September 2, 2014
Worldview can be defined any what a person feels it means. This can be how a person makes determinations and analyzes things around them. With that being said I believe the worldview is in the eye of the beholder. It is formed through a person’s experiences and viewpoints.
The Biblical/Christian Worldview origin is what the person believes that Jesus is God and the Holy Spirit is all in one. This to me starts in the book of Genesis. God created everything, heaven, grass, people, the Earth, and everything one it. In Genesis 1:2 discusses that “the spirit of God was hovering”. Right there makes me thing that the Spirit and God are one. Also in Mathew 28:19 it discusses that father, son, and the Holy Spirit being one.
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Another versus that caught my eye about our purpose is in the book of Romans 8:28. It is about “God works for that good of those who love him. These are the people God chose, because this was his plan”. With these versus they have helped me understand that everything happens for a reason and it may not be in our time.
Morality in the Bible. If the Bible isn’t the Christian’s source for morality, then the question needs to be asked, “What should be?” The Christian worldview is based on two opening axioms: 1) God exists, and 2) God speaks to us in the Bible. If these two assumptions aren’t the starting point in a Christian worldview, then we’re just like everybody else, trying to find neutrality in a sea of subjectivity. My favorite versus in that Bible about morality is in Luke 6:27-28 “But I say to you who hear, love your enemies, do good to those who hate you, bless those who curse you, pray for those who mistreat you”. Also Exodus 20:13 is one of the Ten Commandments. This is about no killing which is really moral. Our density is just as important as everything else. The Bible communicates that the eternal life God offers is available to the people that believe in him. Mark 9:23, and Jesus said to him, “‘If you can’! All things are possible for one who believes.” In the book of John 4:4 it is about little children is greater than he who is the world. God has our plan!!
I believe I use these things daily in my life. I treat people that way I would want to be treated. I speak to others the way I want to be spoken to. I do not really do any voting. I love the things that God created. They are all here for a reason for us to learn from. God did not create anything for us for nothing. I use my Faith in my career, I am a teacher. When things go wrong I as God is this my plan? I always seem to get a response back in different way. My last issue lead me straight here to Liberty University.
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