, and he should go to hell. But Love (God) poses a rhetorical question towards the person mentioning that Love has served the high price for the persona sins. This poem emphasizes the truth of the relationship between the Creator and the created, and the rhymes in the poem rings for the relationship presented in this situation. For “who made the eyes, but I” (Herbert, line 6) the word eye and I echo each other, and it implicates the relationship between looking and the eye. The eyes were made for looking and looking upon the Creator.
If I had the authority to change my community in a positive way, I would attempt to label kindness and good deeds as what is expected, rather than attention-seeking ploys. I find it especially irksome to see how my community as a whole only does anything for attention. This is wrong. I believe that people should do everything out of love and kindness, and be selfless. One of my favorite bible verses is 1 Corinthians 16:14, “Let all that you do be done in love.” This quote really embodies my message, and the manner in which, I believe, my community should carry themselves.
In doing so it enhanced the more Christian and religious aspects of the book to help the audience understand the underlying concepts without boldly stating it as a “Christian Movie”. We can see this in songs such as the final “Epilogue”. Jean Valjean as well as with the Bishop and Fantine sing “Remember the truth that once was spoken / To love another person is to see the face of God.” This lyric is almost a direct quote from Genesis 33:10 “For to see your face is like seeing the face of God” (Bible). If you read the full verse Jacob says “If I have found favor in your eyes, accept this gift from me” (Bible.) Jacob is speaking to his brother Esau, he urges him to take his gift because the Lord was gracious with him and he has plenty.
It is not the time for questioning one’s faith or belief, but simply pray and let God direct one’s words and immediate action. In addition, be confident and competent assuring people of crisis because words and deeds are embedded in a person’s spirit. The Bible records God’s people perish concerning the knowledge of the will of God in their lives, (Hosea 4:6, EVS). It is good to keep an open mind to God’s word being the answer to every form of ministering. Matter of fact, the Bible makes it easy to minister because it exemplifies the trust is in God not human logic or