God’s love, strength, justice and wrath are infinite but the worldly disappointments, hatred and the fear ends. King uses Christian scriptures as his evidence. In the bible, God promised his people as long as they have full faith in him that he would aid them and strengthen them to do what is difficult in the midst of hard
I thank you Yahusha for bringing me, my perfect match, I am bone of his bone and flesh of his flesh. I thank you for sending the protective covering for me. Heavenly Father, please protect my husband’s state of mind and physical well-being because of praying this prayer. The I AM prays and come against any lies and slander that is spoken against my husband. As well as come against the spirit of revenge and that he is not looked down upon in his entire community.
“Tattoos on the Heart” by Gregory Boyle, exemplified God’s work, compassion, and kinship. Father Boyle expressed God’s work when he created the Homeboy Industries while back to help turn Homeboys’ lives around. God’s work is in us all. “God can get tiny, if we’re not careful. I’m certain we all have an image of God that becomes the touchstone” (19).
One could think of hardship not only as a test, but as the idea that God cannot intervene when it comes to a person’s free will, no matter how horrific the situation might be. This is true, especially when it comes to Christian teaching. The Christian God cannot interfere with the freedom He has given His people. Those who are followers of Him can only worry about themselves and leave the judgement up to the Almighty. They are responsible for themselves and only themselves.
He says, “I was not denying His existence, but I doubted His absolute justice” (45). Eliezer recognizes that this is not the God he is used to worshipping. He begins to distrust God’s judgement and questions God. Yet, this is what strengthens his faith and brings him closer to a God. When Eliezer first voices his skepticism at Birkenau, he still finds himself praying to God by whispering, “Yisgadal, veyiskadash, shmey raba …
With regard to relationships, Scripture teaches, “And let us consider how we may spur one another on toward love and good deeds, not giving up meeting together…” (Hebrews 10:24-25a, NASB). Likewise, positive communication is valued in Scripture, “Do not let any unwholesome talk come out of your mouths, but only what is helpful for building others up according to their needs, that it may benefit those who listen.” (Ephesians 4:29, NASB). Finally, commitment to justice is connected to one’s relationship with the Father, “But you must return to your God; maintain love and justice, and wait for your God always.”
One of the main ideas in this novel was the journey Kumalo took in order to overcome the challenges he had faced. The obstacles he was presented with included finding his daughter and his son. When he had found his son, Absalom, he was in a time of hardships and looked to God for answers. Therefore, Kumalo and Absalom were two characters who were strongly impacted by faith and their relationships with God, which allowed them both to forgive and ask for forgiveness. Being in a relationship with God and devoting one’s life to faith was what allowed Kumalo to forgive his children and strive to get his family back together.
The solution to our problem is not to be found in the Book of 1 Samuel, it is not even to be found in Psalm 34, but the key to our dilemma is contained in Psalm 56 is based on the same event in David's life will help us to see the folly of David's fears from which God delivered him: “When I am afraid, I will put my trust in Thee. In God, whose word I praise, in God I have put my trust; I shall not be afraid, what can man do to me?” (Psalm 56:3-4; v.10-11). In 1 Samuel 21:12 reads: And David took these words to heart, and greatly feared Achish king of Gath.” It was David's fear of Saul that prompted him to flee to Gath to seek protection of the Philistines in the book of (1 Samuel 27:1).
It is the powerful of God that other people cannot deny it. The main reason, people feel connected to God in all circumstances, means that they possess a confident, strong, and peaceful heart. It inspires a believer to have continuous awareness of God which is a key to lasting happiness in life. For example, institute of Islamic banking and insurance use Islam ways as a guideline for purpose handling the issues relating its daily business activities. Islam serves a complete concept that available for people to use it.
Why did I breathe?” (Wiesel 34). Based on this indication, it is obvious that the writer believes in the need for every individual to pray to God constantly and trust in Him at all times. Eliezer believes that praying to God faithfully should be at the core of everyone’s existence. By showing his unconditional love for God, who is all-powerful and kind, Eliezer is of the opinion that his life would be meaningless if he did not have faith in this divine being.
John Winthrop’s “A Model of Christian Charity” showed that the people valued their God most importantly for their God was their only hope in surviving in a new environment. Jonathan Edwards’ “Sinners in the Hands of an Angry God” was said very seriously and was taken seriously by the people who listened to the sermon. Edwards focused on a lot towards how sinners will be punished by God and will suffer an eternal punishment if they did not change their ways. Qualities shown were very serious and religious to achieve a well functioning society. George Washington’s Rules of Civility were also serious and showed that people must show the qualities of honesty, respectfulness, and self discipline.
For example, once Wisel found himself in the concentration camps, he started to question God, and why he permit something as horrible as the Holocaust to occur. On page 33, he asks, “Why should I sanctify is name?... What was there to thank him for?” Elie starts to question why he should continue to have a relationship with God, because He had allowed a traumatic event, such as the Holocaust to exist, proving the relationship to be challenged. As the story continues, Wiesel proceeded to ask himself questions.
However there are always some question to God’s judgement on why he does certain things. Meanwhile, Edwards is depicting to the Puritans that God does not like to be question on things that he does to us. “In the house of God, it is nothing
King James then explains in the text on page 299, “I shall not want.” The meaning to this is saying that as he is in christ’s care, ( as a sheep), that he is very confident that he lacks nothing. I like the way that this psalm explaining life, because it says that he is putting god and god’s way of life first and above all. I strongly believe this is the way of life because you need to have god first, because god was the one that put you on this earth to begin with. He uses, “Green-Pastures, and Still- Waters” as a blessed thing in his life, which goes to show how great god really is to be