Incarnational Union soteriology conveys the holy work of our savior, Jesus Christ, through him becoming human to save the world from sin. God the Father begot the Son and then sent him to save the Lord 's people from themselves. The glorious Son had to become human, so that all humans could become God and be in eternal Union with the Trinity. He also had to die for our sins to show obedience to God, thus setting an example for all. Jesus is the ultimate example of a person, human and divine because as the following states, "There is no greater love than to lay down one 's life for one 's friends," (John 15:13, New Living Translation).
When Ulysses, Delmar, Pete, and Tommy are going to get hung and die, Ulysses prays to god so that he will live and get back to his daughters. God then sends a sudden flood and saves them. Ulysses still denies it he says that there is an obvious explanation for it to happen. The only difference in the theme is that Odysseus realizes that he really is nothing without the help of the gods. Ulysses just thinks it’s a
The play uses allegorical characters to evaluate the question of a Christian’s salvation and how man must attain it. “The plot of Everyman obviously consist of a test of Friendship made by a worldly young man when he suddenly learns that God has summoned him to his reckoning” (Conley, 1969, p. 374). Author’s Perception of the Play In the morality play “Everyman”, the author shares his comprehension of death and how death’s treatment is a symbolic message that comes from God. The idea of the play is that God sends his message through Death, which humans can’t avoid
As a faithful believer, Dimmesdale put all of his heart in to God, but he cannot admit his relationship with Hester. He did not realize his mistake until he talked with Hester at the forest. God plans a perfect place for Dimmesdale to claim his sin, the same place Hester reveal seven years ago. He admit his sin as a winner who fight with sin.Author use irony to show those do not admit sin that sin will reveal no matter how you hide it. “ ‘Thou hast escaped me!"
In addition, Chris Kyle used passion when it came to being there for his family. Chris Kyle’s wife talks in the book “American Sniper” about her and Chris’s disputes throughout their marriage, but they got through it all and she’s glad they did. Chris had talked about how even through all the distance between them, they still had “some kind of connection” and that would be what both Chris and Taya held onto (Kyle). Chris was deployed 4 times, but he had still managed to keep a bond with his family. Chris was a new father and had yet to bond with his kids, after both of them were born he was deployed again, only being able to see them for a brief period of time.
One of the quotation that can support that he’s a hero is when he realized the children are in the burning church he was not afraid at all and said, “I’ll get them, don’t worry!” (p. 91) This quotation supports my statement because it he said to not worry, because he’ll get them which shows he’s courageous and helps others. Ponyboy is also very strong and not a coward. One of the quotations that can support my statement is when he goes inside the burning church and it was “a red hell”, Ponyboy said, “I should be scared, I thought with an old detached feeling, but I’m not.” (p. 92) This quotation supports my statement because usually when normal people has to go in a church that’s on fire, they would be scared to death and scream their heads off, but Ponyboy should’ve been scared too, but he wasn’t,
The Moua journey began thirteen years ago, fighting to hold the tears back. People said, coming to America will change the life of Hmong families. Many different people, from many different countries, with different communication styles are all over the world that immigrated to America, one of those people are Hmong, they speak two dialects of a language. These dialects are known as Hmoob dawb (Hmong white) and Hmoob ntxhauj (Hmong green). Along twenty-three-hour fight lay ahead of them, as they realize it was time to say good-bye to their native family and home as tears rolled down their eyes.
In Paul’s first letter to the Corinthian church he begins to debunk theories which were spreading regarding the afterlife. Apparently the Corinthian church had people teaching there was no resurrection of the dead, which means Jesus stayed dead. As Paul is working through the truth of the resurrection of the dead he declares something which resonates through the years to us today. He writes, “’Death has been swallowed up in victory.’ ‘Where, O death is your victory? Where, O death is your sting (The Holy Bible)?’” Paul declares death to be beaten, and hope is now reigning in its place.
Seemingly, both men are simply following the wishes of the divine. Jesus has been sent down to Earth by the Lord to “save his people from their sins” [Matthew 1: 21]. His entire life is devoted to spreading the word of God, and he is ultimately crucified so that all have the opportunity to live in the Kingdom of God. Throughout the Gospels, Jesus is constantly giving thanks to the Lord and reminding those around him that the miracles that are being performed are done so out of God’s grace. After his encounter with the Samaritan woman at the well, Jesus says, “My food is to do the will of him who sent me and to accomplish his work” [John 4:34].
It was like trying to teach a dog how to sit. Once we taught them the alphabet and the different words we wanted them to start reading the bible so they could only believe in God, and transfer their “dark heart” to a heart of the heavens. I truly believe we have accomplished some great things in the past 10 months and I surely hope the Hawaiians can all be converted to Christians. My greatest hope is that we keep escalating and improving, but also that we can greatly impact the hawaiian society for several generations to come. Please write back to me as soon as you can so I can explain some thrilling new