He particularly suffers when he an ought-in the normal order of things-to have share in this good and does not have it. Thus in a Christian view, the reality of suffering is explained through evil, which always, in some way refer to good. Suffering is the process of undergoing a painful experience and also we can say that it is the result of evil. The problem of evil and suffering always creates objections for God’s goodness and His omnipotence. Yet, from Christian point of view, these questions lead man to see suffering in a positive way rather than negative.
The guarded soul When we die our bodies are left behind on earth, but our souls go to meet God in the clouds. Our soul is therefore more important than our bodies. God breathed the breath of life into us; it is up to us to conserve our souls. We are able to nurture our souls through breathing the Word of God into our hearts, meditating on God's Word that strengthens our hearts and soul. We need to love God with all our heart and all our soul, so we have a responsibility to guard our souls, because even though we gain the whole world, we can still lose our soul.
When we repent of any sin, the blood of Jesus is able to purify us once again and make us pure in the eyes of the Lord. Repentance is not the permit to commit more sin, it is a way that brings us back to the righteousness of God. The reason sin attracts death is that sins chase away the light of God in our lives. When there is no light of God, there is death. The light of God brings blessings to those who abide in righteousness.
God DOES love you! More than you can ever imagine! And there's nothing you can do to make Him stop! Yes, our sins demand punishment - the punishment of death and separation from God. But, because of His great love, God sent His only Son Jesus to die for our sins.
He made it that all of our sins are forgiven and he could have easily just left us. But he didn’t, he loved us so much that he would be willing to die for us. Have you ever had a really bad day and nothing seems to go your way? Want someone to talk to? This is why I love Jesus.
He describes Gods anger towards those who do not follow and believe in Him. It is explained that God is the only one who is able to save people from going to Hell. Edwards wants people to imagine how evil and distressed life would be without Gods love and mercy. He explains that to not burn in Hell people need to ask for forgiveness from God, experience Gods mercy, and continuously practice the Lords word. Edwards really lets the message of “Gods wrath” sink into our minds to show how mighty, powerful, and capable the Lord is.
-Article 10- the forgiveness of sins Article 10 is very important in the everyday life of a Christian and Catholic. It is important as Christians and Catholics know if they do something to sin then God will forgive them if they have taken the right footsteps in life which are done through the two of the seven sacraments, baptism and reconciliation. -Article 11- the resurrection of the body Article 11 talks about how Catholics not only believe that our soul endless but also that at one point in time our body is scheduled to rise up from the grave. Simply what this article is trying to say is that death is a temporary detachment between the soul and the human body as a prediction for the end of the world. -Article 12- and the life everlasting The concluding article comes with a strong meaning for Catholics mainly on the Resurrection of their bodies.
Anyone who does not understand sin and its poisonous fruits will indulge in it in ignorance, but those who know the power of righteousness will understand their inheritance in Christ. The message of salvation is the message of being saved by God from the destructive power of sin, and the release of the blessing of God upon those the Lord has saved. When we declared Jesus as our Lord and Saviour, we were saved from the life of sin into the holiness of God. It would be difficult for you to understand salvation without understanding what you have been saved from. The gospel of salvation is the gospel of the power of righteousness, it is not the gospel of sin.
With the knowledge that though God made man and was happy with His work, I have inherited a fallen nature. Steeped in sin and being gripped by self-centeredness have strayed. In the Bible, we are taught that out of God’s love for us, He sent his son Jesus to be born like us, live like us, die like us and while doing so, paying the price of sin and make peace with God. I look upon sin as a lack or absence of wholeness. There are many adjectives to describe the many virtues that a man can possess, however, like my school motto ‘Imaculatta’ which translates to ‘purity’ but where purity means ‘totality’ or pure in every way, I would like to embrace wholeness as a state of grace.
Killing people would seem as an act of goodness or doing charity as bad thing. For this reason, existence of goodness and badness become important as never before. To put it briefly, we can say that nowadays society and religions play the significant role in defining goodness and badness, however, it appears obviously that goodness and badness can exist despite the society and religions because such thing as morality is incorporated in human nature. Every act of goodness and badness have their own purpose and do not have something in common. Because some people do good deeds in order to satisfy themselves or to feel themselves worthy of something.