Yahweh Essays

  • The Similarities Between The Ramayana And Iliad

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    Mythology is stories about a particular group of people or culture. They reflect the society structure, social value, believes and intellectual development of the people from certain civilization. They exist in every culture. There are two long-history civilization with deep, rich compile of mythology which existed in different parts of world far from each other. Even though they speak different language and believe various religion, they share amazing similarities between their mythologies with

  • Vacation Bible School Analysis

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    Introduction Sometimes it doesn’t seem like God cares. It is easy to get upset at God and blame Him when things don’t go like we think they should. In the lessons that follow, we will examine the life of a man named Joseph. One bad thing after another seems to take place in his life. Through it all, however, Joseph trusts and obeys God. When we get to the end of the story we see that God was there all the time working in his life. We may not know how God is working or why He allows certain things

  • The Handmaids Tale Power Analysis

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    You are granted power and want to alter a situation in order to benefit yourself. How do you do it? In the novel The Handmaid’s Tale by Margaret Atwood, individuals with power are found in situations they feel they need to change. They work to accomplish this change, by modifying and even twisting moral views to an interpretation that is advantageous to them. Power leads to the corruption of values, which is illustrated by the Gilead setting, the Aunts’ character, and the use of Offred’s first person

  • Redemption In The Odyssey

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    Homer uses the Gods and Goddesses impact on Odysseus to show how redemption can be earned which is illustrated through Foster's quest theory. Circe, Zeus, Poseidon, Athena, and Helios are gods that symbolize mythological ideas, whereas in the Odyssey they symbolize lessons Odysseus needs to learn. Odysseus is a man that is judged by the gods all the time, he is on a journey to get home to his family from war. Odysseus does not always make the best decisions and it gets himself in big trouble. Circe

  • Heroism In The Hobbit

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    In the previous essay regarding the meaning of a Biblical hero, the word “hero” is never truly defined. Rather, the essay explores the three pinnacle qualities a hero must not have. These three title-stripping characteristics were the possession of hate for their enemies and lack of discernment. Thus, if a person, elf, dwarf, or hobbit does have these qualities, then they are not a hero. The prior essay leaves no definition for what qualified someone as a hero if they pass the preliminary character

  • Comparing Hinduism And Indian Yahweh

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    absolute standard of truth, absolute reality—all these sums up the meaning of one of the most powerful words in the English vocabulary, Yahweh. The meaning of the word Yahweh may vary from country to country, religion to religion, and person to person. But despite having a couple of differences, there is always a few things that they have in common. They worship their Yahweh unconditionally and whole-heartedly. They may approach their god differently, but their sincerity is eternal. Hinduism has a vast

  • Yahweh Personal Shield Analysis

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    shields were the protection of the soldiers to prevent from being defeated. The shield of Faith is used a spiritual battle. It is a weapon that protects us as soldiers of Yahweh against any attacks of the adversary. This is made clear to us in Ephesians 6:16 where it says: "Above all, taking

  • Similarities Between Elohim And Yahweh

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    Question1: Describe and define the two names of God. Two names of God are Elohim and Yahweh Elohim The first name for God seen in the Bible is the Hebrew name Elohim (Gen 1:1). El suggests the idea of power, strength and authority. El in Hebrew means mighty or strong one. Throughout the Old Testament we see Elohim (our strong and mighty God) displaying his great strength and might. Elohim does not only refer to great strength and might but it is the plural form of the name Eloah. The plural

  • Yahweh: The Role Of The Heart In The Bible

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    Abba. You can exercise your heart with prayer by speaking the words of Yahweh and memorizing scriptures, exercising your faith by speaking the promises of Yahweh that are in His

  • Yahweh Short Story Analysis

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    Why did the writer wish to bring the book of Jonah to a climax with this dialogue between Yahweh and Jonah? What are the implications? c. Identify the key verses or strategic areas in chapter 4 that provide insight into the segment-as-a-whole. Recurrence of theme of lordship and concern of God; Recurrence of great/exceedingly and of evil; Recurrence of perish/die; Recurrence of contrast, and climax with contrast. d. Identify the literary form(s) employed in the segment. Prose narrative Chapter

  • Yahweh's Kingship

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    N. Oswalt notes that “God’s kingship is also suggested to through reference to the throne; few other biblical possess a theology of God as extensive and exalted to the fullness of this world, as the prophecies of Isaiah.” He further explains that Yahweh is “Almighty God,” whose infinite knowledge and power put to shame all other gods. He is the “Holy One of Israel,” whose infallible moral

