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Reflection Paper Bachelor of Science in Psychology (crisis Counseling) THEOLOGY 104 I thought I knew a lot about being a Christian that lives for Christ but this class has proven me wrong. Theology 104 has given me a greater understanding of what it means to be a true Christian and most importantly studying God’s word. I will be addressing two topics that I feel are essential to Christian living, and they are love and worship. Christianity is built on love and we are called to give God all that we are. Love Theological Definition: The bible indicates that love is from God. It actually stated that “God is Love” (1John 4:8); therefore his nature is love, and everything he does flows from his love. God’s love is considered to be…show more content…
160). We have to understand who God is, and what is expected of us in his word. Through the bible, we are able to know the truth and we can worship him in truth. Practical Application: Worship is powerful. I remember a few years ago lifting up my hands in worship during a church service; my mind was fixed on Him and I was not aware of my surroundings. My soul felt light and I felt at peace in my heart, after worshipping God. Worship can draw us closer to God. It centers us by directing our allegiance to God, by creating a connection with him. Worship from the soul is like electricity for our homes, and it empowers us. Conclusion: As a Christian I’ve felt and experienced the love of God. Who I am and where I am today is due to God’s amazing love. The last two years has being a challenge for me, due to numerous health issues; I am able to live each day with a smile on my face because I know that God loves me. When doubt and fear comes my way, all I have to do is give it to Jesus. And I feel strengthen when I worship God. Reference Zavada, J. What is Agape? Retrieved from http://christianity.about.com. New King James Version, Bible Gateway Website Achtemeie, P. J, Harper and Row Harper’s Bible Dictionary. San Francisco: 1985. Logos Bible Student: Latifatu, Adamu | Criteria | PointsPossible | PointsEarned | Instructor’s Comments | Content: Does the paper cover the subject as thoroughly as possible?
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