Theo 201 Final Essay

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The foundation to the Christian faith is the belief that God is actively involved with His creation. God has always been actively involved with His creation since the beginning of man’s first appearance on planet earth. God has used prophets and judges to express and communicate his message to His people who extended from the promise He made with Abraham. God saved his creation of humanity eternally from their sins when He sent His son Jesus as the messiah to earth. God has extended his doctrines of grace, love, mercy and forgiveness to all believers of His son and gospel. Jesus left behind the Holy Spirit as a guide to humanity to do the work of the Lord God. The doctrine of God will affect my vocation in ministry to the youth…show more content…
God used the faith David who was only a mere Sheppard boy, but had such great faith in His God of impossibilities to defeat the mighty giant warrior Philistine, Goliath. In the New Testament, God develop a relationship with Paul who went from being a persecution of Christians Saul to Paul a disciple of the Lord Jesus Christ, who preach the gospel in His name sake and increase the growth of God’s kingdom. God has always a solid foundational relationship with His creation since the very start of time, its humanity who lacks the faith in Him to carry out a relationship with their Father in heaven. God loved and care for His creation of humanity so much, that He sent Himself to earth in human form, Jesus Christ the messiah to save all people of all nations. God as Jesus develop human relationships with the people around Him, especially the twelve disciples who he sent out to proclaim the message of God’s kingdom. Jesus even spoke to the disciples about loving him more than they would ever love their wife or children before Him. God wanted to be your first love before anyone else in your life, he wanted a lasting deep relationship in your life, He wanted to actively involve with humanity. God loved humanity and wanted an eternal bond with His creation “that he gave his one and only Son, that whoever believes in him shall

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