The Bible tells Christiansin the book of John 3: 16, to love one another just the same way God loves them and sent His only son to rescue them from sin. The Bible does not want Christians to go in to war with fellow Christians nor to seek revenge but to ask God for help. Christians are allowed to choose their leaders and ask God for guidance in order to choose the right leader (Dockery &Thornbury, 2002). Leadership also comes from God and whoever has been elected as the leader holds a divine position that should be respected by the followers. God expects leaders to be wise in their decisions and rule justly.
In this religion, Christians believe that: no one can survive and be protected without the faith of believing in God, that the son of God is to be humble and unselfish, and that the life that one life and happiness was given to them by God. Beowulf a New Telling was originally written in Paganism, then converted to Christianity. Christianity and Paganism are very close religions. There are many discussions rather Beowulf has Element of Christianity or not. People say that Beowulf represents God through his leadership, and risking his life for the peoples benefit, much like God did.
Grace is “the love of God shown to the unlovely; the peace of God given to the restless; the unmerited favor of God,” (Holcomb). It’s the belief that God grants humans salvation and the He can grant it to anyone, even the least likely candidates. Grace has innumerable definitions depending on who is asked. Some people define grace as the outward expression of the harmony of the soul. Others define grace as that which saves the worst of us.
Beliefs: 6-10 most important beliefs about God and the Bible 1. God – I belief that God is Love and the one who spoke to create life and constantly shows his unconditional love to his creation. He is jealous for His creation and has proven His love through Jesus and the Holy Spirit. (1 Corinthians 14:33; 1 John 4:7-9; 1 John 4:16; Ezekiel 36:6) 2. Jesus Christ – I believe that Jesus is God’s unconditional love in action and the only way to achieve a personal relationship with
The father asks Jesus if there is anything he can do to help. In response Jesus exclaims, “If I can! Everything is possible to one who has faith” (9:23). This quote nearly exemplifies Jesus’ message on the importance of having faith. The father and the many bystanders question the power of God when even the disciples cannot help the boy.
DAY 18: ALL ABOUT SALVATION What does Salvation mean? It’s not a word we use a lot, but it’s a big word that means a lot. Salvation is the word we use when someone asks Jesus to live in their heart, to forgive their sins and give them a life in heaven after they die. The Bible tells us that Salvation means we are rescued, or saved, because when we ask Jesus into our heart, He saves us from our sins and the punishment of our sins. It is a good word to remember, because it’s a word that changes our lives forever for those who love Jesus.
You do not give an eye for an eye instead it is suggested to give even more than what they had originally wanted (p 172). Jesus' love overflows in the human connection where he gives more than asked of. Taoism wants you to stay in your lane but will not ignore the other if they are in need. In Christianity we are born again. This does not mean a physical birth but it is being born again in Christ.
Luke also highlights the behavior and deeds of certain characters as role models of Christianity. In addition, he emphasizes the innocence of Jesus and other characters against Roman accusations. The Acts are in fact, the narration of the fulfillment of God’s promises to the Israelites through the acts carried out by Jesus and his disciples. This biblical book covers the idea of universal salvation by accentuating that Christianity is a means of deliverance for all communities. On that same note, the author goes further by providing examples of God’s promises being fulfilled for non-Jewish people which began in Samaria and Syria.
And, as God’s creations, the angels are unwilling to suffer for the sins of another. The Son, however, jumps at the chance. This is by all means a fatherly tactic. Just as a human father may vaguely refer to a cookie he doesn’t want that he knows his son will ask for, God places a task in from of his ‘children’ that He knows the Son will volunteer to take. Being God, He knows exactly who will make the sacrifice, who will offer their service.
The teaching had to cover backgrounds from tax collectors to Pharisees. By his telling of the three parables, Jesus effectively communicates God’s nature as, “God does not do what the hearers expect God to do, for in the kingdom of God grace is always bestowed upon those who least warrant or presume upon it.” Upon grasping this understanding, there are a few certain applications the modern Christian can understand. First, Grace is unearned and undeserved. Throughout the parable, the Father is giving and showing his sons those things that they do not deserve; with the younger son, his inheritance then his forgiveness and celebration and with the older son, patients and understanding. A second application is, Jesus made it a point that his mission was not to conform to the social or cultural patterns of the day, but to “Seek and to save the lost” (Luke 19:10).
Mt 18:4 Christ tells disciples to be humble as a little child 4 Whosoever therefore shall humble himself as this little child, the same is the greatest in the kingdom of heaven. Dt 8:16 An exhortation to obedience and remembrance 16 who fed thee in the wilderness with manna, which thy fathers knew not; that , to do thee
Week Four Devotional Luke 10:27 God’s command is for us to love Him with our total being. This cannot be accomplished on our own. Apart from God, it is impossible to love Him. One must know God for who He is. Apostle John makes it clear that one must be born again (1Joh 5:1).
5). Christianity also upholds the belief that God was in the beginning and he was the creator of all things. Christians also believe in messengers, or disciples, who were sent to spread the word of God and to “bear witness to the light” (Doc 6.). However, the messenger and God himself was not always accepted. Similar to Islamic faith, the reason for existence for Christians is to please their God, and receive salvation through Jesus Christ so they may live eternally in
I believe this because Jesus gave his own life for us saving us from our sins. To save us from our own wrongdoings. My favorite bible verse often reminds of God’s love for us. “For God so loved the world that he gave his one and only son so that whoever believes in him shall not perish but have eternal life.” -John