My Worldview Can Best Be Described As An Overflow

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The Heart of Life My worldview can best be described as an overflow. In the end, it is what I believe about God that spills out of the goblet of my life, staining every facet of my existence. I am a Christian. I believe that God and His words are the ultimate measuring stick by which all other claims of truth are evaluated. God is the rock. He is unmovable and unshakeable. To Moses at Mount Horeb, God said, “I AM WHO I AM" (English Standard Version, Ex. 3:14 ), and those everlasting words still apply today. I believe in the Holy Trinity. While the concept is nearly impossible to understand, I fully acknowledge that there God is three in one: God the Father, God the Son, and God the Holy Spirit. (Matt. 3:16-17, 28:19) I believe that…show more content…
1:28) I think that, while we are not to end human life, it is well within our God given rights to kill animals for provision. The Lord also created families, and I align with His perspective on how they should be organized. Marriage to be between one man and one woman, always(Gen 2:24, Matt. 19:4-5). Husbands are to be the head of the households; they are to lead their families, and love their wives as Christ loved the church. Wives are also to love their husbands, submit to them, and help them. (Eph. 5:22-30Children, which are blessings from the Lord (Ps. 127:3), are to obey their parents (Eph 6:1). In our modern world, there is a lot of confusion about truth. The real truth of the matter is, that God authors reality and alone defines what is right and wrong. His statues of justice and truth are non negotiable; they are absolute. I believe that, as the Westminster Larger Catechism teaches, the "chief and highest end of man", is to "glorify God, and fully enjoy Him for ever." God made people to bring Him glory. I believe that, put briefly, we bring God glory by submitting to His lordship and character. This means that our purpose in life to worship God, obey His commands, and honor His name with everything that we are. (1 Chron. 16:28-29) I believe that sin on the other hand, is what Ravi Zacharias once called "a violation of purpose". Sin is the result of an indivduals choice to usurp God 's law making
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