  • Reflection On Selfishness

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    every period in history has fit that label. All throughout recorded history we see selfishness rearing its ugly face. Selfishness says the world revolves around me. Yahweh says everything revolves around Him. When we act selfishly we break this commandment by thinking of oneself as an elohim. When we put ourselves above Yahweh, we tend to rationalize Yahweh’s laws or we ignore His law. We all have some selfishness left in us. Did it ever do anything good in your life? Selfishness leads eventually

  • Habakkuk's Prayer Analysis

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    Habakkuk highlights the injustice that arises from God’s decision to allow evil to oppress the righteous. The revelation though God’s divine punishment and unforeseen promise ensured an everlasting faithfulness and trust between Yahweh and the people of Judah. The recollection and trust embodied in Habakkuk’s prayer allows for a remembrance of God’s covenant and faithfulness for his people. Habakkuk’s prayer questions God’s decision of succumbing the righteous to evil. The unforeseen plan set by

  • Summary: The Dispensation OF THE DISPENNIUM

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    THE DISPENSATION OF THE MILLENNIUM (i) Chapter 14 THE DISPENSATION OF THE MILLENNIUM (contd.) THE NAME OF GOD in The Millennium We have shown that God’s permanent and eternal name is the Tetragrammaton YHWH or “Yahweh”, as is the more commonly accepted pronunciation. It is with this name that He was known throughout the Old Testament (OT). We also showed that this name was changed to “Jesus” in the New Testament (NT). So JESUS is the dispensational name of God in the NT. As the Dispensation of the

  • Pros And Cons Of Christianity

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    PERSONS OF THE TRINITY We serve One God. The Bible supports the oneness of God, but we must understand that all three persons of the Trinity are God. Throughout the Bible we see indications that God is the “Heavenly Father”. For example, 2 Corinthians 6:18 tells us, “And I will be your Father, and you will be my sons and daughters, says the Lord Almighty” (NLT). Psalm 89:26 says, “He shall cry to Me, ‘You are my Father, My God, and the rock of my salvation’” (NKJV). Many other religions acknowledge

  • Why Does Jesus Use Miracles Essay

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    should reflect God like a mirror reflects our image. A mirror shows us the real us, it doesn’t lie or hide the truth about us; it shows us who we are. That’s how we should be in our reflection of God. We shouldn’t hide or compromise our walk with Yahweh just to fit in with the crowd or to please someone. God set us apart from the rest. Our walk and our talk should match God. God made us to praise and to serve Him and we should never compromise or hide that. With that said, God’s word tells us that

  • Latin Kings Research Paper

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    The Latin Kings are one of the most violent street gangs along with both the Bloods and the Crips. The Latin Kings originally were founded in the 1940's by a small group of Hispanics in the Chicago, Illinois area. They founded this gang to help the Hispanic community achieve a better way of life by preserving the Hispanic culture and promoting education. Unfortunately, the Latin Kings slowly started evolving as a criminal group and started spreading to Massachusetts, Connecticut, Rhode Island, New

  • Compare And Contrast Animism And Buddhism

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    being its followers. Judaism is the religion of Abraham and the Hebrews, and they follow one god called Yahweh. It started in 1800 BCE. The belief has a total of 14 million believers all around the world. Today, we look at why the two religions are more similar

  • Comparing Noah, Utnapishtim, And Deucalion

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    stories have similarities in the origin of the flood and the preparations taken for the flood. First of all, each story began with an angry god who wanted to wipe out humanity. However, the god was different in each story. In Noah, the angry god was Yahweh. “The Lord said, ‘I will blot out from the earth the men whom I

  • Jonah And Intertextual Dialogue Analysis

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    his thanksgiving that Yahweh has delivered him from drowning in the sea.34 The threats to Jeremiah's life are reflected in his "confessions" where he laments the hardships and difficulties of his prophetic calling (cf. Jer 11:18-12:6; 15:10-21; 17:14-18; 18:18-23; 20:7-18) and in the various narrative accounts where Jeremiah's enemies seek to put him to death (cf. Jer 11:19-23; 20:10-11; 26:1-15; 38:1-6). Both Jonah and Jeremiah experience great distress as prophets for Yahweh, but the irony is that