Being public and doing Public Theology is thus vital because it is obedient and a living witness to the goodness and loving-kindness of our Lord who became flesh for us and for our salvation. Conclusion: Christian faith is very personal but not private. It is both individual and communal. It transforms both human beings and humanly created structures and systems (culture is a man-made system). I think it is very important that a Christian should first read his/her culture in the light of the Bible.
I’m glad I can trust You, and tell You everything. Amen. INSERT IMAGE: 656081536 DAY 20: JUST AS YOU ARE You don’t have to be perfect before you can come to Jesus, you can come just as you are. That means that no matter what has happened in your life, or what you may have done, you can still talk to Jesus, and love Him. He loves you just as you are right now, and He wants to help you and spend time with you.
He has revealed our purpose. A plan for our lives revealed “In Christ.” 2. Example- Organizations that succeed understand their purpose and mission. Same is true for those “In Christ.” 3. Our mission is to Glorify God, Praise God, act on God’s plan for our lives, so that people can see God living in us!
The first and greatest commandment along with the second like it can be boiled down to a single word; love. To paraphrase these commands, we are to love God with all of our heart, soul, and mind; and to love others as ourselves. Biblical counseling helps us to love both God and others. As counselors, we draw close to God as we study His word and apply His truth. As the gospel is revealed to us, we see the immeasurable love that God has for us as we revisit the cross and the sacrifice Jesus made for each of us.
The effect of Eucharist will be felt more in the society if it is understood and projected in theory and practice as communion with Christ and with one another, www.iec2012.i.e/--/dr/zunnakwon What is Eucharist? Eucharist: It is the source and summit of the Christian life where we encounter Gods presence in personal profound ways. The Eucharist celebrated as community teaches us about human dignity, call us to right relationship with God ourselves and others. As the body of Christ, it sends us on mission to help transform our communities, neighbourhood and the world. www.iec2012.i.e/--/dr/zunnakwon Eucharist: Christian’s ceremony in which people eat bread and drink wine as a way of remembering Jesus Christ last meal before he died.
Casy would try to be a positive influence on every situation. Casy wanted to live “in a way Jesus did” by preaching and teaching about Christianity (McCoppin par. 11). He often referred to the Bible throughout his time in the novel. Casy was a living portrayal of Jesus through his personality, leadership, and influence.
The church and the Holy Eucharist will help the “good soil” sow, strengthen and amend them to nourish their spiritual growth to be aware and be involved with the society‘s dilemma. The research aims to inform that the church recognizes the young people to be the future adults of tomorrow but the reality of today. The research aims to remind the youth to be
Our Journey to God’s Glory James M. Vinyard Grace Bible College Abstract This paper discusses God’s plan for bringing many sons and daughters into glory. It will explain some of the main steps required to for a person to come into a clear understanding of God’s calling upon their life. Bring to light some of the misconceptions and pitfalls that people stumble into during their journey. It unveils the one reason God allows some things to remain hidden from us. Hopefully, this paper will encourage individuals to continue to persevere on their journey towards God’s goals for them.