Through it all, however, Joseph trusts and obeys God. When we get to the end of the story we see that God was there all the time working in his life. We may not know how God is working or why He allows certain things to happen in our lives. But we can rest assured that God knows what He is doing and whatever He does or allows is for the best. We may not ever fully understand God’s actions or work while we are on this earth, but one day in eternity we will be able to look back and see that He was there all the time.
Yes I learned to do everything differently because of that moment in my life. That was the beginning of my journey home to my lord and savior. But there were other moments when I was led by the Holy Spirit to other people and by his grace I did not and have not faltered. Many times I have reflected on that moment and I’ve seen his holy plan for me. My faith is my strength.
Despite the many persecution I face due to my religious affiliation, I still hold a respectful view of everyone’s beliefs and values. This is why I have been able to spend hours in the field ministry, preaching, in order that all may gain knowledge of God. In doing so I wish to change the attitudes of people and in doing so changing the community and thus the world. Firstly, the world we live in today is slowly engulfing the minds
When I stopped trying to please my coach and focused on working hard for the glory of God and for myself, I became a stronger athlete and person. I spent so much time on the court worrying about making a mistake and being pulled out of the game that I would end up making a mistake. I soon learned that trying to please man is impossible because as humans we are never truly content and that I should not strive to be a people pleaser. Although the experience was painful, I was able to identify and have empathy for those who experienced this same situation while I was still on the team. I was able to be a listening ear and stand up for those teammates when they couldn’t stand up for themselves.
When they had seen him, they spread the word concerning what had been told them about this child, and all who heard it were amazed at what the shepherds said to them. But Mary treasured up all these things and pondered them in her heart." Why did He come? Why did God send His son to this sometimes cruel and hard world? He sent Jesus to us so that one day, He would grow up to become a very important part of history.
Also, it showed me all the bad times in life always passes and they do not remain constant in life. I will definitely incorporate these lesson that I have learned from this experience. Significant Point of the Interview The most significant point of the interview was when I came to know the amount of hardships and struggle that Mr. R.A.M had to go through to get to the point where he is right now. He did not have all the necessities, resources, and support during his early stages of life, but despite all the challenges he kept working hard with positive attitude. Religion also played an important part in Mr. R.A.M life.
The obstacle that must be faced! The challenge that must be meet! I can do all things through Christ that strengthens me!” There will be “things” this new year that you and I will have to deal with! But I want you always to remember, “You can do. .
What being a Christian means to me, is that, the most important thing is to treat people in the best way possible and treat every situation with empathy and understanding. That being said, even though I may have different views on my faith now than when I did when I was younger, I still apply many of the viewpoints that I credit to my faith on a daily basis. I believe that this has helped shape me into the type of person that thrives on helping people and finds comfort in focusing on being a caretaker of others. On a daily basis, I have to deal with stereotypes when it comes to my race and religion with regards to my personality. I am constantly told that I need to be more creative when choosing my passions instead of focusing on what seems like the “easy route”.
As I taught the people in the tiny village of San Joaquin about how to build a relationship with the lord they taught me an equally important lesson. They taught me how to love and be grateful for everything and every person I had, to always keep my head up, and to never complain about something unless it was necessary and beneficial to me. Coming home from that trip I felt brand new and refreshed. Telling myself that I was finished being selfish over things that I want, and realizing that sometimes things happen that I don’t have any control over. A new mindset put me in an upright direction for caring more about others around me and helping out at any chance that came my way.
I have overcome my failures my accepting who I am in Christ. Having true knowledge and understanding of who I give me more insight of my faults and failures and to accept the reality that I can go forward without depending on people 's approval of acceptance, which is a big problem to many so-called ‘failures’ of life. Without the many failures that I had experienced in my life, I would not have decided to choose to go back to college to receive my degree. To make the right decision to choose the right man to marry, and most of all making the right decision to accept my passion from my heart desires to help and to serve others from my business. My past failures came from my wrong decisions of choices that I initiated.